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Saba to Go

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It's become fashionable for restaurateurs to talk about expanding and developing their brands. Paul Cadden isn't the sort of guy to do that type of talking, however, for he's already too busy doing what the others are talking about. Building on the rock-steady success of Saba – the restaurant – he quickly opened this indispensable take away, Saba-to-go, in Rathmines, giving hungry locals a top-class food shop with a superb wine store into the bargain.
The cooking in Saba To Go has the same healthful and vibrant energy of the restaurant's food – Vietnamese pork dumplings; Saba chicken wings; satay fish; pad thai; massaman curry; Asian superfood salad. But Mr Cadden really shows his ahead-of-the-curve style in fashioning a takeaway that specialises in extremely healthy eating, so there are paleo dishes, superb salads, healthy wok-fried inventions and tasty noodles, meaning this is takeaway food that can be enjoyed with a clear conscience about your health. And of course that glass of wine from the shop that you are going to enjoy with your dinner is helping to slow you down and eat mindfully and enjoyably after another long and tiring day. Saba To Go is a masterclass in how to live well.

Paul Cadden
+ 353 1 4060200

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