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Camile Thai – Free Yoga Classes Online

Click here to visit our Facebook page – live yoga classes on weekdays at 7:15PM!

 

Or, take a previous class:

March 31, 2020 Yoga Session #10

March 30, 2020 Yoga Session #9

March 27, 2020 Yoga Session #8

March 26, 2020 Yoga Session #7

March 25, 2020 Yoga Session #6

March 24, 2020 Yoga Session #5

March 23, 2020 Yoga Session #3

March 19, 2020 Yoga Session #2 

March 17, 2020 Yoga Session #1


Camile Thai is hosting Free Virtual Dinner Parties! Here’s how to enter.

Who misses catching up over a nice meal? No matter who you’re missing these days, we can help bring you together. We’re arranging free weekly dinner parties over video chat – tell us your story + sign up for the chance to win!


We’re staying open for food deliveries, and hiring. Here’s why. 

There has been a lot of discussion in the last few days about what qualifies as an essential service. We’ve been listening to it all. We’ve seen shop after shop close in the name of public health, and have naturally been wondering where we fit in. 

 

We’ve been inundated with messages asking for help delivering food to hospitals and front line service workers. We’ve donated 1,000+ meals already. If we could do this forever, we would, however we’ll be moving to a generous discount as well as continuing partnership with our friends @FeedTheHeroes. Being able to feed people who work around the clock a healthy from-scratch dinner instead of a frozen convenience meal feels like an essential service to us.

These messages haven’t just come from people on the front lines. We’ve heard from people at home with pre-existing conditions thanking us for staying open, because it’s not feasible for them to cook every meal at home.

 

All the same, our staff is our number one priority.  Team members who don’t feel comfortable working right now don’t  have to do so, and we encourage them to make the best decision for themselves.  That said, demand for our food delivery is high, and we want to keep serving people, whether after a day working from home, entertaining the kids or running services on the frontline. For all these reasons, we want to keep our locations open, ensuring peoples’ jobs both during and after the crisis. 

 

 

We are now hiring for drivers, counter staff, and wok chefs to help with food deliveries. We continue to execute updated safety measures and a rigid protocol for sanitation, as keeping everyone healthy is our main concern. No direct contact with customers is required. If you’d like to do your part and join our team, please visit camile.ie/careers for more information or to apply.


Camile’s Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates

UPDATED MARCH 26:

We will be switching to a delivery-only service across all of our restaurants for the duration of the COVID-19 crisis. No collection, takeaway or dine in services will be available.

 

UPDATED MARCH 18:

We have created a live document so you can keep up to date with your local Camile branch’s procedures during COVID-19.

See changes to your local branch here: Click to view sheet

UPDATED MARCH 17:

We have updated our measures for Camile Dine In and Collection Services.

 

DELIVERY: Our delivery service is operating fully, we want to continue to offer our at home food service to the community and will continue to do so, whilst maintaining stringent safety procedure. “No Contact Delivery” is available by writing this in your delivery notes, or mentioning it on your phone order. Please pay with card where possible.

 

COLLECTION: Our branches are now operating as a collection and takeaway service. If you would like your food delivered to your car, please call the shop when you arrive.

 

We appreciate your support during this time and we’re doing everything in our power to keep you safe.

MARCH 13:

We’re bringing in new measures to make our deliveries even safer in light of global health concerns.

Here’s how. 

FOR DELIVERY. We will no longer accept cash payments for food deliveries until further notice to reduce the hand-to-hand exchange. We are also introducing a “no contact” delivery option to reduce interaction with our drivers. To avail, please write “no contact delivery” in your online delivery notes, mention it while ordering by phone, or wait for a phone call from your delivery driver. 

IN STORES. We are making disinfectant hand wash facilities available through our kitchens, restaurants, and delivery vehicles, with revised training for staff on personal hygiene. Any staff member with symptoms will be encouraged to stay home and self-isolate. If this happens, you will be the first to know.

We understand some customers are very concerned about possible risks, so we are taking this initiative to reassure you and keep Camile the healthiest, safest place to get your dinner.  Thank you!


