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Cliffs of Moher Private Tour from Killarney
"The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most visited natural attraction with a magical vista that will capture your heart and live in your memory forever. Standing 214m (702 feet) at their highest point they stretch for 8 kilometres (5 miles) along the Atla we will start the Cliffs of Mohar tour from Killarney. On route we will visit Bunratty Castle which is a must on the itinerary and is your chance to experience a window into Ireland’s history. You can explore the castle and the 19th century Bunratty Folk tapestries and works of art which capture the mood of those times.  You can explore at your own leisure and marvel at the fixtures and fittings. At night time the castle is the impressive setting for the medieval castle banquets which are held year round. During our visit to Bunratty Castle we will also visit the Folk Park. Here you will enjoy the sights sounds
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"Cliffs of Moher and Burren Day Trip Including Dunguaire Castle
"Cliffs of Moher and Burren Day Trip Including Dunguaire Castle Aillwee Cave and Doolin from Galway""Your journey to the Cliffs of Moher from Galway will bring you through the exposed windswept landscapes of the Burren. Listen to your expert guide share the history and some interesting facts about this Western seaboard of Ireland. Exit the coach to explore the unique limestone terrain jagged coastline and rare flora. Travelling South from Galway you will visit the Dunguaire Castle an iconic 1520’s castle with a 75 foot tower. This picturesque castle is seated along the Galway Bay in Kinvarra. You’ll spend 15-20 minutes at this photo opportunity.Your tour will then continue to the Aillwee Cave
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Connemara Day Trip Including Leenane Village and Kylemore Abbey from Galway
"Your full day guided tour departs from Galway you will then make your way to Connemara. A region which is famed for it’s natural beauty and landscapes. Listen to your expert driver/guide share there knowledge and the history of Connemara on your drive through the countryside. Climb off the c starring Richard Harris and John Hurt) and most recently Marley & Me (Starring Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston).On your day trip you will be visiting Leenane Village this is a small mountain-side town which is full of Irish charm. This village was used for the setting for the film ‘The Field’ starring Richard Harris and John Hurt. Your next stop will be in Killary Fjord this is Ireland’s only fjord which serves as the natural border between the counties of Galway and Mayo.Your tour will then move onto Kylemore Abbey which is situated on a lake in the midst of the mountains. This abbey was originally built in the 19th century by Mitchell Henry as a gift to his wife
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Irish Traditional and Galway Seafood Tips (13)

Padraicin’s Bar & Restaurant: Great food; great views; great service

We checked into our Galway B&B and started looking for lunch. We drove out the Barna Road along Galway Bay, a spectacular drive. At one point there was a turnout with parking so we stopped for photos. After soaking in the gorgeous ocean view, we spotted Padraicin's Bar and Restaurant across the road. Perfect.

We moved the car up to Padraicin's parking lot and went in. The waitress showed us to a table with the same view we had been photographing and got menus. We weren't very hungry because we'd been sitting in the car all day so split a sandwich and onion rings which were excellent. The waitress was full of local information which we used when we continued down the road. We vowed we would return and we did.

They do have rooms and the views are wonderful.

Favorite Dish Our third day in Galway, we returned from a trip to Clifden and the Sky Drive and with a real appetite this time. Padraicin's deserves an appetite. This time Ed got rainbow trout and I got roast lamb, both excellent. We had ice cream for dessert and watched the tide come in while the sun set. A perfect day . . .

They serve vegetarian and coeliac (gluten-free) meals.

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Beausoleil
Dec 20, 2014

The Cellar Bar: Fun bar-restaurant in the center of Galway

We were in Galway for the day and trying to explore as much as possible. We stopped in the Tourist Office for a map and asked for a nearby restaurant that was good since it was raining and we didn't want to walk far. Just off Eyre Square at 12 Eglinton Street we found the recommended Cellar.

You go in and there are two levels. It was crowded so we walked up a few steps to the upper level and joined the crowd for lunch.

Service was prompt and friendly and the food was adequate to our needs. By the time we finished the rain had stopped and the rest of the day was glorious.

Favorite Dish My husband had the fish and chips, a favorite of his. I had the salmon and it was excellent. Everything was fresh. I'm not sure what Peg had but suspect it may have been the goat cheese salad, a favorite of hers.

In the evenings they have live music which might be fun. At noon it's busy but reasonably quiet. The location can't be beat.

They offer vegetarian and coeliac (gluten free) selections and also regular selections modified for both diets. They also offer a special every day for 9.96 euros.

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Beausoleil
Dec 20, 2014

The Quays: Abysmal

Very disappointing! I ordered the 'fresh' seafood platter and got a basic and not very tempting selection of salad ie., lettuce, coleslaw, pasta and mainly salmon salad. No oyster, tho the unfriendly waiter said there would be. 3/4 tiny mussels, a scoop of indescribable seafood salad (could have been crab meat), mash poatoes (what for???) expensive, tasteless and My daughter opted for the Shepard's Pie and reckoned she could make it better herself at home. Loads of mash on top of watery slop of meat and gravy(?), overcooked veg. The service was terrible, our waiter did not have sufficient information regarding my meal, nor a good command of English and he insisted we pay IN FULL when he brought the food, so instead of tucking into my meal, I had to get up and follow him to the till so I could pay with a laser card. It was the last I saw of our server...will never try this restaurant again!

