What’s Happening at Monsoon – 2022

At Monsoon, we have chosen to start 2022 with a delicious “Mumbaiya Pav Bhaji” and with a wish for togetherness & love.

Mumbai is a city known for its exuberantly lit streets and distinctive roadside street food. What makes street food so special is that it works like glue binding everyone together, big or small all stop to cherish their favourite street snack. Pav Bhaji is one of these street foods that stays at the heart of the Mumbaiya experience. If you are new to Pav Bhaji, let us give you an overview:

Pav is the buttered, crispy bread roll and Bhaji is a melange of crushed vegetables cooked in butter and special Pav Bhaji Masala. A perfect dish if you are looking for something light, healthy yet satisfying. Surprise your loved ones with an amazing street-food experience.

Order now at www.monsoon.ie


Here at Monsoon, we are truly thankful and blessed to have had the privilege of serving authentic Indian taste in Ireland for more than 25 years, bringing original curries from all Indian regions. Our philosophy is to give you a full-fledged Indian experience in the heart of Ireland.

With this pursuit in mind recently, we have added new dishes with distinct flavours, so you can enjoy more vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. We sincerely hope that even with our dine-in closed, you can make wonderful memories with your loved ones that you can look back and smile.

For home delivery, check out www.monsoon.ie

Enjoy high-end dining in the cosiness of your home. Stop by at 4-5, The Hill Stillorgan for Takeaway


India loves cricket. Everyone knows how serious we are about the game since we can’t help it, many of us spend hours-on-end glued to television screens, making sure not to miss a single moment. Cricket matches in India are like grand feasts to the eyes and mind, creating a unique culture and food plays an important part in this cultural value. This led us naturally to sponsor local cricket in Dublin. It’s one of those things you do for love.

See these happy faces?

A game comes up and the entire staff wants to be in the cricket ground.


Let us guess. Are you nostalgic about a curry that is savoury and rich?

…..Bringing into the limelight “Paneer Methi Mali” from Punjab, it has a  delicious and decadent sauce, which has the sweetness of the cottage cheese and milk, delicately balanced in with the hint of sourness and spice of fenugreek leaves. An outstanding curry to have for dinner in the ease and comfort of your home.

To try Paneer Methi Mali, order at www.monsoon.ie

Grab a takeaway now. Monsoon is located at 4-5, The hill, Stillorgan

The aroma of crisp potato cubes sprinkled with freshly crushed cumin is pure bliss as the body reacts with an almost yearning hunger. Jeera Aloo is our all-time favourite. It is simple but full of zing; the soothing golden colour of crispy fried potatoes is a treat for the eyes. But what adds that tantalizing flavour is the magical ingredient called cumin, also known as Jeera. Cumin gives the potatoes a slightly sweet, warming taste with a nutty flavour.

Savour the Indian flavour in the warmth and comfort of your home. How about Jeera Aloo today,  in front of your fireplace?



Cricket is not just a game, it brings back the nostalgia of being together. It rewinds the hype, the raw emotion of sitting in front of the television, nervously watching your team chase the score. It is one thing that stays constant with us at every age. Cricket is a mood, a vibe that we share with our neighbours, schoolmates, family, friends and even colleagues.

Our team is big cricket enthusiast hence sponsoring Irish cricket came naturally. We have joined hands with the @ Irish civil service club, supporting our teams and enjoying every bit of their game.

Samosa, a crisp street starter is a quintessential Indian delicacy. In Mumbai, you can rarely find a corner without a samosa and chai (tea) stall. Each region has its own unique recipe for this beloved snack, but the most common is the samosa pastry filled with spiced mashed potatoes, sometimes flavoured with chopped onions and coriander served with delicious zingy tamarind chutney.

Our samosa recipe combines a little of everything. Our house-made pastry is filled with traditional potato filling, served over a bed of spiced chickpeas. We finish it with tangy tamarind and spicy mint chutneys, with a sprinkle of sev.

The success or failure of a company can depend a lot on how good the staff are. We feel so fortunate to have such a wonderful team, especially how well they believe in what we stand for. One of those incredible human beings is Monish.

He hails from the backwaters of Kerala in India, known for its serene atmosphere and mesmerising sights. He puts his love in everything from answering customers inquiries quickly to responding to complaints politely, relishing every experience and moment of life. No matter big or small, for him all that life gives is valuable.


Christmas Letter

We all at monsoon would like to wish you a Happy Holiday Season filled with happiness and a wonderful New Year. 

We are grateful for each of you for ordering our food to go, your support and understanding in these trying times is immensely valuable to us. We will be back in full operational service once the restrictions are relaxed. 

