Without a shadow of a doubt, The Irish Village is one of Dubai’s most well-known and much-loved watering holes and it’s picked up the Pub of the Year trophy multiple times. But we’re not here to talk about the drinks or atmosphere (well, not specifically, anyway) – the food is exactly what you would expect, and would want, from a typical Irish pub. The chef whips up a daily roast – just ask your server what the meat is – which comes served with giant portions of Yorkshire pudding, gravy, seasonal vegetables and two styles of potato. The wide selection of drinks (try the black stuff) and laid-back but fun atmosphere will keep you here for hours after you’ve digested that roast. Now, if that’s not good craic then we don’t know what is.
From Dhs60. Open Sat-Wed 11am-1am, Thu-Fri 11am-2am. Garhoud (04 282 4750).
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Quite a nice and vibrant atmosphere. Very popular with the expatriate community in Dubai. Alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages served as well decent meals. A one stop entertainment venue! Recommended!
Fantastic food! Breakfast here is a must try! Lovely place inside and out so when the weather is not scorching, the ambiance is wonderful outside. They also have live music sometimes. Basically, a place I would go to AT LEAST once a month.
One of the most happening places to be in Dubai, especially on weekends. Evenings are a buzz with live music, sheesha, cocktails and sometimes performance from popular bands in the Dubai Tennis stadium. Plenty of restaurant options inside the Irish village & Century Village area offering Indian, Arabic & English cuisine. Good place for visit by families too with view of the pond and turtles and ducks.