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November is a month of innovation at The Meeting House Dublin, as they launch a unique new Burmese Brunch and add some exciting new plates to their evening menu.

Burmese Brunch is set to launch with a bang at The Meeting House. The new menu will include brunch classics with a twist, such as smoked pork belly served with soft poached duck eggs, topped with Burmese smoked hollandaise sauce, on top of toasted flat bread. There will also be lighter options such as exotic fresh fruit salad, layered with infused coconut milk and freshly squeezed, exotic juices.

Burmese Brunch will be available every Saturday and Sunday from noon. All plates on the new menu will be €9.99 and are designed to share with friends. Signature brunch cocktails are also available at The Meeting House such as their distinctly tasty “Bloody Mary” and more classics with a twist.


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To coincide with the brunch launch and add to their evolving menu, new plates now available on the evening menu include Blackened Cod, TMH Pork Dumplings, Mini Asian Tuna Burgers, Chicken Htamin Gyaw and Mussel Curry, with sides like the Asian Raw Chopped Salad. The updated menu also includes some mouth-watering new cocktails, such as “The Zombie”.  All dishes are €9.99.

Situated on Sycamore Street in the heart of Temple Bar creative quarter, The Meeting House injects new flair and creativity into Dublin’s dining scene, offering Burmese haute-cuisine and world-class cocktails to the discerning reveller.

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