Friday January 24, 2020

Seafood Café will have you truly hooked

This is the very definition of democratic dining

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
26th November, 2017
The Seafood Café in Temple Bar in Dublin 2: the vibe is incredibly relaxedFergal Phillips

The Seafood Café 11 Sprangers Yard, Fownes Street Upper, Dublin 2 01-5153717, klaw.ie. Chef: Niall Sabongi

Is there an Irish equivalent of the British honours list? I ask because if there is, Niall Sabongi should surely be due some kind of gong for services to the fish and seafood industry by now.

Forget the overpriced and overrated restaurants you can find in any number of tourist hotspots around the country. Sabongi has done more to...

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