Midweek Galway City Eats

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Don’t fancy cooking this evening? Have no fear! 

Here are five Galway eats that won’t disappoint. So grab your mates and head to one of these top spots for some grub. 

DISCLAIMER: We can’t guarantee that you’ll ever want to cook again!

1. The Quay Street Kitchen
The Quay Street Kitchen
The Quay Street Kitchen

Nestled away in the middle of Quay Street, The Quay Street Kitchen is the perfect spot for a laid-back lunch in a cosy atmosphere. Their extensive menu boasts a plethora of dishes and really celebrates Irish produce. We’d recommend trying the potted crab or taking a look at the daily specials board. 

 

2. Pasta Factory Restaurant 
Pasta Factory
Pasta Factory

Pasta lovers, this one is for you! Pasta Factory Restaurant offers no-fuss, full of flavour fresh pasta. With an ever-changing menu that caters to dietary requirements, this place is perfect for fuelling up before a day of shopping. Our pick from the menu would have to be the Bolognese with Parmesan. Oh, and did we mention the serving plates are edible? You’ll have to eat it to believe it… 

3. Vocho 
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Vocho

A new addition to Forster Street, Vocho is Galway’s newest Mexican restaurant. This quick and casual eatery offers a range of burritos, nachos, and quesadillas. With mouth-watering fillings and sides, Vocho is the ideal venue for a late lunch with friends. We’d love to sample a Cha Cha Quesidilla with Zesty Salsa and all the fillings! 

4. Brasserie On The Corner
Brasserie On The Corner
Brasserie On The Corner

If you’re seeking a relaxed and intimate dining experience, you should definitely head to Brasserie On The Corner to sample their delicious offerings. A perfect place to dine with family and friends, Brasserie’s menu includes starters and light bites, mains, desserts and more. The Classic Sandwich with a cup of soup is the perfect comforting lunch. 

5. Hooked 
Hooked
Hooked

Hooked is a fish restaurant in Galway’s Westend. Opened in 2014, they have created a comforting atmosphere that promotes a sense of togetherness whilst dining. The modern maritime theme flows throughout the location and combined with the beautiful smells of cooking, creates a feast for the senses. Our lunch recommendation has got to be the seafood chowder. Hands down it’s the best we’ve ever tried!

Bon appétit!

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