Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Moycullen, Province of Connacht, Ireland. 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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4 based on 1359 reviews
As a family we have lived and worked on Quay street since 1902 and have a long history of looking after customers with Martine having worked in Margaret Mc Donagh fish shop across the road (McDonagh's Seafood Bar) at a very young age. This tradition was p
This restaurant came highly recommended by our host and fortunately we booked as it was packed. The food was delicious plate sizes were ample and a great staff. Highly recommended
5 based on 193 reviews
Donât review often but simply have to do so for Hallorans. Had the nicest meal Iâve had in a very long time there last evening. Food delicious , service fantastic and very reasonably priced. 10 out of 10 Hallorans. Three very happy customers. Will be back
4 based on 471 reviews
Average is a bit harsh maybe and clearly the food here isnât bad and the staff are friendly and on-the-ball but I left feeling disappointed overall.Itâs Asian fusion which is largely a twist on Thai which for a main left me with a disappointing Pad Thai ( under seasoned and a bit boring although with all the right ingredients ). I shared two starters and I felt they both had the same issue of being underwhelming.My fellow dinners would certainly give a better rating for their dishes Iâm sure.
4 based on 823 reviews
I went there with my elderly parents. The service was really great. They made my parents feel very special. The cold seafood and fish platter was really good as well as the fish. Their home made brown bread made with molasses and nuts was the best bread we have tasted in ages. We commented this to our water and as we were leaving they gave my mother a loaf wrapped in clingfilm, so that she can eat it at home in the coming days. That was a really nice touch.
4 based on 1343 reviews
After I heard just praises from my colleagues,me and my husband decided to try this place out! Great decoration, cosy atmosphere, super location, friendly & professional staff( Siobhan- was our waitress for the evening, really energetic and knowledgeable about their specials),and the FOOD!!!!! To die for! We had 2 starters and 1 main // that we could try more dishes plus have desserts tooall experience was amazing and value for money!!!! We will be back.
4 based on 1979 reviews
One of Galway's most enduring restaurants, housed in one of the city's most iconic restaurant spaces, Ard Bia has always placed as much emphasis on community experiences and aesthetic stimulation as on serving great food in a fun environment. We believe i
We stopped into this charming little restaurant located on the water just past the Spanish Arch on a rainy afternoon and inquired about dinner, making our reservation. Our meals were excellent, fresh and the proportions perfects. Hopefully, I will return to Galway again, and this will definitely be on my list!
4 based on 753 reviews
Went to this restaurant last night because of Trip Advisor and we are glad we did. They took a reservation because we were 6 people. Food was terrific. Between us all we had mussels, oysters, fried calamari, monk fish, catch of the day and pasta with all kinds of seafood. Everything was great. Prices were extremely reasonable. They had a great bottle of Malbec which a lot of places donât have.
4 based on 760 reviews
Had a delicious meal here. Portions were great, good price value, fresh fresh food. Sauces not too heavy, recommend roast chicken if they have it or the darn of salmon. Wine list is reasonably priced. Staff seemed a little overwhelmed, we waited about 30 minutes for our check, but food was prompt.Warm and inviting decor, beautiful patio if weather permits.
4 based on 1157 reviews
Impromptu Midweek meal out, we were seated upstairs overlooking the bay. Glorious view!! Utterly delicious fresh prawns, hake and plaice with generous portion of homemade breads, chips, potatoes and vegetables on the side. Friendly subtle service throughout. Too full to do anything but look at the dessert menu. A great reason to come back again!
4 based on 395 reviews
Serving the Galway community for over twenty years, White Gables specialises in traditional cooking with a modern flair. Visitors to this atmospheric restaurant are guaranteed the greatest experience in every way: service, comfort, hospitality and plenty
Went here with my husband and parents for a celebratory meal and was very impressed. To be honest I expected it to be good but not to rival some of its rivals in the city centre. I was wrong. From arrival to leaving staff were so attentive without being to forward and the food was amazing. The free taxi service and rewards card are also a very nice touch.
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