If your in the Connolly Station area and stuck for somewhere for a quick meal then Thai spice is worth a visit. If you cross over the road from the station and into Talbot Street it is the first turn on the left. From an overherad conversation it is run by a Thai family and the food certtainly seems authentic though I am not a conoisseur. The place is clean and neat and the service very quick and acceptable. It is fully licenced and the house red is a Montepulciano d’ abruzzo. At €3.90 for a largish glass that is value for money in Dublin. I had the Pad Khing, a stir fry of pork, onions, black funghi, scallions and chilli, plus the ubiquitious carrots, and fried rice. Really was very tasty. There were two Thai locals at another table who ordered the day’s special (€8.95) . It looked very palatable and there was plent of it. They obviously tone down the spicy heat for the general public as these boys called for the dips tray and emptied two bowls of the chilli.
Would certainly call again if stuck for an hour waiting for the Enterprise.