Myself and my boyfriend had this booked as the highlight of our trip to Galway since hearing about its Michelin star back in October and we were not disappointed. We ate on a Wednesday and were able to pick our table as we got in before the busy period. We opted to skip the starter but received a delicious amuse bouche to begin and the very knowledgable sommelier helped us pick a lovely, relatively inexpensive wine from the list. I had the pork belly, which was absolutely incredible - not a huge dish but delicious. For dessert we shared the rose and beetroot parfait, which was quite sweet but not overpowering, and the goats cheese and pear with spruce which was delicious. To end, even though we skipped the coffee, we were served some homemade fudge, marshmallow and biscuits which were a perfect finish to the meal.
Overall, while on the slightly expensive side (mains were 30+) it was worth the price as the food is prepared in such a loving and flavoursome way. Even the simple side dish of Irish potatoes were incredible and the service was attentive but not fussy. One of the best meals I've ever had.
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