Galway

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European
5 reviews
Intimate restaurant with a cool, Scandic feel; its name means 'From the West'. — Michelin Guide
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European
3 reviews
This is a delightfully novel idea—an artisan cheese shop and deli, doubling as a bar where you can order a glass of wine and some nibbles — Frommer's
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European
3 reviews
Another of the standout places to go for seafood in Galway City, Oscar’s is a cheerful, relaxed kind of place. — Frommer's
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European
3 reviews
Good food and the friendly, enthusiastic staff make this bustling bistro one of Galway's most popular restaurants. — Fodor's
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European
3 reviews
A large basement with industrial styling; the focus here is on the quality of the ingredients, which grow in the fertile local loam — Michelin Guide
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European
2 reviews
— Lonely Planet
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European
3 reviews
Look for Mike O'Grady's stylish modern restaurant in a revamped alley at the river end of Quay Street. — Fodor's
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European
3 reviews
There are just 12 seats at this busy spot, but its pies made with organic spelt flour, fruit and veggies are great for a snack on the run — Lonely Planet
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European
4 reviews
In an atmospheric stone building near the landmark Spanish Arch, Ard Bia, which is Gaelic for “high food,” endures as one of Galway’s hottest restaurants — Afar Magazine
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Seafood
3 reviews
The humble fish-and-chip is king at this stalwart restaurant, serving deep-fried cod, whiting, haddock, and hake for decades — Fodor's
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Cafe
2 reviews
If you like to create your own picnics while travelling, and who doesn't, this place is a mecca of fine food — Afar Magazine
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European
2 reviews
With exposed stone, bare timbers, fresh flowers and a glass-roofed atrium, this rustic West Side spot in a thistle-green building is a fantastic place for daytime coffee, gourmet sandwiches and salads, and craft beer — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
This split-level tapas bar - with its reclaimed wood tables - has a rustic, neighbourhood feel; sit downstairs to watch the chefs in the open kitchen — Michelin Guide
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European
2 reviews
A friendly, cozy restaurant in the center of Galway City, Martine’s serves excellent, Irish-influenced bistro style cooking, with just a hint of an international accent. — Frommer's
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Italian
2 reviews
Beginning life as a food truck, this wood-fired pizza maker's permanent home, in a bright-green-fronted space, overflows with regulars. — Lonely Planet
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Cafe
2 reviews
It’s hard not to feel loud and American when dining in this traditional Irish tea house, especially when trying to decipher the long list of teas — Afar Magazine
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European
2 reviews
Look for Mike O'Grady's stylish modern restaurant in a revamped alley at the river end of Quay Street. — Fodor's
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European
2 reviews
French-run Le Petit Pois has gained a following in Galway for authentic dishes like seared foie gras with wild mushroom purée and pastis-marinated shoulder of lamb. — Lonely Planet
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