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Get your mojo working at the Cliff

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
14th February, 2016
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Spanish menu being served up at the Cliff Townhouse in Dublin

Mojo sauce, that lovely spicy accompaniment to the baby potatoes that are a specialty of the Canary Islands, features on a Spanish menu being served up at the Cliff Townhouse in Dublin on February 23. The townhouse’s chef, Sean Smith, is married to a Galician, so he has a particular interest in Spanish food and he’ll be exploring the cuisine of different regions of Spain on the night.

Dishes will include Cava...

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