Camile Thai

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Brody Sweeney at Camile on Pearse Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Restaurant chain Camile has written to its landlords saying it will halt the next rent payments on its 31 outlets here and in the UK to safeguard the (...)

Out for a walk on a bright spring morning on Shankill Beach in south Co Dublin. Photograph: Laura Hutton

What’s so good about it? Much like its neighbours Killiney and Bray, the south Co Dublin coastal suburb of Shankill was developed in the 19th century(...)

No 89 Phibsborough Road: three ground-floor retail/professional services units and four residential units overhead.

A mixed-use investment on a prominent Phibsborough corner in Dublin 7 is on the market for €675,000 through Knight Frank, which would reflect a net in(...)

Dublin Chamber chief executive Mary Rose Burke and Crowe Horwath managing partner Naoise Cosgrove at an event to mark the launch of the Pinnacle programme. Photograph: Shane O’Neill

Business advisory firm Crowe Horwath has partnered with Dublin Chamber on a new scheme designed to help small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) sca(...)

Camile Thai is to take on 100 people as it opens three new branches in Ireland

More than 350 jobs are to be created across Ireland with food chain Camile Thai and retailer Harvey Norman both announcing the opening of new branches(...)

April fool’s day has rolled around for another year, bringing with it the usual super-funny-ha-didn’t-mean-it announcements from brands

April fool’s day has rolled around again, bringing with it the usual super-funny-ha-didn’t-mean-it “pranks”. Here are some of the fools of April 2015:(...)

Ricardo, Marion and Antonio Cavaliere of Rinuccinii restaurant in Kilkenny, which is celebrating 25 years in business this year Riccardo, Marion and Antonio Cavaliere

Twenty-five years of Italian food in Kilkenny Antonio and Marion Cavaliere celebrate 25 years in business at Rinuccini, their Italian restaurant in(...)

Just Eat’s acqusition of Irish rival has not been universally welcomed

Online takeaway service Just Eat has acquired its main Irish rival for an undisclosed sum. The deal has angered a number of independent res(...)