Buy Akash vouchers for deals on Indian Meal With Sides For Two. A feast of Indian cuisine can begin with starters such as the mango-flavoured paneer shashlik (usually €5.95), tandoori chicken (€6.50) or vegetable samosas (€5.50). Moving on to mains, options include the clay-oven cooked chicken tikka: marinated chicken breast cubes in masala sauce and yoghurt, ans served on a bed of green pepper and onion in a sizzling hot dish (€15.50); paneer lajawab: fresh homemade cottage cheese sautéed with sliced red and green peppers, onions, cashew nuts and exotic herbs (€15.50); or puran lamb: a dry preparation of tender pieces of lamb with onions, star seed powder, lemon juice and a selection of spices (€15.95). Whatever the choice, mains will be accompanied by a choice of boiled rice or naan bread for each person. Established in 1995, Akash has benefited from a series of facelifts and adjustments to delivery curry lovers the best service and experience possible. Popular with the Dublin locals the restaurant interior features traditional Indian-inspired décor. The kitchen uses the freshest ingredients available to them. This includes meat sourced from HACCP-compliant Irish suppliers so diners can trace what they’re eating from farm to fork, and so that produce is natural with the exclusion of preservatives. Customers can also take advantage of a takeaway service if they’re looking for a cosy night in.