But in the meantime, we welcome you to avail of our takeaway and delivery services. We are open from 4 pm to 10:45, Monday to Sunday. The delivery service starts after 5 pm. We hope for your continued support, affection, and appreciation.

Happy Holidays!

Team Monsoon

Happy Onam

Starting today, we are celebrating the Onam Festival in full pomp and festivity. It’s the biggest festival in Kerala which is South of India, and celebrated with tremendous zeal by all Malayalees around the world.

We have rolled out the traditional flower carpet called ‘Pookalam’ which is a quintessential element of Onam and dressed up in traditional ‘Mundu’ (Men’s garment worn around the waist) and Saree (women’s garment) to welcome the mythical and righteous king: King Mahabali.

Best Indian dishes in 2021 Monsoon Stillorgan, Dublin

The best way to experience India is by exploring its food which is much more than your local Indian takeaway. Indian food carries the impression of geography, local custom, tradition, beliefs and religious ideology.  A curry can tell which part of India it comes from, why it is the way it is. 

Spice is a crucial part of Indian cooking. Spices can transform the simplest of food into a delicious gastronomic experience. From Goan chillies to cumin flavoured curries from Gujrat and Rajasthan, each spice when used in the right combination can create magic. 

So forget “Tikka Masala and Kormas” here is a list of “The 15 Best Indian curries from us to try in 2021”.

Butter Chicken

Butter Chicken is a tangy and spicy chicken curry that is decadent and full of flavour. It is a typical North Indian dish with roots in “Moti Mahal restaurant ” (Daryaganj, Delhi). But there are many stories as many have claimed to have created this landmark dish. We at Monsoon try to recreate those same ago old flavours with commitment so when you order Butter Chicken from us, you could enjoy the tradition and passion that has made this dish the Iconic dish of India.

Mango Prawn

Our Mango Prawn Curry is a long-established dish from Kerala, “it has the delicious flavour of ripe mangoes and prawns cooked in creamy coconut Velouté – the mangoes are the highlight of this dish as they add such a distinctive and tangy flavour to it. This dish will add a little sunshine to your day, no matter what the time of year.

Idli With Sambar

Idli and Sambar are the combinations meant for each other. A well-known delicacy served on South-Indian breakfast tables as families unite; it has its origins embedded in Indonesian cuisine too. The word Idli is derived from the Indonesian ‘Kidli’ for similar steamed cakes. Given the links between south Asian traders and rulers, the recipe has now become a permanent part of traditional south-Indian cuisine.

Idli, the soft steamed rice cakes are served with our special, house-made sambar. Sambar is a curry made with fresh lentils and fresh vegetables; a handful of aromatic spices and herbs makes this lentil-veggie curry extra savoury. Adding more bounty to this south-Indian pleasure is our enticing coconut chutney.

Goan Meatball Curry

One of our treasured memories in India is the moreish taste of the famous Goan Sauce. Goan cuisine belongs to the picturesque south-western Indian coastal state of Goa. Goa is known for its romantic views of the endless expanse of the Arabian Sea, its crystal-clear beaches, beautiful villages that dot the landscape, glorious sunsets and its delicious Goan food.

Our Goan Meat Ball curry bears the character of this lovely place, it’s full of wonderful spiced flavour, in a creamy coconut sauce with a slight tang from the Vinegar.


South Indian cuisine has so much variety when it comes to pancakes. One of them is the ultra-famous, also a loved-street food bread called ‘Dosa’. These are incredibly smooth; crepe-like bread made with fermented lentil and rice batter and served with tasty Sambar curries, coconut chutneys, and Indian pickles. 

In traditional south Indian cuisine, dosa has been one of the oldest recipes and has been a common part of the south Indian diet for centuries. According to historians, dosa was consumed even in the ancient Tamil country around the 1st century AD. Originally the Tamil word known as the Dosai or Thosai, it was Anglicized to ‘Dosa’ by British Invaders. Today, it keeps its place as the most popular crepes, making it one of the highly sought-after Indian delicacies around the world. Served in various forms, it has evolved to gigantic sizes and is now commonly fused with European and Chinese dishes. 

Malai Kofta

Delicious Koftas dunked in an aromatic and savoury curry. The Malai koftas are prepared with mashed potatoes, cottage cheese, chopped cashew nuts and golden raisins mixed in tons of fragrant spice, then shaped into balls and fried in hot oil. These are served with our flavorful veg curry prepared with utmost love and selected ingredients to amplify the kofta experience!


A Delicious and healthy Keralan dish made from shredded or finely chopped vegetables which are stir-fried with grated coconut.  Vegan beloved, ‘Veg Thoran’ a true substitute for deliciousness! It combines the most flavorful and fresh ingredients like beans, chopped carrots and cabbage, sauteed in the fragrant and spicy coconut mix and aromatic curry leaves.

