Ireland’s Potato St. Patrick's favourite pit stop

[23/04/09] 

So you had a bit too much to drink, and you’re traipsing the town for some grub to sober up. Suddenly a leprechaun appears (actually a leprechick dressed in a bikini), who whispers in your ear, “What's the craic? Follow me to the end of the rainbow, and you'll find a wee pot of … potatoes."

That's right. This figment of your imagination has led you to Ireland’s Potato, a no-nonsense potato bar for all yee peppy (and often inebriated) on-the-goers. With six outlets established in Taipei, this successful franchise offers a wide variety of sauces, from the ordinary (like cheese, sour cream and honey mustard) to the more unusual (like cinnamon icing, plum pepper, wasabi mayonnaise and fruit cream). There are also ‘Dublin Delicious’ classics, such as potato skins, spicy wings, lemon popcorn chicken, onion rings and mozzarella sticks. Forget Mickey D’s teeny weeny kiddie potatoes! Be a man, and sink your teeth on some of Ireland’s hale and hearty taters.

As the Irish say, “Have a fecking deadly buzz!”

Ireland’s Potato
www.irelandspotato.com
G/F, 518 Jaffe Rd., Causeway Bay, Tel: 2151-0889
#12, G/F, 43P-43S Dundas St., Mongkok, Tel: 2151-0887
Open Mon-Fri, 11:30am-Midnight; Sat & Sun, 11:30am-1am.
$ - less than $200

The Nuts & Bolts

Whether you are craving for a snack or in need of some late-night grub to sober up, Ireland’s Potato has unique sauces to go with its scrumptious taters.

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