Niall Sabongi

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Seamstress Audrey Wilson working at the Intosport clothing factory in Castlecomer Co Kilkenny which switched from making GAA kits to medical scrubs during the Coronavirus crisis

Intosport managing director Jonny Dowling began to worry about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on his business in early February, well before t(...)

Jenny Campbell  and Damian Corr of  Vera Foods are now offering a range of the highest quality  Spanish food.

Covid-19 has played a role in creating an exciting new food business for two hospitality professionals. Damian Corr and Jenny Campbell estab(...)

Seafood Suppers at Home is a collaboration between Mickael Viljanen, holder of two Michelin stars, and Niall Sabongi, one of the top fish suppliers for restaurants around the country.

Any views on the word “collaboration”? In a culinary sense that is? While maybe not quite eye-roll inducing, in my book, if it’s followed by the word (...)

Klaw in Temple Bar: There was a dispute over whether a new lease came into effect last November with a higher rent than before. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

A restaurant in Temple Bar, Dublin has failed to get a continuing injunction preventing the landlord taking over the premises in a dispute over rent. (...)

People eating outside the Green Land Cafe in Fairview, Dublin. Photograph: Tom Honan

Food businesses and restaurants in Dublin have described the support of customers over the first weekend of enforced closures as “unbelievable” and “a(...)

Fish-tail Kiev, as served by Niall Sabongi.

I used to love the treat of having a chicken Kiev as a child and even remember my Dad having chicken Kiev on his menu in his restaurant, so all and al(...)

Chef Florin Vasilache of Asador restaurant in Dublin 4, which has just launched a seafood barbecue meal kit.

The restaurant meal-kit collection and delivery model has taken a distinctly fishy turn this week, with the launch of two lobster and shellfish option(...)

Ana Axinte selling plants from her stall at the Airfield Farmers’ Market. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Another day, another small step back towards normal. While outdoor markets were given the green light to restart trading as of last Monday, many waite(...)

Oysters are a national treasure that many of us seem to never try, which is unfortunate. Photograph: Anita Murphy

April is the last month in the first half of the year in which we can enjoy the native oyster, that national treasure that many of us seem to never tr(...)

A delivery of charcuterie, cheese and pork, from Gubbeen Farmhouse Products.

The ring of the doorbell these days almost always heralds the arrival of something good to eat. As the coronavirus crisis continues, and supermarket s(...)

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