New accounts filed by his Camile Kitchen , the Thai restaurant company headed by Brody Sweeny, show that the business last year recorded profits of €326,715 – a 21pc
drop on the profits of €414,681 in 2017.
The business has undergone rapid growth in recent years and it today operates 15 Camile restaurants in the capital with another six outside Dublin in Ashbourne, Limerick, Naas, Bishopstown-Cork, Greystones and Navan.
The outlets at Greystones, Navan and Ashbourne have all opened in 2019 along with two more in London at Battersea Park and Islington.
The firm’s accumulated profits last year increased from €1.63m to €1.96m. The company’s cash pile increased from €203,867 to €754,926. Numbers employed decreased from 211 to 117. The firm’s profits take account of non-cash depreciation costs of €291,171.