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Eating in Galway

You will never get hungry because Galway has more cafes and restaurants than any other city in Ireland; and not only with traditional delicacies because you will surely find numerous eateries cater for all tastes and budgets.

A recommendation, about food, is the seafood served in Galway because is among the best in the world. Oysters, fresh Atlantic salmon, lobster, scallops and mussels as well as much more species are served. As well as seafood there are also other ingredients which arrive fresh in the kitchens of Galway restaurants, lamb is another favorite among visitors.

However restaurants in Galway serve a little bit of everything. For example you could see Irish Stew, Satay Chicken, Spicy Beef Enchiladas and Spaghetti Bolognese on the same menu in any one restaurant.

Some popular restaurants are:

  • Get Stuffed: Locates at 46 St. Anthony's Place, Woodquay, Galway, Ireland
    For vegetarian visitors to the city, with a bohemian atmosphere.

  • Brannagan's Located at 36 Upper Abbeygate Street, Galway
    Serves Irish, French, Italian, Cajun, Tex Mex and Oriental cuisine

  • Mama's Flavours of Asia: At 1 Cathedral Buildings, Galway, Ireland
    Serves a wide range of South East Asian Cuisine; also has a full license serving a selection of international beers and wines.

  • The Kitchen Fayre At 20a Mary Street, Galway, Ireland
    This is the perfect location to cure that inevitable Galway hangover. Also serves a selection of sandwiches and main courses.

  • Mocha Beans: 2 Cross Street, Galway, Ireland
    Mocha Beans is perfect for a quick breakfast or lunch. Not content with having sandwiches on the menu, they kindly offer "bagelwiches" too.

  • Couch Potatas: Located at 40 Upper Abbeygate Street, Galway
    A host of dishes centred around the potato and all in good prices.

  • Fat Freddy's Bistro: Located at The Halls, Quay Street, Galway
    A fun eatery serving economical Italian dishes and a favourite among the city’s hordes of students thanks to the 10% discount.

  • Java's: At Upper Abbeygate Street, Galway, Ireland
    Offers the twenty different varieties of cappuccino and is open until 4.00am nightly.

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