The Luck of the Irish
Remember the stories about the little green men who hid their pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? Or the elusive four-leafed clover that if found would bring the person good luck? Somehow childhood myths and legends are perhaps the most we’ve heard about the centuries old Irish culture. Yet, there is so much more to discover, especially when it comes to Celtic, Nordic and Viking-inspired Irish cuisine. In modern days this cuisine has evolved in to a lot of comfort food, rich in meat, gravies and yams.
As Sri Lankan opens up her doors to cuisines from around the world, Irish food which was limited to Pub Grub is not finding its way to our shores. One restaurant that is taking the “Irish Vibe” very seriously is the Four-Leafed Clover.
Situated down Maya Avenue in Colombo 6, the well-lit building is not hard to find. However, the fact that this road is one-way creates a small issues for anyone coming in from Kirulapone junction side, as you need to take a longer route to get here. Parking at the restaurant is also limited to a couple of vehicles. We went in on a weekday and the place was relatively crowded and were told weekends get quite busy especially if a good game is on the tele. Full review on our Facebook page and website.
Reviewed by #FoodiesSL
Price Range: Approximately 2,500 per head including drinks and dessert
Opening Times: 12:30pm–11:00pm daily (Closed on Monday)
Address: 168 Maya Ave, Colombo 05.
Tel: 0112 365865
#food #foodie #foodgasm #foodporn #foodstagram #instafood #esteem #esteemmagazine #esteemprime #lifestylemagazine #srilankanmagazines #lifestyle #srilanka #lka #colombo #irishfood #irishpub #irishgrub