Camile Thai Kitchen to land in Dublin Airport

 

We are thrilled to announce Camile Thai Kitchen is one of a series of Irish food brands to be opening new locations within a massive Dublin Airport renovation from concessionaires SSP. Our 32 locations are situated across Ireland and London, and with a scope for international presence in the near future, the Dublin Airport presents a perfect opportunity to connect with a worldwide audience. We will be situated in both terminals, providing food for those on both sides of departures and arrivals.

The new tender provided by SSP features a number of elements that fit in with our brand promise, namely the introduction of higher-quality food brands with a focus on sustainability. As you may remember, we recently made news by providing the first 100% compostable takeaway packaging in the country, and continues to provide lower carbon-footprint meals for guests including vegan and locally sourced dishes. Our bok choy and kale are grown just up the road from the airport in Rush, and with 100,000 people making their way through the airport everyday, Camile hopes to herald the unmatched quality of Irish ingredients while giving them a distinct Thai flavour.

“Being future-led is a key part of the Camile brand. That’s why we’re thrilled to be joining this revolutionary tender project from SSP,  which promises brand new sustainable initiative and a variety of top Irish food brands we’re truly humbled to be a part of,” says Daniel Greene, Camile’s Head of Marketing. “We’re working furiously to create new offerings to fit this faster-paced environment, along with all the Camile favourites our Irish fans miss when they’re away. We can’t wait to take it to the skies!”

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT

Daniel Greene

dan[email protected]


Camile introduce reusable cups to reduce single-serve packaging use

Camile Thai Kitchen, the healthy online delivery restaurant chain, has announced that they will be launching new reusable cups on a pilot basis for customers. These new modestly priced cups are designed to reduce the use of single-serve compostable paper cups, and so reduce Camile’s impact on the environment.

“While we were the first takeaway in Europe to introduce fully compostable packaging, we know it didn’t go far enough quick enough to make the differences we need,” says Caterina Liverani, Camile sustainability champion and London marketing manager.

“For too long, our industry has been paying lip service to the impact on the environment caused by single-use containers. We know this won’t solve the problem, but it is an attempt to try something different, and show there may be a better way forward,” she said.

Camile has been running a number of initiatives to reduce their impact on the planet apart from reusable cups. In 2019, Camile was the first takeaway chain in Europe to switch to fully compostable packaging, are are certified members of REPAK, and electricity is sourced from 100% renewable energy suppliers. From 2020, Camile are fitting free water refill fronts in all-new restaurants. Most recently, Camile is launching a meatless Chicken dish, made entirely from plants.

For further information contact

Caterina Liverani – Sustainability Champion
[email protected] – camile.co.uk/franchising


Camile Thai is open in Greystones! Have a first look here

We are thrilled to open our first location in the garden county of Wicklow! This has been a long time coming and the payoff is really unbelievable. We will be open from 12pm to 11pm every day of the week, with loads of ways to enjoy us. Our upstairs Village Restaurant is the perfect dining option for a night out in Greystones, just across from the Whale Theatre. We’re also experts in home delivery, and can deliver to Kilmacanogue, South Bray, Kilpedder, Delgany, Eden Gate, Kilcoole and Kilruddery. [Click here to order online]

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Camile Thai’s Free Yoga in the Park back for 2019 – now in 3 parks across Dublin

 

Not content with promoting wellbeing and overall health with our Thai cuisine, we here at Camile want to facilitate the building of a positive body and mind through the powerful practise of yoga and meditation. After last year’s huge success in Merrion Square, we’ve expanded our free yoga in the park sessions to three parks across Dublin, including Bushy Park and St. Anne’s Park for the first time! Continue reading…


Samantha Mumba Special

 

Camile are delighted to announce the wonderful Samantha Mumba, a singer, actress, model and former Celebrity Master Chef Contestant as the latest guest chef to create a wonderful new dish for our menu. Samantha’s dish is a vegetarian take on one of Camile’s most well-loved curries; the wonderful massaman. Customers can enjoy her specially created Chickpea Massaman Curry from the end of June.

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Free Yoga in the Park with Camile – Summer 2018

Not content with promoting wellbeing and overall health with our delicious wholesome Thai cuisine, we here at Camile want to facilitate the building of a positive body and mind through the powerful practise of yoga and meditation.

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