A well known Dublin restaurant has launched a new temporary menu aimed at keeping those with New Years resolutions on the straight and narrow, or at least until February rolls around.

The cleverly named ‘Caveman’ menu is available now from Saba, the renowned and centrally located Thai restaurant on Dublin’s Clarendon Street. The menu is Paleo friendly and gluten free, and just might help people keep their healthy kick start to the new year on track.

In addition, the menu is also available at the restaurant’s takeaway only branch, Saba To Go in Rathmines.

The paleo menu was created by head chef Taweesak Trakoolwattana in conjunction with nutritionist Erika Doolan of Nutrition Ireland. Paleo is a dairy free, wheat free, soya free, and legume free healthy eating plan which has become increasingly popular among health and fitness enthusiasts in recent years.

Paul Cadden, owner of Saba said: “We are delighted to extend our healthy eating Paleo ethos to include a Paleo specific menu and our dishes have become really popular with our customers. Thai and Vietnamese food is naturally healthy with fresh herbs & ingredients and the Paleo menu is an extension of that, tweaking the dishes but not compromising on the taste”.

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