Neon opened its doors on Camden Street in February of 2012.
Our main goal at the beginning was quite simple really – to offer our customers good quality food at good prices!
Our skilled team of Thai chefs use the freshest ingredients, making sure that our customers enjoy authentic Asian street food whenever they come to dine at Neon.
The ethos of the restaurant is quite relaxed and informal, which works for us – good food with no fuss. In fact, we believe in that so much that we even let our customers make their own dessert! The free ice cream cone policy has gone down a treat since it was introduced and is definitely something we have become known for.
A year after we opened and after many requests, we decided to offer a delivery service. We now deliver to Dublin 2, 4, 6 and 8, so you can now enjoy Neon in the comfort of your own home.
All of our dishes are made to order so we can cater for most of our customer dietary needs, we also offer a great selection of wines and Irish craft beers, personally selected with our customers in mind.
We feel very at home now on Camden Street, but we are always listening to our customers and changing or introducing new things to the menu and restaurant regularly. Our goal now, is to provide a little bit of Neon for everybody in their life
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Eat and Drink
• B?B?s – Dublin (0.0 miles) – Delicious gourmet burger restaurants. Serves a wide variety of tasty burgers (beef, chicken, fish and vegetarian) sides and desserts. Also serves a great breakfast. Burgers ?7-10, sides ?4-5.
• Against the Grain – Dublin (0.0 miles) – Owned by a Galway-based brewery, offers a wide variety of Irish micro-brews and world beers. Does not serve generic commercial beers on tap. A vibrant pub with an eclectic clientele. No TV (a blessing or a curse depending on your point of view), soft music, boardgames, great beer, great food.
• Surma – Dublin (0.2 miles) – Excellent Indian restaurant.
• The Odeon – Dublin (0.3 miles) – This attractive bar at the top of Harcourt St is housed in a converted railway station; the new tram system has a stop directly outside.
• Govinda’s – Dublin (0.3 miles) – Krishna run vegetarian restaurant. The Govindas special (only order large if you’re very hungry) is a taste of nearly everything from the hot counter. There is another restaurant in ”Middle Abbey St”, just off O’Connell St.