Eating out In Galway
Enjoy a meal overlooking Galway's trendy Quay Street. Artisan Restaurant specialises in modern cuisine using only the freshest local seafood and organic farmhouse produce. New lunch menu now available.
The Asian Tea House is a pan Asian restaurant centrally located on 15 Mary Street, Galway. Decorated with furnishings from Asia, Cambodia and Thailand, The Asian Tea House has a very relaxed and comfortable atmosphere.
The Malt House
The Malt House Restaurant in Galway has just undergone major changes and re-opened Thursday, May 8th, with a new look, new atmosphere, new menus and a new wine list.
Martines Quay Street Wine Bar, a family-run restaurant and wine bar situated on Galway's trendy Quay Street.
Variety is the spice of life and we are all looking for something different. So for a great night out with a difference why not try a night at the dogs and we guarantee you won't be disappointed.
Eight Bar & Restaurant on the docks offers you the opportunity to sample really unique food at affordable prices.The bar boasts fine wines, teas and coffees, world beers, and sumptuous cocktails along with free Wi-Fi and great music.
Family run restaurant renowned for its extensive range of fresh local seafood. Serving the freshest fish dishes. This family have served Galwegians for four generations. The walls on one side of Mc Donaghs are covered in excellent reviews and letters of thanks from people all over the world. The restaurant seats 48 and holds a wine licence.
Beautiful Light Gallery Space of the Galway City Museum.
Wa means Japan, Japanese, harmony and circle in Japanese. The place is very small but nice and cosy. Service is very friendly.
They are serve authentic Japanese home cuisine, Miso soup, sushi rolls, Bento Box, homemade pasties and selected Japanese tea. All food is prepared on the premises. Wa Cafe will start serving a dinner menu soon. The emphasis will be on fish and vegetables with a larger wine and sake menu.
Il Folletto Ristorante
New Italian restaurant Il Folletto on Quay Street really is little Italy in the heart of Galway. As you walk in the door straight away you are transported to a warm summer's evening in southern Italy.
Formally located in Francis Street, the ever popular Cactus Jacks has moved to the former premises of Sev'nth Heav'n in Druid Lane. Music Bar and Steakhouse. Serve TexMex food. Open 1700 - late.
Thai cuisine is just as varied as the land that inspired it,from the rich seafood dishes of the south,to the spicy meat dishes of the north.We hope that you enjoy the delights of our traditional Thai cuisine.
This Galway Bakery Company restaurant has a warm friendly atmosphere and falls into the moderate price range.It can seat ninety diners at a sitting and holds the distinction of being the World Bar-B-Que Champions in 1994. The restaurant has a wine licence. The surroundings are pleasant and the staff are friendly. There is a coffee shop and self-service snack bar downstairs. It is well decorated and children are very welcome.They are given crayons and a menu to colour. Cuisine is international including vegetarian.
With Garvey's impressive stand overlooking Galway's focal point- Eyre Square; this Hotel and Bar has become a landmark in Galway City. One of the most impressive and comfortable Hotels in the city center.
Restaurant: Located in the heart of Galway city centre just opposite the bus & train station, this restaurant has a busy lunch and evening trade which has earned a fine reputation for fresh and locally produced cuisine. Our experienced and decorated chef is able and willing to accommodate the varying taste of today's discerning customer and our extensive wine list will please any palate.
Elwoods restaurant offers a varied and exciting range of Irish and International dishes all served in a candle light setting.
Open from 12:00 until midnight(ish). Seriously good pizza.
An American City Diner in the heart of Galway
The Harrods of bakery shops. Fine, upmarket confectionery, all hand made. The Triple Chocolate Cake is amazing!
Kirbys of Cross Street in the heart of the city's lively medieval quarter is located next door to the very lively popular pub, Busker Brownes. A creative and imaginative menu is complimented by an extensive wine list which includes a variety of new world wines. Kirbys has gained a reputation for serving good food in warm and friendly surroundings.
Award winning restaurant (including Best Restaurant in Connacht 2007 Restaurants Association of Ireland/Jacobs Creek Reserve). Open from 6pm Tuesday - Sunday. Early bird menu available 18:00 - 19:30 Monday to Friday.