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Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

22nd May, 2016
Thai-style doughnuts, or patongo, at Saba

Anyone fancy a full Thairish? Saba on Baggot Street in Dublin is now serving brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10.30am to 4pm, serving up morning staples with a Thai twist.

The full Thairish includes two spicy sausages, two fried eggs and stir-fried mushroom, spring onion, cherry tomatoes and spinach, served with toasted sourdough (€11.95), while Thai eggs florentine (€9.95) come with a chilli hollandaise sauce.

Pancakes made from coconut milk, sweetcorn and butternut squash...

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