Nilgiri Chicken

Nilgiri, which means the ‘blue mountain’ is a charming mountain range in western Ghats of south India. Inspired by the soul of the breathtaking beauty of the Nilgiri mountains, we present to you ‘Nilgiri Chicken’.

This delicious dish has morsels of chicken stewed in a thick home-made green pesto infused with coconut milk and aromatic spices, creating a luscious gravy that symbolises the beauty and spice of the highlands of south India.

Vegan Vegetable Korma

Veg Korma is every vegan’s dream dish. This savoury and colourful curry has a rich and creamy sauce, prepared with tempered spices and freshly chopped veggies. In south India, Veg korma is a staple curry, cherished on family tables usually served on a thali with other south-Indian components. The best thing about veg korma is that it’s a wholesome and comforting dish even for a meat lover.

Chilli Chicken

You will find the best chilli chicken at small street-side restaurants all over India.

This indo-Chinese dish is batter-fried crisp chicken, sauteed with caramelised bell peppers, soy, spring onions, lots of ginger, garlic and seasoning.

The most popular version of Chilli Chicken is the dry one, but few prefer it with some gravy. If you love Indian and Chinese food, you cannot miss this absolute favourite Chilli Chicken., 

Keema Matar

Keema Matar is a semi-dry dish of minced lamb (Keema) cooked with petits pois and garam masala.

Keema is a versatile dish it’s eaten as a starter, main or snack. In India, it’s often used as the main ingredient to many dishes, sometimes as an ingenuous stuffings in paranthas (Indian flatbread) to famous kebabs sold as a street dish and cooked on Tawa (a large iron griddle) with well distinguishable taka-tak sound.

Pav Bhaji

Nothing can be more irresistible and popular in Indian cuisine than Pav Bhaji. It belongs to the western state of Maharashtra and is typically called the king of street foods.

The Pav is our house-made Indian bread that is lightly tossed with butter. Bhaji is the curry made with tempered vegetables and an array of spices and herbs, all mashed and tempered together to create a heavenly mix. You can’t miss this excellent street food that will take you back to India with just one bite!

Chole Bhature

The Indian Subcontinent, a place where street food snacks are a semblance of its diverse culture and sustenance, has produced some of the landmark dishes, Chole Bhature is one of them, it is a north-Indian delicacy; culinary emblems for local families have always been the favourites for breakfast. 

Bhature is puffy fried bread made with flour and Semolina. A thin layer of oval-shaped bread is thrown in a gigantic wok of hot oil that instantly inflates, turning into crispy, flatbread. ‘Chole’ is a word used for ‘chickpeas’ but these are the spicy and savoury versions created with Chana Masala. These two are commonly served with pickled onions or mango pickles and fresh yoghurt or Lassi (Yogurt-Drink).

Pollachi Meen

Pollachi Meen or Pan-seared Sea bream which is cooked in juice galore onion tomato gravy which with tempered with curry leaves and mustard seeds, this is served with delicious tomato rice

 This three-combo dish is not just full of nutrients but contains extraordinarily exotic flavours that will take you back to our Indian beaches and coastal areas where delicacies like these are often served. It is a complete Indian meal full of colours, textures and flavours you would not be able to find around Ireland!

Tarka Broccoli

“Tarka Broccoli” is our take on creating a light and healthy dish packing multiple vitamins, minerals and fiber.

Heart-healthy florets of broccoli are blanched in salted boiling water and then sautéed in rapeseed oil with black seeds, chopped garlic, onions along with asparagus, fresh spinach, cherry tomatoes and seasoning.

The taste of Tarka broccoli is simply divine.

At Monsoon, we work tirelessly to choose the right ingredients that are cooked fresh with our authentic recipes. From starters to curries, our meals crafted with love and served with care contribute to an experience you will never forget.

These dishes will be served as specials throughout this year, we post about our specials every week on all social platforms, please follow us to get the latest updates on our special this year.

If you can’t come to us, we can come to you with delicious Monsoon Food 😀

 01 2884262
4/ 5 The Hill, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin, Ireland.


As we navigate COVID-19, Monsoon is committed to keeping our employees, customers and communities healthy. So when you can dine with us, you can do so with confidence. 

We want your experience at Monsoon to be as safe and enjoyable as possible, that’s why Monsoon’s dine-in will open with most up to date regulations and to do so we have formulated strict COVID-19 policy based on the best government advice.

Whilst we welcome walk-ins always, we encourage guests to book in advance to avoid disappointment as we are operating under reduced capacity. 

Upon your Arrival:

  • Hand sanitation station has been set up at the entrance. 
  • Guest contact information will be requested and retained for a limited period in line with public health advisory for contact tracing.

