Diep le Shaker has a new cocktail menu created by manager Cian Lynch who is consistently experimental with his fusion of alcohol and ingredients from Diep’s Thai kitchen. New cocktails include – Rhubarbie Girl, Pink Moon, Paloma Valentina and many more…
Cian has included a rather unique recipe, a creation inspired by the classic Thai soup Tom Kah Gai. Replacing the chicken with egg and the rest with booze, we’ve crafted this cocktail inspired by one of Diep’s most popular dishes.
– 1 fresh egg white
– 30ml Havana 3 year old
– 20ml Ginger liqueur
– 10ml Coconut schnapps
– 15ml Kaﬃr Syrup (see below)
– 25ml ml fresh lime juice
– 1 dash hellﬁre bitters
1. Chill a high ball with ice.
2. Separate your egg white from the yolk into a Boston glass. If your egg white clings to the yolk, your egg is fresh and your foam and drink texture will be perfect.
3. Add the remaining ingredients, attach your tin to the glass and shake vigorously without ice.
4. Then, add ice to the tin and shake again.
5. Empty your glass and ﬁll 3 quarters with fresh ice.
6. Double strain your drink into the glass.
7. You should have about an inch of space left in the glass.
8. Top with soda water until almost overﬂowing.
9. Add 2 straws and garnish with a kaﬃr lime leaf.
10. The resulting drink should have a nice frothy top and a long, balanced ﬁnish.
– 250g Sugar
– 125ml water
– 7 to 8 kaﬃr lime leaves
– pinch of salt
1. Combine the sugar and water in a pot and heat until the sugar melts.
2. Add the kaﬃr leaves with a pinch of salt and bring to the boil to infuse.
3. Take oﬀ the heat and leave to infuse further for a while, the longer the better.
4. Kaﬃr lime leaves are found in the frozen section of any Asian market. They’re inexpensive and defrost quickly!
Diep le Shaker continues to be one of Dublin’s ﬁnest award winning Thai restaurants and is one of the very few second generation family restaurants in the capital. Open Tuesday to Saturday for lunch and dinner with live music on Friday and Saturday nights… Sip your weekend party nights away at Diep Le Shaker on Pembroke Lane in Dublin 2.