Mullane’s

24 January 2012 by Lee Frank Category: reviews
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We have been eating Irish nachos every St Patricks Day since the blog started three years ago. If you need a refresher, Irish nachos take the concept of nachos and remix it by using waffle fries or sliced potatoes as the base. They usually swap in bacon for the meat and the rest is history. We decided to take a chance and eat Irish Nachos on another day of the year.

We went to Mullane’s, a bar I must have passed 100 times before but never been in. We sat down and as the 76ers dominated the Wizards, we ordered. We opted for the Irish nachos without the chicken as this is often a downfall of nachos, terrible chicken.

When they came, we noticed several things:

  • These nachos were on fries
  • These nachos had no bacon
  • I am pretty sure these are just chili cheese fries.
  • They are messy.

When we started eating, we agreed with my third point, these are just chili-cheese fries. This seems like a breach of our nacho trust. While they were tasty, I am probably going to have start a new site, Fries NY, just to review them more thoroughly. I’ve now decided to call these “Irish” “Nachos.” I don’t think Irish people eat that much chili.

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