Monicelt
Oct 14, 2008

McDonagh's Seafood Bar: Seafood Bar

Small and busy (but that's the charm!), fresh seafood, bustling with tourists in the High Street. The name over the door is in the Gaelic. McDonagh's Seafood Bar.

Favorite Dish Anything here is great! Have a glass of white wine.

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highlandlaura
May 31, 2008
 
 
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Martines winebar: A very safe bet

It would be fair to say that eating out in Galway is not one of the world’s cheaper experiences. At least Martines wine bar offers a reliably high standard of food at the upper end of the mid-market. It’s not fine dining, but it is a real cut above the ‘pub grub’ served by most establishments. Starters average about 8-9 euro and mains around 15-25. Therefore reckon on about 50 euro a head with a sweet and a drink. They do some set menu’s as well which will help limit the price to about half of that.

A friend of mine was most impressed with the friendly service. Even when they has a little ‘hic-up’, they dealt with well. The restaurant had doubled booked a table, so the party at the table were politely asked if they wouldn’t mind having their sweet seated at the bar. The place threw in some complimentary Irish coffee as a thank-you. Everybody was happy !

Favorite Dish Two starters really caught my eye here : ‘Local and fresh’ are always two good words to look for, and in Galway that means stuff that is hauled out of the Atlantic Ocean. The Galway bay oysters are harvested from Clarenbridge and are served ‘Au natural’. I had to enquire weather the menu was referring to seafood or the waiting staff.

The second dish of note is their most expensive starter : A selection of fine fish – Scampi. Salmon, silver hake and mussels with vegetables in a rich tomato sauce and served with brown bread. It’s basically an upmarket seafood chowder – and at 16 euro it should be !

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sourbugger
Apr 28, 2008

Conlon's Seafood Restaurant: Alternative to Mc Donagh's

Conlon's used to be a very reasonable upscale fish&chips restaurant, but since my first visit 1999, prices have increased beyond any measure repeating in small what goes for much of Ireland in general. At this price level, no alternative for McDonagh's.

Favorite Dish Anything with fresh salmon

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RhineRoll
Oct 29, 2006

Couch Potatas: Quick, filling meals.

This is a restaurant that focuses on baked potatoes. There are a lot of variants and all the prices are very reasonable. 8 euro for a full, but (though it doesn’t say it on the menu) you can ask for a half portion. The restaurant is pretty small, so it might be a good idea to call ahead.

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leplaya
Jul 20, 2006

The Quays Restaurant: Try the Aran Seafood Platter

Located right next to the pub of he same name this restaurant served traditional Irish dishes and also burgers, chicken, and finger foods. I had the Aran Seafood platter and it was a mix of cold seafood dishes that featured smoked salmon, mussells, and seafood salads. It was very tasty.

Favorite Dish Even though I loved my meal my wife ordered the Irish Stew and I'm glad I tried it. The lamb was cooked just right and it wasn't too heavy.

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Jun 06, 2005
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"A walk around Galway"
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"The Far West of Europe"
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"GALWAY"
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"Galway ~ City of Tribes"
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Skeffington Arms: Carvery Lunch

Pretty good cafeteria style carvery lunches here in a very elegant, very roomy, old-fashioned bar. Nice fireplace, lighting, and wood ornamentation. The only difficulty is finding the food-- if you aren't familiar with carvery lunches, you might wait a long time for someone to tell you that don't place your order at the bar. Instead, you go to a room all the way in the back to buy the food and carry it over to the bar.

Favorite Dish I had lamb with mashed potatoes, carrots and gravy. Surprisingly good for a pub lunch.

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Jennyjump79
Dec 08, 2004

The King's Head: The King's Head

Good food, especially lunches. Cozy rooms, pool tables upstairs, Sports Bar at the rear of establishment. Sit at outside tables and enjoy your Irish coffee.
Here we see Roni seated on the Royal throne with Linda and myself as her attendants.

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highlandlaura
Oct 05, 2004

MC NAMARAS RESTAURANT ,...

MC NAMARAS RESTAURANT , friendly and beautiful stuffs !!
The Quality has beenvery good and the price also , 7,50 EURO .
You can get also the STEW for the doubble price .

Favorite Dish Their you can get the IRIRISH STEW , I ve eaten it 3 times , and this one has been the best .

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RitchiS1
Dec 04, 2003

McDonagh's: McDonagh's

This is a fine seafood restaurant in Galway city with a very old tradition. You get good value for money and they have a rather extensive menu. I've had better mussels in other restaurant's though.

Favorite Dish Fish soup

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Deefstes
Feb 26, 2003

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