Dublin restaurant launches healthy ‘Caveman’ alternative to takeaways
Published 14/01/2016 | 14:23
After more than two weeks on the straight and narrow, the thoughts of giving into a dirty take-away will be hard to resist this weekend but a Dublin restaurant has launched a temporary menu to help keep you on track for at least another week.
Saba, a Thai restaurant on Dublin’s Clarendon Street, has launched an aptly named ‘Caveman’ Menu which is entirely Paleo-friendly and gluten-free which might help your resolve when it comes to self-made promises.
The menu will run until January 29th as Irish people strive to stick to their resolutions at least until the end of the month.
Saba owner Paul Cadden said the menu would tweak the restaurant’s most popular dishes, without "compromising on the taste".
The takeaway does not come cheap, however, and those waiting it out for payday might have to abstain with the cheapest vegetarian dish priced at €15.
Meanwhile, those who have survive this weekend and stick to their resolutions are among the minority as a new survey has revealed that many of us lose our motivation by January 18.