What started off as Dublin's tiniest seafood restaurant, Klaw by Niall Sabongi is now known as one of the city's best places to get your fish fix.
A new-ish Poké bar launched on Capel Street at the start of the year, selling Hawaiian-style Poké bowls that sold out the first weekend.
And now Klaw has expanded yet again, with a new place in Temple Bar - The Seafood Cafe
So, what is it that makes Klaw so goddamn popular? Their idea is simple, super fresh seafood in a relaxed atmosphere where people can just "get their Fish on".
I popped in last week to chat to Niall Sabongi about his latest seafood venture, getting a sneak peek at The Seafood Cafe, and even in its raw form the place looked class.
While the smaller shack-style Klaw in Crown Alley is known for its blowtorched native oysters and rustic lobster rolls, this new Seafood Cafe will focus on bringing seafood to the masses…