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Koh Restaurant & Bar

This week our head chef G shares with you a recipe for Thai Basil Chicken or Pad Kraproa Gai. It is a fast minced chicken stir-fry in rich, spicy brown sauce with Thai holy basil. 👨‍🍳 Find the recipe on:: facebook.com/KOHRestaurant/ instagram.com/koh.restaurant/ #KOHdublin #thairestaurant pic.twitter.com/snBBSit0nY

Koh Restaurant & Bar

Sticky Rice & Mango or ข้าวเหนียวมะม่วง 😁🤤 is a traditional Thai dessert made with glutinous rice, fresh mango and coconut milk, and eaten with a spoon or sometimes the hands. Although originating in Thailand, it is consumed throughout Southeast Asia. ⁠ #KOHdublin #thaifood pic.twitter.com/ByRChcTvtn


Koh Wins Best Cocktail Bar 2019

We were delighted to win the Award for Best Cocktail Bar 2019 at the Good Eating Guide Awards that took place in the Conrad Hotel on Monday 29th April 2019. It’s the third year in a row we have won this Award and our fourth in total – we also won it in 2015. To… read more ...


Koh Wins Best Cocktail Bar 2018

We are proud to announce that Koh has recently won the Best Cocktail Bar 2018 Award from the Good Eating Guide – our third time in 4 years to win this Award! Well done to all our team and many thanks to the Good Eating Guide for a great awards night. The award  presentations were… read more ...


Great review of Koh from Thetaste.ie!

We were delighted to receive such a great review from Thetaste.ie recently and we couldn’t agree more with them more!! The Feast from the East – Koh Restaurant Dublin Review   read more ...


 

Latest Tweets


Koh Restaurant & Bar

This week our head chef G shares with you a recipe for Thai Basil Chicken or Pad Kraproa Gai. It is a fast minced chicken stir-fry in rich, spicy brown sauce with Thai holy basil. 👨‍🍳 Find the recipe on:: facebook.com/KOHRestaurant/ instagram.com/koh.restaurant/ #KOHdublin #thairestaurant pic.twitter.com/snBBSit0nY

Koh Restaurant & Bar

Sticky Rice & Mango or ข้าวเหนียวมะม่วง 😁🤤 is a traditional Thai dessert made with glutinous rice, fresh mango and coconut milk, and eaten with a spoon or sometimes the hands. Although originating in Thailand, it is consumed throughout Southeast Asia. ⁠ #KOHdublin #thaifood pic.twitter.com/ByRChcTvtn