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It’s no secret that everyone loves a good Irish pub, and General Bourke’s, located on Church Street, has become a fixture in the Parramatta area of Sydney since it opened all the way back in 1999. Whether its for some dinner, a few drinks or a night of debauchery, General Bourke’s is the place to go, serving up traditional Irish dishes alongside pub food favourites, as well as a lengthy list of cocktails, wine, beers and spirits. Book a table and head on over!
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More staff required for busy periods and staff at the bar for drinks
Insufficient staff on - this was not a one off as I was there the day prior and same issue Our meals for 6 people same in 3 parts, with 20+ Mins in between Meaning we all ate separately. Not the point of a lunch.
Quick staff lunch and it went well. Food and service was fine.
Start your meal at this Parramatta institution off with some deep-fried brie or grilled scallops before moving on to the main affair. Then, you could go for an old favourite like the beef burger, chicken schnitzel and beer-battered fish and chips or keep the tradition alive with a hearty Irish dish. We recommend the Irish stew (tender diced beef and lamb slow-cooked with potatoes and onion in a peppered broth with champ mash) or the steak and Guinness pie for a taste of Ireland in Sydney.
The cocktail menu over at Sydney’s General Bourke’s is equally as mouth-watering, with choices ranging from the classics to creative concoctions like the the Blushing Lady (pama pomegranate liqueur, Smirnoff green apple vodka, cranberry juice, vanilla syrup and lime juice) and the decadent Hazelnut Dream (Frangelico, Baileys, butterscotch schnapps and a touch of cream). Attracting Parramatta’s party animals seven days a week, General Bourke’s can get busy – guarantee a table at this Church Street hotspot by booking a table in advance.