Pictured at the fifth birthday celebrations of Thai restaurant Saba on Clarendon Street are Thai Buddhist monks, Phrakruprabasdhammavites Phramaha, Sangthong Dhammacaro and Phramaha Chai Sutamedhi.
As you may have guessed from my first Saba post, I'm a huge fan. I absolutely love their food and was delighted to hear about their latest offering. This September sees Saba turn five, and to celebrate there will be a host of activities in store for customers. To kick off their celebrations Saba flew in some very special guests from Thailand for the occasion, to host a special ceremony in which they blessed Saba, the staff and their patrons.
As part of the celebrations, Saba will be hosting it’s “lobsterfest” for the third year running. This shellfish shindig is sure to please all half shelled and lobster hedonists. Diners can enjoy exquisite lobster fresh from the waters of Inisboffin or freshly shucked Carlingford Lough oysters to sip, slurp and sup!
Make a reservation today and get your claws into our delicious lobster inspired specials including seared lobster tail salad for €14.95 or steamed whole lobster with a Thai twist for €26.95. To wash down these tasty delights, Saba has teamed up with Veuve Clicquot Champagne and will be serving a glass of demi sec and lobster canapé for €14.95. Demi Sec is a real treat and is excellent with Thai cuisine. There will also be a French wine sale to tickle your tastebuds.
Saba, 26-28 Clarendon Street, Dublin 2, is open seven days a week from 12 noon. See their menu here and call 01 679 2000 to make a booking.