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Staple Foods Has Partnered With Nobó For A Pop-Up Dinner And It Looks Absolutely Delish

By logan

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am



If you're a Staple Foods fanatic like a lot of us, you've noticed they're missing one thing: dinner. Sadly if you can't make it over to devour their incredibly colourful and nutritious dishes during the day, you're just outta luck come dinnertime.

So this pop-up dinner, sounds like quite the occasion.

Not only is it a four course dinner, but it's also BYOB – all for €25.

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While it is a primarily plant-based dinner, there will be a meat option available for the main course – suitable for veggie and meat-eating friends, alike.

You'll be treated to crispy parsnip nachos with creamy nut based cheeses, nutriRous kimchi mains and moreish chocolate sundaes to top it off – all minus the dairy.

In collaboration with Nobó, delicious dairy-free frozen treats will be served on the night as well. They'll incorporate their creamy, avocado and coconut milk ice cream into an unreal dessert.

So yum, and so deceivingly healthy.

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The dinner runs only in July, on the following dates:

Wednesday 20
Thursday 21
Friday 22
Wednesday 27
Thursday 28
Friday 29

There are two sittings each evening – 6.30pm and 8pm at the Grattan Street location. To book a table, email [email protected], and they'll sort you out.

We can't wait!

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