3 Leaves, Blackrock Indian Cuisine

3Leaves, Blackrock/ +353 87 769 1361 / santosh@3leaves.ie

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3 Leaves is a unique Indian casual dining room, situated in the heart of Blackrock Market in south county Dublin. This friendly restaurant is run by passionate husband and wife team Chef Santosh and Milie. The name 3 Leaves originated from the three herbs commonly used in Indian cuisine – Mint, Coriander and Curry Leaves.
We serve exciting and mouth-watering Indian Street Food and regional curries using seasonal ingredients, from different states of the vast and incredible India. Our menu changes frequently and feature a taster menu where you can experience most of Chef Santosh’s distinctive curries.

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Santosh Thomas, Head Chef.

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Lunch Service (No Bookings Required)

Wed & Fri: 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Sat: 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Sun: 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Dinner Service (Booking Essential)

Thu: 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm
(2 seating: first one at 06:30 pm and the second one at 8:30 pm)

Sat: 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Important:
We add bookings strictly only made by email and phone. If you get through to voicemail, please don’t hang up. Leave us a message and we will contact you as soon as we can. Every call, text, and email will receive a return call acknowledging your booking. Until you have received a call confirmation from us, please do not assume that the booking has been secured. In order not to disappoint, we operate a reconfirmation and cancellation policy for all reservations. We will attempt to reconfirm all bookings 3 to 4 days prior to reservation date. So if we are unable to reach you, we ask that you call or email us to confirm. Without such confirmation from you, we unfortunately may have to cancel the booking.

If you have any dietary or allergy restrictions of any kind, please check our menu or talk to one of our staff members.
So that we may meet our own standards in food & service, we allot our dining room service into two. Our first guests are welcomed join us at 6:30pm, while the second group of guests to join us at 8:30pm to. Our dinner service typically resides over a one & a half hour period. Its Bring your own drink service.

Due to the limitations in the size of our kitchen & the kind of the food we prepare, we kindly ask if you could be on time for your reservation so as no one guest is left waiting to dine with us.

Cancellation:
We require at least 48 hours notice for cancellations

Our chef Santosh Thomas was crowned the Best Chef for Indian Cuisine in Dublin by the Irish Curry Awards. The Irish Curry Awards, in association with Cobra Beer, UTIS Holdings and BJ Productions, took place this year at the Crowne Plaza, Shaw’s Bridge, on Tuesday 24 October 2017, and celebrated the best restaurants and curries on the island of Ireland, for a second year.
An estimated 700 curry houses operate successfully between Ballyferriter in Kerry and Ballycastle in Antrim. These awards were created by Belfast-based restaurateur Askir Ali to recognise the contribution made to Ireland’s food scene by hundreds of Indian, Bangladeshi, Pakistani and other Asian chefs, restaurant workers and managers.

3 Leaves among the Top 50

The Independent, Ireland lists the best world restaurants in Ireland. 3 Leaves is among them. Yaay!!!!
Read about it.
50 of the best world restaurants in Ireland

Lovin Dublin Says

Here is a link to an article published on Lovin Dublin.Thank you, Kate. We look forward to your next visit.
Check out what Kate Demolder, writer at Lovin Dublin has to say about us-
Lovin Dublin Article by Kate Demolder.

Stephanie Hastings on 3 Leaves

We are delighted to share what Stephanie Hastings (blogger) feels about us.
Thank you, Stephanie. We appreciate you.
visit her blog at https://realpeoplerealfood.blog
Stephanie Hastings - experience at 3 Leaves

Lucinda's Top 20 Street Food Stop Offs

Santosh Thomas’ delightful 3 Leaves Indian street food venue at Dublin’s Blackrock Market is proving a real hit. Think spicy balchaoo calamari, vegetable or lamb momos, samosa chaat or maybe some protein and vitamin rich sprouted mung dhal chaat.
Lucinda's Top 20 Street Food Stop Offs

Irish Times Featured Article

Humbled by this great review by Catherine Cleary.
Check out this article: Can’t get in to Heron & Grey? Try this great Indian next door –
Read at Irish Times

A blog by Joanne Cronin

Here is a review by blogger Joanne Cronin. Thank you, Joanne. We look forward to your next visit.
A blog by Joanne Cronin.

Ernie Whalley on 3 Leaves

A write up on Sunday Times Ernie Whalley (@forkncork).
Thank you, Ernie. We appreciate you.
Katy Mcguinness - Write up in irish independent by

Katy Mcguinness on 3 Leaves

A link to the write up in irish independent. See what Katy Mcguinness has to say about us.
Lucinda's Top 20 Street Food Stop Offs

Restaurant Review by Lucinda O Sullivan

Here is a review by Lucinda O Sullivan. Thank you, Lucinda, we appreciate you.
Lucinda O Sullivan - Restaurant Review

thetaste.ie - An Interview

Here is a link to an interview published on the thetaste.ie
thetaste.ie - An Interview