Sushi & Noodles in Cork city centre

Traditional and Dashi style sushi, noodles/rice dishes, ramen.

  • Exterior of Dashi Deli, Cook Street, Cork
  • Chicken Ramen at Dashi Deli, Cork
  • Dashi Deli

Dashi Deli

A life long obsession and interest in good food has led us to explore as many different types of foods, in many of the countries our chefs have traveled to. Sushi proves to be one of our passions. The freshness of the food, the beauty in presentation, the overall health qualities, makes for a wonderful product.
The Pan Asian foods we cook everyday on our premises, are inspired by our cultural heritage and the rich history of colonial Holland. A selection of our finest curries and grilled meats, proves to be a firm favorite among our customers. We strive everyday to surprise and create the very best for our customers.

  • Specialities
    • Lunch
    • Coffee
    • Dinner
    • Drinks
    • Gluten-free friendly
    • Vegan friendly
  • Services
    • Takes Bookings
    • Walk-ins welcome
    • Good for groups or parties
    • Good for children
    • Takeaway
  • Hours
    • Mon 13:00 – 19:00
    • Tue 12:00 – 19:00
    • Wed 12:00 – 20:00
    • Thu 12:00 – 21:00
    • Fri 12:00 – 21:00
    • Sat 13:00 – 21:00
    • Sun Closed
    • Closed on Mondays Bank Holidays
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Sites we like

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A site by Cork City Libraries on the history, genealogy and culture of Cork.

Discover Ireland - Cork

Failte Ireland tourist information site

Cork Billy

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