143 Verified Diner Reviews

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dined on Wed, 10 Jun 2015

Very hearty, salty, comfort food. Nice little pub
lynette foster

dined on Sun, 31 May 2015

wonderful atmosphere and an intimate place for a good old chin wag.

dined on Sat, 30 May 2015

A lovely place to go on a cold Melbourne night. Warm and cosy pub, really friendly staff and hearty food. A few more beers on tap would be great, but otherwise it was terrific.

dined on Sat, 30 May 2015

The Irish Band added to the atmosphere!

dined on Fri, 29 May 2015

A quaint Irish Pub with a good all round nenu, cold beer and tasty food.
Sue Watteau

dined on Wed, 13 May 2015

All 5 of us enjoyed our meals, and we were all served at the same time, which was great.

dined on Tue, 12 May 2015

Guinness was perfect as usual

dined on Thu, 30 Apr 2015

Need to put cheese on the menu We have told them a few times absolutely ignores it

dined on Thu, 23 Apr 2015

Our waitress is very pleasant and helpful, although there is a bit of misunderstanding about online booking, we are seated very promptly.

dined on Sun, 19 Apr 2015

Loved the Irish stew.
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About The Irish Times Pub

Get Your Guinness Here What is it about Irish pubs that we all love so much? Maybe it’s the traditional dark wood interior and the jovial atmosphere. Or maybe it’s the ample supply of thirst-quenching beers on tap and classic pub food. The Irish Times Pub on Little Collins Street in the heart of Melbourne CBD certainly has all in spades. Sit at the wraparound bar or sidle up to a table near one of the cosy fireplaces. You’ll find an extensive range of beers on tap — including Guinness, of course — as well as plenty of wines and spirits. As for the food, the luck of the Irish is with you — you can’t go wrong here. It’s classic casual pub fare. Think chicken schnitzel burger, shepherd’s pie, hearty Irish stew and fish and chips. The burgers here are postcard-worthy, too. Try the legendary Irish Times Guinness Tower burger or the jalapeno burger if you’re in the mood for a little zing. The Irish Times Pub is great for a pre-drink and dinner before a night out, or it’s a great night out all on its own. Best dish: The legendary Irish Times Guinness Tower burger

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