Saba South William Street The Review By Clyde Carroll and Abigail Fox Carroll

Saba South William Street
Saba South William Street

The very popular Thai and Vietnamese restaurant Saba, which was located on Clarendon street for many years recently relocated to No.7 South William Street. You may be deceived in thinking this is a small restaurant from its front door entrance, but when you walk inside you will be impressed as the new Saba is housed in a beautiful 4,700 sq. ft Georgian building which dates back to 1765. The Saba team lead by owner Paul Cadden have brought this treasure back to its former glory, refurbishing its red brick walls, walnut floors and magnificent large glass roof which floods the main dining room with natural light.

Saba is a great spot for a date night or meet up with friends for some exceptional cocktails and mouth-watering food. It’s also perfect for a quick lunch which is what we went for on this occasion.

The food in Saba is of a very high quality, the menu offers an excellent choice with dishes ranging from mild to spicy, from creamy curries to Paleo caveman. As it was lunch we decide to go for two starters and two mains. For starter we had the Saba Chicken Wings (€9.95) and the Prawn Chu Chee (€9.95). The wings were sticky and delicious, coated in a soy sauce, honey and sesame glaze and were served with a tamarind dip.

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