And soup and bread. Ate here twice for lunch. Loved it. Delicious food in attractive and historic if small place. Attentive service. Highly recommend.
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What a find. Very friendly staff, a quaint stone building beside the water. Small inside & busy but it doesn't matter because the food/drinks/desert is so good it is worth it. The staff & customers are all jolly & accommodating to the coziness. Treat yourself.
A little piece of Scandinavia in Galway. Came here for a delicious relaxing brunch on a rainy day. They have a good mix of traditional breakfast items but I regret not coming for dinner. Make sure to get a reservation because it gets packed.
Here's a sampling of the words that came out of my mouth while eating the beans on toast (with sausage) this morning: "Oh my God this is good", "This is incredible", *deep gutteral noises of pleasure*, "Best thing I've eaten on this trip, maybe ever"......More
On your way to Ardbia you will pass 60 restaurants on this lovely pedestrian street . Plenty of buskers .Some good some trying hard. Go to Ardbia first. Great location, service was fun. And the food ,creative ,local sourced, and delicious. The beef was off...More
Our tour guide said it would be great. Then he said it again. Then a third time at the end of our tour. All right, already. We entered the most charming of dining spots, were catered to by a wonderful wait staff, served incredibly delicious...More
Our daughter had recommended this restaurant to us and said, " it's quirky , in a great setting, with interesting food and great staff ". I'm pleased to say that's exactly how I would recommend it to anyone. These guys have a great product that...More