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Camile Thai launch new Indian brand, Thindi with four new locations


Thindi combines rich spices with the very best slow-cooked quality sourced meats, fish and vegetables, their award-winning menu celebrates the culinary diversity of India with a host of perennial favourites from Punjabi Samosas to creamy Masalas, all made to order by a team of experienced Indian chefs whose culinary repertoire extends from Mumbai to Dublin.

This new addition to the Irish restaurant scene has recently opened its doors in Shankill under serial Camile franchisee Paul Abraham. The feel-good Indian is also available for collection, takeaway or delivery to customers in Phibsborough, Clarehall and Sligo Town, creating 60 jobs in the local areas.

Commenting on the announcement, Brody Sweeney said: “We really wanted to make this centuries-old cuisine accessible to the next generation, leaning into the joy and indulgence of traditional Indian flavours. As we continue to see growth right across the Camile Thai network, both locally and indeed in the UK, we have a greater understanding of our customers, the locations that work and the technology to manage orders and deliveries directly through the new Thindi app.

“Our experienced team of Indian food alchemists are delivering an inclusive menu that will introduce diners to a wide variety of regional flavours, while celebrating locally sourced quality ingredients, with sustainability at the heart of everything we do.”

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