Saba has launched a new plant-based festival and to celebrate, we have dinner for two with cocktails to give away so that you can taste the new menu for yourself.
Saba and Saba To Go have launched a new plant-powered, vegan-friendly menu that uses fresh vegetables to help you feel good this Veganuary. With dishes like the kale-based Green Machine, made with pak choi, cashew nuts and broccoli in a paleo Saba sauce, you won't miss meat at all – however, you can add in extra protein like chicken or fish if you'd like.
According to dietician Orla Walsh, who worked with Saba to develop the festival, sustainable eating is important for both our health and the environment going forward. "Eating healthily is important for you, while eating sustainably is important for all future generations," she said. "By eating a more plant-focused diet, you will be eating in a more sustainable way which will improve the health of our two homes; our own body and the world in which we live."
Saba is powered by 100 per cent green energy, while 90 per cent of the company's packaging and cutlery is compostable, biodegradable or recyclable. The restaurant also makes a donation to the charity Friends of the Earth for every green curry sold, so you know you're making a positive choice while you eat delicious food.
How to win
To celebrate Saba's Plant Power Festival, we have dinner for two at either Saba Clarendon Street or Saba Upper Baggot Street up for grabs. The winner and a guest will enjoy two plant-based meals, plus sides along with a cocktail each to enjoy. To be in with a chance to win, simply answer the following question and fill in the form below. Good luck!
Q: Name the dietician that works with Saba.
T&Cs apply. Entrants must be 18 years or older. Prize can only be used in Saba Clarendon Street or Upper Baggot Street on or before February 9th 2020. Editor's decision is final. Winner will be contacted by email and if they do not respond within three days, a new winner will be selected. One entry per person. Based on availability. This prize cannot be exchanged for cash and is non-transferrable. Competition closes midnight Wednesday, January 22nd.
The Plant Power festival runs from January 15th until February 9th in Saba Clarendon Street, Upper Baggot Street and Saba To Go stores.