If there’s one way to kick off the New Year in a positive manner, it’s by joining the gang at Opium this New Year’s Eve. As the ideal festive escape from the cold, Opium is inviting guests to arrive on December 31st for a 3 course Pan-Asian meal like no other, alongside a generous helping of bubbly.
Wrapping up a night to remember, you will then be invited to enjoy complimentary access to the Opium Music Venue & Cocktail Lounge where you can happily dance your way towards 2015 with Opium’s quite brilliant and sure to impress host of DJs.
Opium’s New Year’s Eve package costs just €40 per person. Bookings can be made by contacting the reservations office at Opium on 01-4215795 or by emailing?[email protected] to book your spot.
Check out the special NYE menu below. We’re hungry already.
New Year Menu at Opium
A selection of opium starters; crab cakes, chicken satay, veg spring rolls, green curry samosas, chicken larb and prawn gyoza all accompanied by house sauces.
Mains (Chosen Individually)
Slow braised Massaman lamb curry with baby potatoes, onion, cardamom, star anise and fried shallots.
Malay style tender beef curry flavoured with lemongrass, galangal and roast young coconut.
Red Chicken Curry
Coconut curry with Thai basil, bamboo shoots, peppers and fine beans.
Green Halibut Curry
Thai aubergine, sweet basil, fine beans and bamboo shoots.
Marinated beef fillet wokked with red onion and mange tout in a soy, Mirin and Shioxing sauce.
Sliced breast of chicken wokked with lemongrass paste, roast chilli, peppers and courgettes.
Roast cashew, chilli paste, garlic, onion, peppers, button mushroom and scallion in a house soy sauce.
Scallop & Prawn
Tiger prawns & Irish scallops with mange tout, Asian greens and XO sauce.
Fine egg noodles, scallion, bean sprout and carrot with a choice of chicken, BBQ pork, prawn or tofu.
Chocolate brownie with peanut butter cream Or
Tropical Fruit Pavlova with fresh cream Or
Glass of Prosecco
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