Hand Crafted Rice & Noodle Bowls

OUR FLAVOURS
Farm to Bowl !

At Bowls, we only get the good stuff, that means searching for the freshest and the best foods from Farm to Bowl as much as we can in Ireland and Asia

Sourcing and constantly Working with our Partners to ensure the ingredients are up to standard and the quality we have pride ourselves on from Irish Grass Fed Beef to Chinese Cabbage Harvested from North Dublin 

 

 

  

ENJOY

Flavour

OUR PLACE
Asian Inspired & Crafted with Love ! 

Inspired from the streets of Hong Kong to Dublin, taste our take on AsiaFlavours one Bowl at a time. each Bowl has been inspired and thoughtfully crafted to represent the unique and diverse flavours of the Southeast of Asia

ENJOY OUR RETAIL BRAND OF SPICES | SAUCES | CONDIMENTS |

 Our Irish Producers  

Farmed Chicken : Eamonn Coyle, Carrickroe, Co.Monaghan

Irish Grass Fed Beef: Certified Angus, Ashbourne Meats

Irish Pork Necks : FX Buckley, Co.Dublin.

 Fresh Asain Vegetables: Mc Cormack Family Farm

& Christopher Keane, Millview Farm, Co.Dublin

Farm Hen Eggs: Anna Litten, Co.Monaghan

Velvet Cloud, Irish Sheeps Yogurt: Aisling Flanagan, Co.Mayo

CHINESE   

Pickles & FERMENTED VEGETABLES  

CAFE & SNACKS 
All day Menu

Sit and enjoy while we pour 3FE Coffee with freshly Morning baked Portuguese Egg Tarts (Pasteis de Nata) daily at 30min intervals to ensure you get the freshest! Chinese Savoury Doughnut (Youtiao) for its popularity in Hong Kong served with a bowl of breakfast Congee (Rice Porridge) or try our small snack sides menu from Pot Sticker Dumplings to something Sweet of Black Sesame rice Dumplings (Tong Yuan) served with Ginger & Rock sugar syrup, Tempura of Broccoli with Ginger Black Chinese Vinegar   

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Lucinda O'Sullivan

Food Critic Sunday Independent

Take yourself in tomorrow to bowls by kwanghi for delicious dim sum and Portuguese style custard tarts. green luas stops outside the door

Mc Kenna Guides

Authors Of #Irelandthebest 

Sunday Times #100 best

Portuguese Custard Tart by way of Macau is even better than you can imagine.  And thats before the pot stickers and the big green egg roasted aubergines!

Katy McGuinness 

Restaurant Critic, Irish independent 

Food Writer, The Irish Times 

Kwanghi chan  opened bowls by kwanghi on Marlbroough Street in Dublin 1 and early reports are of great food, reasonably priced. kwanghi is a familiar face from the telly and is  the man behind the Chan Chan range of Asian condiments

ADDRESS

56 MARLBOROUGH ST, ROTUNDA, DUBLIN 1, IRELAND, D01X923  |   

CONTACT

info@bowls.ie

No Reservations  

Walk-in’s Only 

HOURS

Mon-Thurs 8am-9.30pm

Fri-Sat      9am- 10pm

 

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