The Irish Village
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|Tel:||04 239 5000|
|Travel:||31 A Street|
|Cuisine:||Bar & Pub food, Irish|
|Experiences:||Alcohol available, Wi-fi, Outdoor seating, Family friendly, Live music, Smoking permitted, Pork served|
|Times:||Open Sat-Wed 11am-1am; Thu-Fri 11am-2am|
|Credit Cards Accepted:||Yes|
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lizette Nov 21, 2013 12:33 pm
I have been to the Irish Village on 3 occasions and I would definitely not say third time lucky. Although the food is sort of ok, the attitude of the waiting staff leave much to be desired. Unfriendly, they obviously only smile when it suits them. It seems their attitude is "we are doing you a favour by allowing you to eat here. The service is slow, and to say the least arrogant. Obviously the job is only a means to an end for them.
D Waring Aug 07, 2013 03:04 pm
Have been a regular customer since the place first opened, and living in mirdif it is definitely our best 'local'! I agree with the post above about being chatty with the servers- they really are a great bunch and will be very accommodating as long as you are friendly toward them ... They don't much appreciate having fingers clicked at them or a lack of manners from customers - something that seems to be shamefully rife in this town. Although the food is average quality, the setting and ambience more than make up for it. Still a great place to spend a sunny afternoon with a cold one, enjoying the company of friends and family. The kids love it there.... Grass, ducks, cats & turtles topped off with chips & gravy - what more can they want?
Dr. Raji Mathew Aug 05, 2013 09:55 am
Old world pub with stone floor kind of feel. Complementing this are the solid wood chairs and tables so heavy, it is a challenge to lift them. Free seating is followed, that is, sit wherever available.
Had the cumberland sausage with mashed potatoes and roast gravy and Kilkenny to go with it. Satisfying meal.
Ideal place for meeting with friends over food and/ drinks.
Total bill AED 91.
Robbie Seal Jul 31, 2013 12:30 pm
The food is good, but a little on the expensive side. I've never noticed rude service. Sometimes a touch indifferent when they were busy, but never rude. I find that if you are polite/friendly, most servers appreciate it and reciprocate. The servers here not only reciprocate, but make it fun. The setting is outstanding and I can't wait for the weather to cool so that we can enjoy the outdoor service with our dogs.
James Molloy Dec 12, 2012 08:36 pm
after so many years. I lmost your postcard, concerning
my Franco Irish Group "Tumbleweed". We are a five man group.
Four French musicians, fiddle, two guitars and drums and myself,
Singer yodler, from Dublin.
Our repertoire is Country, Hank Williams, Johnnie Cash, Willie Nelson, John Denver, American Folk Tom Paxton, Irish Ballads,
Dubliners, Whisky In The Jar, Wild Rover, Galway Races etc And
some original compositions, instrumental. I present my concert with
explainations of every song, not too boringly long. We are 13 years
performing and promise and deliver our very best