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Big Night: Sabryna Brun of 777 Dublin

Where will you eat when everything goes back to normal?


At some point, our world will return to normal - even if it is a new normal. But where will we go for our first night out?

We asked some well-known names in the Irish food and drinks industry to tell us what they're planning when restrictions are lifted. Today, we spoke to Sabryna Brun, manager of 777 in Dublin

"I know exactly the evening I’d want! First I’d head to Bar 1661 on Capel Street and order a Belfast Coffee. I'd follow that with whatever creation the brilliant bar staff want to make for me, based on Nolet’s Gin – it’s fresh and floral, and I love it so much that I’d probably have a second one.

Dinner would be wise at this stage, so I’d make for Takara on Abbey Street. There's no white linen or Michelin stars, but there is super tasty Asian food that I always enjoy. I’d order a couple of Asahi beers, pork and prawn gyoza, steamed edamame beans and the Takara Soul ramen and would not share anything. 

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Full after that feast, I’d stroll to the Hacienda Bar on Arran Street for several G&Ts to help the digestion, have a game or two of pool, and maybe some more G&Ts. I’d have spent the entire day promising myself an early night, but instead, I would definitely end up dancing in Izakaya until the small hours!"

777 at home boxes can be collected from the restaurant or from Dillinger's in Ranelagh. Each box costs €50.

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