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If you are looking for the real deal fish and chips you must stop in at McDonagh's in Galway.
After a day of sightseeing and an evening in the pubs the fish and chips with a side of mushy peas really hit the spot.
we dropped in for a quick bite. the breast of chicken and chips were excellent. portions are very large. best chips we have eaten in ages. staff were friendly and very courteous
excellent value, will be back.
BEST FISH AND CHIPS IN GALWAY. Fantastic place to go for some nice food and good atmosphere the food is very high quality and the staff are very kind. The portions are huge aswell! This isnt exactly fine dining but it is deffianetly value for...More
Not a fancy place. You place your order and they serve you at a picnic table. Had the fish and chips and it was the best we had had in Galway. A place that is frequented by the locals so that tells it all.
Visit this place quite often, the sea food here is 2nd to none, real is the best fresh yummy seafood in the while of co. Galway. Great for a quick bite to eat or a nice get together dinner. 110% all round.
I've eaten 3 nights in a row at Mc Donaghs and I can assure you they really look after your needs, the staff are very friendly and accommodating. This is in Galway, not in Dublin, 2 hour drive from there (wild atlantic... More
I've eaten 3 nights in a row at Mc Donaghs and I can assure you they really look after your needs, the staff are very friendly and accommodating. This is in Galway, not in Dublin, 2 hour drive from there (wild atlantic coast).
As it always happens with food allergies, it depends on the severity of them. I'm lactose intolerant (medium severity) and I had to take my lactase pills before any meal in Ireland (batters, most bread and most dishes do contain dairy).
So my pieces of advice, not only at Mc Donaghs but everywhere in IE, are:
-have him have his lactase pills before any meal (if you don't have them with you, Holland & Barrett sell them and they're easy to find)
-ask for grilled fish/seafood (not fried, not battered)
-stay away from bread at restaurants
-always check their allergen list (available in most restaurants).
Safe travels and enjoy beautiful Eyre