VEDA INDIAN RESTAURANT
Johnstown Road, Cabinteely Village, County Dublin t: +353 12024040 | e: firstname.lastname@example.org www.vedarestaurant.ie
Cabinteely is a quiet, suburban village on the south-eastern edge of Dublin city. Only thirty minutes from the centre, but a million miles from the bustling streets of the capital. Its quaint, tree-lined streets are dotted with eateries, but award-winning Veda Indian Restaurant is setting itself apart from the others with authentic Indian cuisine served in a contemporary style.
Owner Krishan Kant is himself a qualified chef with over twenty years of experience and is the inspiration behind many of Veda’s dishes. After testing and tasting, the ideas are then implemented by head chef Jagdish Singh and his highly trained team. The system seems to be a success, as this year Veda received a YesChef award and two other awards for best Indian and best family friendly restaurant.
“Since opening in 2013, says Krishan “we have not rested on our laurels and have upgraded the restaurant and modernised the décor so that it is always fresh and welcoming for our customers. “Most importantly we maintain a consistently high standard for the quality of dishes that we serve” Krishan adds. “Current menu favourites Methi Murgh and Awadhi Gosht are made with ingredients that are fresh and locally sourced and with our newly upgraded wine list we have something special to accompany every meal.”
“We are known for our warm welcome, excellent customer service and genuine Indian food.” Krishan says “We also work very hard to provide a fine dining experience with various choices for vegan and coeliac visitors. We are grateful to be rewarded with a loyal customer base that recommends us everywhere they go, keeping Veda current and vibrant.”
Our knowledge in Indian food and customer service led to opening an exciting new Indian Restaurant in Cabinteely Village .
Our menu perfectly combines the ancient traditions and authentic flavours of India and fuses it with a contemporary edge.The team of dedicated chefs combines tantalising tastes from a bold use of Indian flavours with delectable results,our menu comprises of many dishes from selected regions of India,the chefs prepare your food to help you appreciate some of the finest Indian dishes.
Our food aims to comfort as well as inspire and satisfy the palates of our diners.We look forward to welcoming you at Veda with a style and distinction that is embedded within the finest eastern traditions of hospitality.
Veda orginates from Sanskrit meaning knowledge...
The Launch of The Dublin Cookbook in aid of Temple Street
Krishan Kant and Jennifer Naughton of Veda Indian Restaurant Cabinteely pictured as Dublin’s chefs and restaurateurs gathered in House Lesson Street to celebrate the launch of The Dublin Cookbook, in aid of Temple Street Children’s Hospital featuring recipes from Dublin’s best loved chefs and restaurants. Including recipes from Rachel Allen, Patrick Guilbaud, Kevin Thornton, Derry Clarke and many, many more. The Dublin Cookbook is available in a number of outlets in Dublin including Fallon and Byrne, The Dylan Hotel, Brooks Hotel, The Butlers Pantry and many more. Picture Andres Poveda