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“good place to party in deep himalyas”
Review of The Irish Pub

The Irish Pub
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Cuisines: Bar
Description: The Irish pub Namche is located at Namche Bazar (the gateway to Mt. Everest) withing walking distance of the town's business district. This pub probably is the most remotest and the highest Irish pub in the world. This is one of the most outstanding places for a pub in Namche Bazar as it is strategically located to attract the foreigners as well as the locals at their rest days.
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Description: The Irish pub Namche is located at Namche Bazar (the gateway to Mt. Everest) withing walking distance of the town's business district. This pub probably is the most remotest and the highest Irish pub in the world. This is one of the most outstanding places for a pub in Namche Bazar as it is strategically located to attract the foreigners as well as the locals at their rest days.
Reviewed 29 June 2017

good music and food .. pool is also there to play and enjoy... you can relax either going up to EBC or coming back From EBC...
DONT look for cost .. ha ha ha

Thank Lalitjulley
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Reviewed 13 June 2017

After trekking for 24.7k from EBC to Namche in a day we wanted to celebrate our victory with a drink. for $13 AUS we had the Island Peak. It did not disappoint. The bar staff were chatty, music a bit load. Place was clean and comfortable with lounges spread around the place. Pool tables and also free wifi. Def worth a visit when your in this area.

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1  Thank Maureenf1
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Reviewed 11 June 2017

We saw an ad for the Irish Pub on our way to Namche Bazaar, but didn't visit it until our journey back down from Everest Base Camp.
It was really good! We ordered food (for 10) and although it took a while to arrive, it was great.
We had a great chat with the barman and his experiences in the pub. He was interested In finding out about Australian bands to add to the Pub's music playlist, as he had a lot of Australian visitors.
We had (too many) drinks, played pool, and listened to the music.

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Thank seagullrob
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Reviewed 8 June 2017

We stopped in for some entertainment on our way to EBC. Stayed longer than we planned simply because of the people and the atmosphere

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Thank Ian M
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Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

After travelling in India and Nepal for a couple of months we decided to go here for a little taste of familiarity. We visited around 3pm and the pub was pretty empty, though started to fill up around 5pm.

We ordered some food, including the yak and mushroom pie (with proper potato chips) for my partner, which he recommends. The drinks menu had a variety of cocktails, spirits, and beers, but unfortunately no cider.

We opted for a small pot of black tea, which isn't on the menu. In the end they charged us Rs 500 for it, which we thought was pretty steep as it only served four cups, therefore it would have been cheaper to buy singular cups.

They had sports on the television all the time we were there, including F1 and Match of the Day sort of programmes. There was also classic music you'd hear in the UK and Ireland playing, which was kind a relief to hear after not being around it for so long.

There was also a lot of sports shirts and flags signed by groups who had made the trek to Everest Base Camp, so if you fancy carrying your team flag around then leaving it in the Irish Pub to go on the wall, I'm sure they'd accept it!

Thank Elizabeth J
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