Neon - Dublin
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As bright and lively as its name - Neon serves up fantastically fresh Asian 'street food' (mostly Thai, with a bit of Vietnamese thrown in for good measure).
The grub is tasty and ready quickly, portions are large but the bill won't be. Neon's friendly, buzzy dining room is simply decorated and immaculate - the shared seating makes it easy to get to know your neighbour.
After some delicious fare which may just leave your tongue a bit tingly, the grand finale is soothing ice cream for dessert - and it's on the house. Having been given a cone and license to serve yourself, don't be too greedy now...
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