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Food / April 28, 2021

Daata are opening their first Dublin restaurant

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Food / April 28, 2021

Daata are opening their first Dublin restaurant

By Emily Mullen

The award-winning spot are expanding

Daata are opening their first Dublin restaurant, after firmly embedding themselves across the border in Wicklow for several years. Announcing the news in typical coy style, representatives from Daata wrote that the “signs up so, delighted to say our third restaurant will open soon in Glasthule”.

This will be the purveyors of Indian and Pakistani cuisine’s third restaurant, this time choosing it just over the Dublin border in the seaside suburb of Glasthule.

The spot in Glasthule will be “open soon” for takeaway and “when restrictions allow #eatin for lunch & dinner.”

Sharing an image of the premises, with the Daata sign overhead, the team over at Daata admitted that they “are ridiculously excited” for the opening.

Their other restaurants on Bray’s Strand Road and Greystone’s Hillside Road have received a raft of awards through the year, most recently receiving Just Eat’s Best Vegetarian Takeaway award in 2020.

Follow Daata on Instagram for updates on their opening.

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