Dublin’s award winning Thai and Vietnamese restaurant Saba are delighted to announce the opening of their new Secret Garden at Saba, 22 Upper Baggot Street, Dublin 4. This welcomed addition to Dublin city’s outdoor dining scene seats 40 guests with all distance guidelines in place. It’s a funky space with beautiful Italian furniture, blended with some traditional church pews, festoon lighting and stunning graffiti artwork by Subset.

Evoke that feeling of summer and sit back in the open air sipping some of Saba’s cocktail favourites like ‘Life’s a Beach’ with vodka, fresh fruits in season, ginger liqueur, lime juice, guava syrup topped with aloe vera (€10.95) while enjoying ‘Sundried Pork’ marinated with palm sugar, soy sauce and white sesame seeds on a spicy papaya salad (€12.95).

Commenting on the opening, owner Paul Cadden said ‘I love the street scene of Thailand, so it’s fantastic to have this beautiful space to offer alfresco dining to our guests. We lost 40% seating capacity in the restaurant due to Covid guidelines, so this new addition will help keep jobs in the business and bring a different, exciting element to the Saba experience. We are looking forward to welcoming our guests to the Saba Secret garden over the coming weeks.’

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The Saba Secret Garden will open six days a week (closed Mondays) from 12pm for lunch serving food all day until late. Currently the garden is subject to weather conditions. Call and book your alfresco dining experience in Saba Baggot Street today on 01-5631999 or online through www.sabadublin.com

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