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Food / October 13, 2022

City Centre Restaurant has a Lunch Menu Where Everything is a Tenner

Food / October 13, 2022

City Centre Restaurant has a Lunch Menu Where Everything is a Tenner

Words: Shamim de Brún
Images: Instagram

Every dish on Northern Soul’s lunch menu also comes with a free non-alcoholic drink.

Northern Soul can be found on Ormond Quay Upper, past capel street, just before Sin É. The spot opened in July this year and has become well-known for its funky events.

The menu is diverse and well-plotted, covering everything from pasta to chicken burgers and around to panini, with a vegan option to boot. Every

Lunch is served every day from 12:00 to 16:00 including weekends.

According to their website, they “believe in feeding souls because the time to be happy is now!”. The spot is a relatively new “Café, Restaurant, Bar and Live Music Venue with an emphasis on good food and drink.”

Like many places these days, Northern Soul are using only local suppliers and fresh products in a contemporary fusion. The casual spot has finer elements to it, supplied in part by the history of the eighteenth-century building.

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