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Gillian Nelis

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@gnelis
16th May, 2015
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Shamzuri Hanifa, The Cottage Restaurant, Jamestown, Co Leitrim; Lina Gautam, Monty of Kathmandu, Temple Bar and Kevin O’Toole, Chameleon, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

Kevin O’Toole of the Chameleon in Dublin, Shamzuri Hanifa of The Cottage in Carrick-on-Shannon, and Lina Dhalak Gautam of Monty’s of Kathmandu in Dublin are teaming up to raise money for earthquake relief in Nepal.

The trio are behind ‘the €10,000 curry’, a special dinner which will take place in Smock Alley Theatre in Temple Bar on May 24. With 100 tickets on sale priced at €100 each, the aim is...

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