Find out what American restaurants to try in Moycullen. Moycullen (Irish: Maigh Cuilinn) is a Gaeltacht village in County Galway, Ireland, about 10 km (7 mi) northwest of Galway city. It is near Lough Corrib, on the N59 road to Oughterard and Clifden, in Connemara. Moycullen is now a satellite town of Galway with most residents commuting to the city for work, school, and business.
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We dropped in here when in the area on a clear & crisp December day for lunch. We were nicely surprised at the variety available in the middle of Winter in such a quiet area. The quality was excellent, freshly made & very nicely presented by a lovely friendly waitress. We would definitely drop in here again when in the area.
4 based on 245 reviews
Scotty's is a friendly,casual restaurant with an emphasis on American comfort food.Our business motto is "Serious Food, Genuine Hospitality". Scotty is passionate about burgers so this is the place to come if you want juicy,100% Pure Galway beef burgers (
We went to Scottyâs for dinner. It was worth the trip. The restaurant is a bit out of the way but the food was heavenly. The burgers were excellent and the wings were the best Iâve had in Ireland. The chips were lovely and the burgers were cooked perfectly. Iâm sorry we didnât have room for desert. The desert menu makes a great spot for dessert and coffee or tea.
4 based on 200 reviews
BoTOWN serves craft burgers, beers and wine in a cosy and intimate setting in the heart of Galway's West End. Bubbles and brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 2pm. The protected structure has been fully restored by local lads Frank and David. The
This was my first visit to BoTown and I will be back. I had the Smokey burger option and it was very good, perfectly cooked. The chips were great also. The service was quick and friendly and as it was early evening we didn't have long to wait.Delighted you enjoyed your time with us Pete! I'm just gutted I wasn't there to greet you myself but hopefully I'll catch you again soon. Thanks a million for dropping in and for taking the time to post a review. Be sure to spread the word around Drom and let us know if there's ever anything we can do for ye!
4 based on 253 reviews
Started by two friends who wanted to bring the taste of American style chili to Ireland, The Chili Shack started life as a little shack on wheels that toured around this fine Country and fed the masses at festivals. Now The Chili Shack Boys are bringing t
Iâve been coming to Chili Shack since the day they opened (literally) & they must be under new management because the most recent visit was not anywhere near the old standard. The man serving matter of factly told me that they wouldnât honour my loyalty card of 7 stamps because the new loyalty card has 12 stamps to get a free one. I said Iâve been coming here since the loyalty card had 5 stamps on it and the server told me âwell thatâs what the manager told us to doâ and the company was losing profit because staff were giving out 2/3 stamps per meal (idea: punish the misbehaving staff, not the paying customer). And apparently he was being super sound by giving me a stamp because my meal cost â¬6.50 and stamps are only for meals over â¬7.50, also a new rule. Cheers man. Staff in here used to be the charm of the place - youâd always be met with a smile and great service but the staff were abrupt and rude. They looked at me like I had ten heads when I asked for chili flakes which used to be standard. In fact, today was the first day ever Iâve seen chill shack empty at dinner time. Perhaps this is why. The prices have gone up and portion sizes decreased dramatically. Instead of chili on my rice and chips, I got a tiny spoon of rice, 1/2 handful of chips and chilli tucked in on the side which turned to mush when I had to mix it together. Food was sub-par comparing to old Chili Shack and lukewarm. Lots of your previously loyal customers told me it had gone down hill significantly but I decided to see for myself. Unfortunately they were right.
4 based on 471 reviews
I always enjoy eating here. There is a reason it will remind you of Johnny Rocketâs or Eddie Rocketâs! For American craving a taste of home, this is the place. Easy to find near Eyre Square. Burgers, hot dogs, fries, onion rings, shakes, etc. And American mustard, not English!
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