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Quay Cottage
The Harbour, Westport, Co. Mayo (Map west - C9)
Phone: +353 (0)98 26412   Fax: +353 (0)98 28120  
Price: Expensive  
Opening Times: Open daily (evenings only)  

Quay Cottage is probably the best restaurant in Westport, and advance booking is essential. Located on the harbour, 2km outside Westport town, it’s a charming stone cottage with friendly staff; the food is superb. They specialise in seafood, but the menu caters for meat and vegetarian options.


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Rio Sol
Bridge Street, Westport, Co. Mayo (Map west - C9)

Price: Moderate  

Friendly Italian restaurant serving good food at moderate prices.


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Towers Restaurant
The Harbour,Westport, Co. Mayo (Map west - C9)

Price: Expensive  

In Westport Harbour, which is 2 km outside Westport town, Towers Restaurant is busy andexcellent. Great seafood.


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Archway Restaurant
Victoria Place, off Eyre Square, Galway. (Map galwaycityl11o13 - 011)
Phone: +353 (0)91 563693   Fax: +353 (0)91 563074  
Price: Expensive  
Opening Times: Tues - Sat Lunch and Dinner. Closed Sun and Mon. For Bank Hol Mon: open Sun, closed Tues.  

This small restaurant is hidden away in a little lane off Eyre Square but if you can find it, it’s well worth it. In a modern Irish style, the standard is really excellent, and the friendly staff and professional service add to the experience: a bit expensive, but this is the place to treat yourself.


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Da Tang Noodle House
Middle Street, Galway (Map galwaycityl11o13 - N11)
Phone: +353 (0)91 561443  
Price: Inexpensive  
Opening Times: Open daily for lunch 12.30 - 15.00, dinner 17.30 - 22.30  

Wholesome and filling egg noodle dishes and very reasonably-priced, in the centre of Galway near Quay Street.


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Kirbys
Cross Street, Galway. (Map galwaycityl11o13 - N11)
Phone: +353 (0)91 569404  
Price: Moderate  
Opening Times: Opn daily for lunch12.30 - 14.30 and dinner17.00 - 22.30  

Located in the heart of Galway, next to Quay Street, Kirbys is a new and very popular restaurant. In a general modern Irish/European style with a varied menu, good wine list; priced moderate to expensive.


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Kirwans Lane
Kirwans Lane, Quay Street, Galway. (Map galwaycityl11o13 - N11)

Price: Expensive  

One of the best and most popular restaurants in Galway, Kirwan’s Lane is very professionally run, yet at the same time has a friendly bistro atmosphere, great food and attentive service. Modern Irish style. Book well in advance.


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McDonagh’s Seafood House
22 Quay Street, Galway (Map galwaycityl11o13 - N12)
Phone: +353 (0)91 565001   Fax: +353 (0)91 562246  
Price: Moderate  
Opening Times: Mon - Sat 12:00 - 24:00, Sun 17:00 - 23:00  

Located in Galway’s busy Quay Street, the McDonagh family have run a successful Fish Shop and Restaurant for generations. TheSeafood Bar is really superb, offering a range of fresh fish daily, while the cheaper Fish and Chip Bar offers meals from IR£3.50


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Milano
Middle Street, Galway. (Map galwaycityl11o13 - N11)

Price: Moderate  

Located on Middle Sreeet, which is a bit quieter than nearby Quay Street, Milano is one of the reliable Milano restaurant chain, serving up excellent pizza and pasta dished at reasonable prices.


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The Latin Quarter
Quay Street, Galway (Map galwaycityl11o13 - M11)

Price: Inexpensive  

Located in the middle of busy Quay Street, theLatin Quarter is a small and friendly cafe-restaurant, serving snacks and lunches; mediterranean-style cooking.


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The Malt House
Old Malt Mall, High Street, Galway (Map galwaycityl11o13 - N11)
Phone: +353 91 567866  
Price: Moderate  
Opening Times: Open for lunch and dinner, Mon - Sat.  

Very popular with the locals, the Malt House is always busy,serving excellent meals in a traditional-Irish style with some modern influences; seafood is very good here.


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Destrys Restaurant
Main Street, Clifden, Co. Galway (Map west - B10)
Phone: +353 (0)95 21722  
Price: Moderate  
Opening Times: Open for lunch and dinner.  

Modern-Irish cooking with plenty of other influences, especially Asian, the menu is always interesting here. Very popular , so book in advance. In summer, they do two evening sittings, 19.00 and 21.00


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Drimcong House
Moycullen, Co. Galway (Map west - D11)
Phone: +353 (0)91 555115  
Price: Moderate  
Opening Times: Open evenings Tues - Sat  

This is the best restaurant in Ireland (in our opinion). Drimcong House is in its own grounds just outside Moycullen, close enough to drive from Galway. Run by the hospitable Galvin family, they organically grow on the land much of the produce for the kitchen, the food is excellent in a modern-Irish style, and reasonably-priced for this standard. Good vegetarian and young-peoples options. We heard a rumour they might retire soon, so do phone in advance.


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Erriseask House
Ballyconneely, Co. Galway (Map west - B10)
Phone: +353 (0)95 23553  
Price: Expensive  
Opening Times: Open for dinner daily, Easter - Oct.  

This is a really marvellous restaurant (and hotel) located on a remote headland where seals laze around on the rocks and the only sound is of singing larks. The food is superb; there’s also a Menu Degustation for those who really want to indulge.


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Lynch’s Coffee House
Market Street, Clifden (Map west - B10)

Price: Inexpensive  

This busy cafe-restaurant is open all day serving good-value counter-service meals.


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O’Grady’s Seafood Restaurant
Market Street, Clifden, Co. Galway (Map west - B10)
Phone: +353 (0)95 21450  
Price: Expensive  
Opening Times: Open for lunch and dinner Mon- Sat  

The most established restaurant in town and probably the best, O’Grady’s is always busy. The decor and service are quite old-fashioned, while the food is excellent in a modern-Irish style, specialising in seafood but plenty of alternatives, with generous portions.


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Rock Glen Country House
Ballyconneely Road, Clifden, Co. Galway (Map west - B10)
Phone: +353 (0)95 21035   Fax: +353 (0)95 21737  
Price: Expensive  

A few kilometres south of Clifden on the Ballyconneely Road, Rock Glen Country House is a superb place set in its own grounds, quiet and relaxing. The restaurant serves food in a modern-Irish style with emphasis on seafood. Rock Glen is also an excellent Guesthouse.


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White Gables
Mocullen, Co. Galway. (Map west - D11)
Phone: +353 (0)91 555744  
Price: Expensive  
Opening Times: Open daily 19.00 - 22.00; SUn lunch 12.30 - 15.00. Closed Mon in Winter and from Christmas - mid Feb.  

Located in the village of Moycullen, 20 minutes drive north along the River Corrib from Galway, White Gables is one of the best restaurants in the county. A bit expensive, but good value for the high standard of cooking (especially seafood); very friendly and welcoming.


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The Tea Room
Westport, Co. Mayo (Map west - C9)

Cafe, Price: Inexpensive  

You will find the Tea Room by the smells of Lavazza and fresh baking; the perfect place to relax and read the local papers.


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Bridge Mills
Bridge Street, Galway. (Map galwaycityl11o13 - M11)

Cafe, Price: Inexpensive  

This converted stone mill is just over the bridge after Shop Street. Reasonably-priced with good coffee and baking, also provides more substantial lunch dishes. On fine days, the tables are moved outside to the terrace overlooking the river.


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