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You only need to use one adjective to describe the cooking you will discover in Ranelagh’s Nightmarket, and here it is: fantastic. How is your grilled mackerel with nam jim? Fantastic. What about your minced pork and prawn dumplings? Fantastic. How are you enjoying the rib-eye with Thai eggplant and lemongrass? Fantastic. In Nightmarket, Conor Mee and chef Jutarat Suwankeree – known at everyone as ‘R’ – give us the real Thai thing, dishes that animate every sense, dishes that enjoy sensuality and visceral power, but which are finely balanced and harmonious. Nightmarket delivers some of the most exciting ethnic cooking that you can enjoy in Dublin, and the sense of fun in the room, and the fantastic service and drinks, makes for a joyous, revelatory – and fantastic – food experience.

Jutarat Suwankeeree and Conor Sexton
120 Ranelagh, Dublin 6, D06 VF76
+353 1 5385200

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