dave2

st patricks day at the u n irish

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My Irish friend a few years ago now was highly disappointed when he was the only Irish guy in their on St Patricks day.

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Thanks for the notice, I was beginning to wonder if it was on this year.  What time will they set the food out?

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35 minutes ago, heybruce said:

Thanks for the notice, I was beginning to wonder if it was on this year.  What time will they set the food out?

Never mind, I just saw the faint lettering saying 6:00 pm.

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long gallopp to the U.N. , for this old champ,these days, but do have a great time, at a very nice venue

 

 E/S is cantering to the Four Seasons Resort, Maerim, for St  Paddys Day,starting time 5pm

 

and my Jockey,  is the  Four Seasons   Executive  Chef ,  Stephane

 

always got a soft spot ,for the Irish, since my  working ,/living in,   London days , during the seventies

 its a Dave Allen, beddy byes to all

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Their 'Irish stew' isn't Irish stew

 

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10 minutes ago, Foxy52 said:

Their 'Irish stew' isn't Irish stew

 

their irish stew ( although a small bowl ) is the best one that i know of in chiang mai

 

unless you know better ?

 

dave2

un irish irish stew 17 jan 15 20150117_145216.jpg

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If Irish Stew is not made with Lamb, it ain't Irish Stew. I oughta know as my Mother prepared it once a week for myself, my brother and my father growing up in Carlow. Even when we immigrated to America she would always make it for us and it was with Lamb. A heresy to spoil one of Ireland's culinary treats. For those wishing to sample real Irish Stew with Lamb simply head to O'Malley's Irish Pub any day. The owner, Scott, takes great pride in this dish and he is the one who prepares it everyday.

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Thanks idman I'll check out O'Malleys, as I love a proper Irish stew,. BTW the one at UNI is OK, but with beef and a piece carrot o two it's definitely not Irish stew

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their irish stew ( although a small bowl ) is the best one that i know of in chiang mai
 
unless you know better ?
 
dave2
58ca082e9db2d_unirishirishstew17jan1520150117_145216.jpg.d1dcd74470b5cba8b7ade9d00bc09776.jpg


Is that it? Could they get a smaller bowl?

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5 hours ago, idman said:

For those wishing to sample real Irish Stew with Lamb simply head to O'Malley's Irish Pub any day. The owner, Scott, takes great pride in this dish and he is the one who prepares it everyday.

 

hes right :)

 

its a lovely stew in a bigger bowl than the un irish but the un irish one has a better

oxo cube gravy taste and smell to it which i like more 

 

it certainly was good and a bonus for me was seeing their huge persian cat :)

 

ill go back for sure now that soi 1 resturant off chang klan road has closed :(

 

dave2

 

ps ... the last time i was in omalleys i tried the chicken pot pie but it had way too much

salt in it :( 

omalleys irish pub anusarn market st patricks day poster 16 mar 17 20170316_155357~01.jpg

omalleys irish pub anusarn market irish stew 16 mar 17 20170316_152400~01.jpg

omalleys irish pub anusarn market ginger persian cat 16 mar 17 20170316_151328~01.jpg

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hes right :)
 
its a lovely stew in a bigger bowl than the un irish but the un irish one has a better
oxo cube gravy taste and smell to it which i like more 
 
it certainly was good and a bonus for me was seeing their huge persian cat :)
 
ill go back for sure now that soi 1 resturant off chang klan road has closed
 
dave2
 
ps ... the last time i was in omalleys i tried the chicken pot pie but it had way too much
salt in it :( 
58ca6895d436b_omalleysirishpubanusarnmarketstpatricksdayposter16mar1720170316_15535701.jpg.4eccf8eda749a4ff215b7614306b1cc3.jpg
58ca68b10abe4_omalleysirishpubanusarnmarketirishstew16mar1720170316_15240001.jpg.5454f1f481143209cd360b7534b3e7fd.jpg
58ca68c6f3056_omalleysirishpubanusarnmarketgingerpersiancat16mar1720170316_15132801.jpg.310c9a15f9d6a9524e5ca8f445454217.jpg


There's a good reason not to eat there.

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