For Lunch or Dinner or Brunch on Sundays, I’ve never had a bad meal in Kai here. From yummy fish fingers to the Kai Fry and the delicious cakes, there’s so much choice here for everyone. Head there early for lunch or brunch (they serve both between 12 and 3) and make sure to book well in advance if you’d like to eat here for dinner. What used to be a florist, try get a seat underneath the beautiful glass ceiling. Located on the lovely Sea Road, why not pop into Ernies aftwerward for some lovely fruit 🙂
Árd Bia at Nimmo’s
Seafood Bar at Kirwan’s Lane
If you like your fish then the Seafood Bar at Kirwans Lane is a must try. Check out the names of the boats on the side of McDonagh’s on the way here – some of these boats are from the Aran Islands and many islanders fished on them.
The Quay Street Kitchen
On the buzzing Quay Street of Galway City you will find this small but delicious restaurant The Quay Street Kitchen They don’t take bookings so make sure to go there early and try grab a table outside to soak up the atmosphere of Quay Street!
Located near Quay Street, just beside the Dáil Bar and across the road from Charlie Byrne’s Famous Bookshop – Cava is a Tapas restaurant so if you feel like sharing meals and tasting a bit of everything this restaurant is a must 🙂 Looks small on the outside but not to worry there’s plenty of seats downstairs but still best advised to book in advance!