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Galway has always been known for its diversity — a town of exotic sailors and Connemara tribes, this medieval city has been a melting pot for as long as it has existed. We have well established Chinese and Thai restaurants, and more recently some terrific Japanese ones. For fans of Indian food, however, Eastern Tandoori has being offering consistently delicious examples of this varied cuisine to Galway diners for some time now.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Galway will hold a minute's silence at Friday prayers in honour of the victims of the recent terrorist attack in Tunisia.
Representatives of the major religions will gather in the Maryam Mosque in Ballybrit this Sunday, for an interfaith conference on the theme of Religion, Freedom and Peace.
Here’s just one of the delicious dishes the members of Slimming World Athlone enjoy...
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Ireland will hold an open day at its new Maryam Mosque on the Old Monivea Road, next week.
YOUNG, VIBRANT, proud, and engaging, the Lajee Dabka Dancers, will bring the traditional dance styles of Palestine to Monroe’s Live next week.
If you are touring round the Spanish Arch, the sign will catch your eye. Lime green, gold with a graceful font announces the name of the restaurant, Thai Garden. As one of Galway's long-established restaurants, it is attractively located in a modern building overlooking the iconic scenery of the Claddagh. A smart, heated terrace at the rear is very appealing in the summer, and the spacious interior has an adjoining room ideal for private parties with pleasant views out over the fish market and the River Corrib. If you are looking for Thai cuisine in the heart of Galway then this is your go-to place.
Pearl Continental on Pearse Street, Athlone offers a fantastic €5 lunch menu, featuring stir fries, wraps, curries, homemade burgers, steak sandwiches, and salads, as well as weekly specials.
For a couple of years now the undisputed centre of the restaurant scene was over the river in the West End. Dominick Street to Sea Road had all the better places to tempt people over the bridge, from Rouge all the way up to Kai. But at last there has been a seismic shift and there is a new dining district in the heart of the city. Middle Street is Galway's newest dining destination, where you can feast on tapas in the new Cava Bodega, slurp your way through lunch in the long serving Da Tang Noodle House, or dine on modern Irish cuisine in the comfort of The Malt House. With the inclusion of the friendly wine shop that is Thomas Woodberries, I may never go over the bridge again.