Wednesday May 27, 2020

Sabongi plans rollout of concept seafood chain ‘Crazy’ rents in capital offer ‘no business value’

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

20th May, 2018
Gaz Smith and Niall Sabongi at the Seafood Café in Temple Bar Picture: Fergal Phillips

Dublin restaurateur Niall Sabongi plans to open the first in a chain of small fishmongers and seafood cafés in the capital next February. Sabongi said the idea behind the Urban Monger was to appeal to shoppers who wanted to take fish home, as well as those who wanted it cooked in front of them.

The owner of Klaw, Klaw Poké and the Seafood Café had originally planned to open the first Urban Monger...

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