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10 Dishes To Avoid Ordering At An Irish Pub

Deep-Fried Mars Bars: While more of a Scottish novelty, if you find it on the menu, it's extremely high in calories and not a traditional Irish offering.

Nachos: Often loaded with cheese and sometimes with a scant topping of chili, nachos are not traditional Irish fare and can be overly heavy and greasy.

Chicken Wings: Although delicious, they're usually deep-fried and covered in sauce, making them a less healthy option and not particularly Irish.

Loaded Fries: Fries covered in cheese, bacon, and other toppings can be tempting but are far from traditional and very high in calories and fat.

Fish and Chips: While a pub classic, it's often batter-fried and served in large portions, making it a heavier meal option. If you're looking for something lighter or more authentically Irish, there may be better choices.

Shepherd's Pie with Ground Beef: Authentic Shepherd's Pie is made with lamb, not beef. The beef version is actually called Cottage Pie.

Corned Beef and Cabbage: Although associated with Irish-American cuisine, it's not as commonly eaten in Ireland itself. It can also be overly salty and fatty.

Reuben Sandwich: Like Corned Beef and Cabbage, the Reuben is more of an Irish-American invention and can be quite heavy with its combination of meat, cheese, and dressing.

Any "Irish" Pasta: Pasta dishes claiming to be Irish, simply because they have a bit of Guinness or Irish cheese in them, tend to be more of a gimmick than genuine Irish cuisine.

Overly Cheesy or Creamy Soups: While Ireland does have a tradition of hearty soups, those that are excessively creamy

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