Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Spiddal, Province of Connacht, Ireland. Spiddal (Irish: An Spidéal, meaning "the hospital", Irish pronunciation: [ənˠ ˈsˠpʲɪdʲeːlˠ]) is a Gaeltacht village on the shore of Galway Bay in County Galway, Ireland. It is 18 km west of Galway city, on the R336 road. An Spidéal is on the eastern side of the county's Gaeltacht (Irish-speaking area) and of the Connemara region. It is a tourist centre with a scenic beach, harbour, and shore fishing.
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4 based on 191 reviews
1520 embraces all that is best about Galway, with a warm welcome to visiting guests and locals. Consistently offering an excellent experience for our customers, our guests are immersed in another world of warmth, conversation, laughter and fun. Savour hom
We recently visited this eatablishnent when visiting Galway and were happy with the service we received from the staff and with the food we had. I would recommend to eat here. My recommendation is to try the loaded fries you will not be let down afterwards. Hi Paulcomerford89,Thank you for taking the time to publish your positive review of 1520 Bar. The loaded fries are a customer favorite since we added them to our menu and we're really happy you enjoyed them, call in to see us next time your in Galway :)Kind Regards,James O'Neill,General Manager.
4 based on 396 reviews
Tigh Giblin will be taking a time out from Monday 11th February - 8th March in order to facilitate planned refurbishment. The works being implemented over the coming weeks would impact negatively on customerâs comfort. We look forward to welcoming you bac
We came to Ireland 20 years ago and found a pub with live local Irish music...and havenât had any luck finding more on subsequent trips until this little place. Clever menu, music on Monday and Wednesday by a lovely set of fellows who played for fun. Great time.
4 based on 408 reviews
Nice view, a favourite of mine when in the area, good food, one of the nicest smoked salmon I ever had!
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 284 reviews
A destination in its own right, The Pins is loved by locals and overnight guests alike. In addition to an incredible food menu there is an equally incredible selection of cocktails,beers and wines. The Pins is a great place to enjoy good coffees,breads 'j
Three of us called in on a busy Wednesday evening. We had to wait about twenty minutes for a table - no problem. We were seated as promised and the menu was outlined to us most efficiently.Very good variety on the menu and we settled for Battered Fish and Chips, The Fish Special of the evening which was Hake and finally Killary Mussels. Glasses of wine for the ladies and water for the driver. The food was really good and served perfectly. Coffees followed and we were satisfied. The one disappointing feature was the cost of the glasses of wine at â¬8.60 a glass, which seemed excessive. Remarkable and very surprising given our previous experiences in this area.
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