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There have been many changes in the Galway food scene over the last 30 years but one constant that has remained is the first-class quality food and outstanding customer service provided by Scotty’s located on the Headford Road in Terryland. Since opening their doors in early 1991, husband and wife team, Scotty and Jennifer Ishmael, have been pleasing the palates of locals, students, and tourists alike with their mouth-watering burgers and sumptuous wings.
The Claregalway Hotel is always improving and evolving its outlets to stay up to date with modern trends and styles — and this has led to the creation of new concepts in which you can enjoy the finest of food and drink in the company of your friends and colleagues.
We are told by TripAdviser that there are about 450 restaurants in Galway city and no sign of new openings stopping just yet. Here is one more 'must visit' for your list. Sangria has just moved from a small space on the corner of Buttermilk Walk to a new culinary oasis around the corner on Middle Street, not a stone’s throw from the bustle of Quay Street. Brilliant splashes of turquoise enliven the walls of this restaurant which has a dining room full of character, casual wooden tables, and interesting upholstered chairs. It is a dark, restful, space punctuated with dramatic pops of colour.
The third annual Mayo Street Food Festival returns to tantalise the tastebuds on Sunday, September 8 in Castlebar.
The BOB, The Petey Pablo, The Handsome Roost; burgers known and loved throughout Galway and beyond by burger connoisseurs and now those patties will delight the palates of the people of Galway again as the boys from Handsome Burger open their new premises on Dominick Street (formerly Creole restaurant).
The 2018 Galway Food Festival returns this weekend to celebrate the people, produce, and passion that have firmly established Galway as the food capital of the west. Now in its seventh year, the west’s premiere food festival will take place over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend from March 29 to April 2, with five days of mouthwatering markets, delicious demonstrations, tasty talks, and a feast of family fun.
Set in the charming village of Oranmore, Basilico restaurant serves up some of the best Italian cuisine to be found anywhere in Galway.
Stew, spuds and stout? For those who believe that Ireland’s food scene still revolves around these three staples, it’s time for you to come out from under that rock.
Who can imagine summer without summer food? Steaming corn on the cob, each kernel bursting with flavour. Burgers on the barbecue and ice cream sundaes. The smell of ripe stone fruit, dripping with sweet juice.
“How often do you see a breakfast review in the weekend restaurant columns?” Georgina Campbell, president of the Irish Food Writers’ Guild, asked when launching the Irish Breakfast Awards 2017 in Dublin. This awards scheme, organised in association with Fáilte Ireland, was designed to highlight the importance of the Irish breakfast to international visitors to Ireland and domestic travellers, and aims to support the use of Irish foods and quality produce as part of the Irish breakfast on offer.