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Quay Street has a new member of the family - Jianbing Bar. The cafe, whose sister restaurant is the hugely successful Xi'an Street Food, is the only one of its kind in the west of Ireland which specialises in the Chinese dish Jian bing. Jianbing is a traditional Chinese street food similar to crepes. Created more than 2,000 years ago in the Shandong province, Jian bing is generally eaten for breakfast and is known as one of China's most popular street breakfasts.
Crafting sumptuous servings inspired from far-flung destinations like Japan, China, and Thailand, The Dishes Asian Fusion Restaurant is Galway's newest member of the restaurant family. Having opened last Wednesday, July 18, The Dishes is a must visit especially for those with a palate for authentic Asian cuisine.
It has been a whirlwind two and a half years for owners Rebecca and Kevin Tan of Papa Rich Street Food Kitchen.
SALT Restaurant & Bar in Salthill is pulling out all the stops for St Patrick’s Day with several menus running throughout the day and all the live rugby action on SALT’s new screens.
Remember when The Spanish Arch was a car park and there was nothing much on Middle Street except the Augi; back when BT was Moons and Nora Barnacle's house was just another house; before Westside was called Westside and there was nothing Latin about the Latin Quarter — that was when Salthill was the undisputed centre of all nightlife in the west of Ireland. While those days are long gone, Salthill seems to be reinventing itself once more.
Abbeygate Street has, for a few years now, been the home of street food in Galway. While we may have lost several stalwarts in recent times — The Home Plate, Couch Potatas, and La Salsa — we have gained much more. This street has everything from authentic Mexican food to the very best falafel. There is a vegetarian cafe, an Italian restaurant, a chilli shack — and even a Asian supermarket and an American sweet shop.
Ireland has gone street food crazy with plenty of quality operations in food trucks and stalls in the most unlikely places such as industrial estates and business parks as well as markets and events. From farmers looking for a new market for their produce to budding chefs and restaurateurs squeezed out by high rents, there are talented people involved and the food they offer is going down a treat. Standards are more than a match for the best permanent restaurants and the best of them soon graduate to bricks and mortar premises of their own with the advantage of a ready built following, so it looks as if this trend is here to stay.
From Saigon, the city of a million motorbikes, to street food in Hanoi and the buffalo working in the paddy fields to sustain another generation of the country’s population, Vietnam’s breadth of cultural experiences is what draws honeymooners to this particular corner of southeast Asia.
Situated just minutes from the centre of Galway, Salthill is as much a residential satellite suburb for the city as it is a traditional seaside resort.