Arabian Nights

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Arabian Nights

I spent a year in Israel when I was 19, six months in the north and six months in the Negev Desert working on a moshav, a type of cooperative agricultural community of farms. On our days off, a few of us would go to Beersheba where Bedouin women sold Middle Eastern food and things like falafel from stalls at the side of the road.

The food was gorgeous, flavourful and at the time quite new to me. These women taught me how to make authentic falafel and my recipe originates from Beersheba. In the years following my time in Israel, I went on to serve falafel in a small café called Misfitz in Rathmines. It was the café’s signature dish and people flocked from far and wide to try it.

Paula Fitzpatrick

MEZZE
Baba ganoush
Hummus and dukkah
Paula’s falafel with tahini dressing

THE MAINS
Roast leg of lamb with sumac and natural yogurt, preserved lemons
Chicken tagine, dried apricots and almond

ON THE SIDE
Tabbouleh salad Harissa couscous
DESSERT
Vegan baklava

    • 45 €
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  • Wine & Cheese
    • 25 €
    • 25 €
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    • 20 €
    • 20 €
    • 15 €
      With Grapes Quince, crackers, pecan nuts and balsamic Jam
  • Proper Pints Bar Service

    Our "Proper Pints Bar Service" comes with a full or half keg, glasses and mobile bar included.

    Due to Covid this service may be limited due to current Government Guidelines

    • 350 €
    • 300 €
    • 350 €
    • 500 €
    • 500 €
    • 500 €
    Cocktail Service

    Our Cocktail Service comes with a choice of 4 party party cocktails, glasses cocktail bar and all of the trimmings

    Due to Covid this service may be limited due to current Government Guidelines

    • 400 €
    • 750 €
    Bottle Beers
    • 4 €
    • 4 €
    • 5 €
    Mineral Water
    • 5 €
    • 5 €
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Description

I spent a year in Israel when I was 19, six months in the north and six months in the Negev Desert working on a moshav, a type of cooperative agricultural community of farms. On our days off, a few of us would go to Beersheba where Bedouin women sold Middle Eastern food and things like falafel from stalls at the side of the road.

The food was gorgeous, flavourful and at the time quite new to me. These women taught me how to make authentic falafel and my recipe originates from Beersheba. In the years following my time in Israel, I went on to serve falafel in a small café called Misfitz in Rathmines. It was the café’s signature dish and people flocked from far and wide to try it.

Paula Fitzpatrick

Arabian Nights

MEZZE
Baba ganoush
Hummus and dukkah
Paula’s falafel with tahini dressing

THE MAINS
Roast leg of lamb with sumac and natural yogurt, preserved lemons
Chicken tagine, dried apricots and almond

ON THE SIDE
Tabbouleh salad Harissa couscous
DESSERT
Vegan baklava

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