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You would be hard-pressed to believe you were sitting inside one of the city’s most buzzing shopping arenas – the wood-slatted, knick-knack-festooned walls of the inner bar section (or high stool-peppered outer balcony) speak of instant comfort, even as nostalgia-inducing retro music swirls out of speakers. The establishment encourages ordering a ‘pub lunch’ (weekday chef’s specials with beer/sangria), or the Sunday special unlimited BBQ and beer meal, but the bar snacks will really blow your socks off. Their pulled pork ‘Cuban cigars’ (in phyllo pastry), Cajun sweet potato fries, rock shrimps in wasabi mayo and roasted pine nuts, shrimp popcorn (!), ‘World’s Best’ onion rings, guacamole-laden nachos, beer fondue with focaccia croutons are where it is all at. There are also excellent burger and sandwich options, competent pastas, and mains like savoury pies, lamb chops, fish and chips, beer can-roasted chicken, burritos, etc. Coupled with the pub’s mainstay of extensive booze, and regular events like sports screenings and karaoke nights, the vibe has you coming back for more.
We all have heard the beautiful narrations about Irish culture. We know about their stunning landscapes, out of the world superstition tales, their heart-breaking poetry and most of all their honest personalities. But one more thing which missed the list is the famous Irish pubs which have a charm of their own. These pubs have found a cult of their own where you hear whispers of scandals, mafia and unbelievable stories about the great has-beens. To glimpse into the fantastic world of Irish I would recommend you to stop by at Pune for a bit. Sitting inside at Phoenix Market City, Nagar Road, Viman Nagar, is answer to your searchings’ in form of ‘The Irish House’. The hustle-bustle of the very busy market acts as the bar’s backdrop and earns it a diehard fan club who often spends their evenings perched in the bar. The décor in itself is masculine and colourful which becomes a lot more attractive on gig nights.
The menu Irish House adheres to is European and loaded with small bite size Knick-knacks that go so wonderfully with their bar menu. The bar proudly owns about 50 varieties of beers that will gladden the heart of any hard core drinker. This fizzy drink is then accompanied with various cocktails, rum, vodka, whisky, scotch, gin, cognac and so much more. The Irish House’s attentive staff will encourage you to look into the menu that is a lip-smacking collection of delicious dishes. For touch of salt ask for wasabi japonica, two face chicken skewers, Cajun sweet potato fries, handcrafted Cuban cigars, mini tacos, world’s best onion rings, Armagh mushroom bites, smokey BBQ chicken sliders, The Irish Lions chicken tenders and skewed cottage cheese. But out of the whole lot the most ordered item on the menu remains their loaded fries which comes with Mexican, cheesy and Italian toppings.
Lot of punters prefer to order platters and fondue which is easy on their pockets and makes the sharing much more fun with friends. The mains part of The Irish House menu consists of juicy burgers, loaded sandwiches and plates of aromatic pastas. The other options you will find here are of steaks, burrito bowl, roast chicken, skinny potato corn cakes, Irish fish n chips, steak and kidney pie and grandma’s fried chicken. Though Irish House is a pricey place it has a character that stands the test of times.