Social Distancing & Service:

  • Monsoon’s dine-in area is adapted to ensure adequate social distancing between tables. 
  • Order and pay at the table technology are available to minimise contact with physical menus and staff.
  • The service style has also modified in line with the best public health advise

Hygiene and Cleaning:

  • Covid 19 cleaning checklist has been introduced which will record the frequency of cleaning and check-ups on all high touch contact/touch surfaces.
  • All cleaning products used are manufacturer-approved for use against viruses, bacteria and similar risks.
  • Tables and Menus will be fully sanitised after use.


  • Full training is given to all employees returning to work on face covering, hand hygiene, PPE usage, cleaning regimes, and employee / guest health.
  • Face masks have been made available to all employees in line with public health advice, and hygiene stations are readily available at all service points and back of house.
  • Prescreening of employees is conducted everyday on arrival at shifts.

Although we had temporarily closed our dine-in due to the restrictions, our takeaway and delivery services were operating normally and will remain operational unless otherwise directed by the Government.

We hope you will keep ordering with us and support your local business. You can order through our online platform Order Online and via our App Monsoon to go.

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Thank you and be Well,

Arun and Alok
Team Monsoon

Experience Monsoon’ Best Indian

There is much more to an enjoyable meal than good food. The taste of a meal is enhanced by sights, smells, and great company. That is why at Monsoon we don’t just serve food, we serve an experience. While fresh flowers provide a delicate and fragrant backdrop, the soft glow from our nostalgic lanterns adds to the cheer of the evening to keep the environment tranquil and cosy for your visit.

Spend time with loved ones at Monsoon Stillorgan and enjoy our unique menu, chic ambience and unforgettable hospitality.
Why order from us?

Indian food is rooted in rich subcontinental culture. We are proud to serve not just food, but centuries of culinary expertise and love of our
homeland. Our food is prepared with freshest ingredients and spices, giving utmost attention to detail to provide you with the best Indian food possible.

Try our latest curries, specially made with care, to fulfill your Indian food cravings. More constantly are being added to our takeaway menu.

Also, have you tried our marvelous deserts?
Check out our latest menu to fetch yourself your favorite sweet-tooth!

If you can’t come to us, we can come to you with delicious Monsoon Food
 01 2884262
4- 5 The Hill, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin, Ireland.

Diwali at Monsoon

This Diwali are you feeling homesick? We feel it too.
Chef Raju hasn’t seen his family for a year because of Covid.
We know you are also going through the same. This pandemic has somehow affected every relation.

This is the time when we feel whether it was really worth leaving the celebration, hustle, fun, frolic back home and settle here instead. The Diwali holidays, crackers lightning can not be replaced but, we can definitely replace that joy of Indian Sweets for our lovely customers. Order food from monsoon and get your Diwali goodies.

Diwali will always remain the biggest festival for us our root, our existence nothing replaces hold on with one another and enjoy every moment of this time.

This Diwali we would like to gift our loving customers a bunch of Moong Dal Pinnis and Gulab Jamun, a little effort to make this festival of lights more joyful.

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At Monsoon, we work tirelessly to choose the right ingredients that are cooked fresh with our authentic recipes. From starters to curries, our meals crafted with love and served with care contribute to an experience you will never forget..


At Monsoon, we have something special for everyone! If you are a veggie lover or exploring options for vegan delicacies, why not try some of the tastiest vegan dishes from our menu?

Stay tuned to the feed, we are coming up with another rare to find vegan classic straight from South India!

Get the best of Indian food experience curated with aromatic spices and fresh ingredients. At Monsoon, we work tirelessly to choose the right ingredients that are cooked fresh with our authentic recipes. From starters to curries, our meals crafted with love and served with care contribute to an experience you will never forget!

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Have you tried this flavorsome snack?

Have you tried this flavorsome snack?
This is Pakora Bhaji, a crispy and saucy starter made from gram flour mixed with spices and chopped veggies. These fritters are deep fried and served with our secret snack chutneys.
Fond of Indian Snacks?
Why not also try Onion Bhaji, Samosas and Samosa chat, Chicken 65 and more!
 Dine-In is open for reservations.
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Why Choose Us?
Alok and Arun, both come from farming families, and really appreciate the value of fresh ingredients which are locally sourced. At Monsoon, they try very hard to recreate the experience they had growing up.
Monsoon has been serving its customers for over 25 years and has always treated them like a family.
Our passion to provide honest and reliable services to our customers increases every day because of the love and appreciation we receive in return.

If you can’t come to us, we can come to you with delicious Monsoon Food  01 2884262
4- 5 The Hill, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin, Ireland.