Reviews on Irish food in Swinford, Province of Connacht, Ireland including The Gateway Hotel, Campbell's Lounge, Poacher's Restaurant, Light House Diner & Catering, Foxford Woollen Mills Cafe, The Market Cafe, Susie's Bistro, Cellar Restaurant
5 based on 25 reviews
The multi-award winning Cellar Restaurant with its archways and vaulted ceilings, is located in the old kitchens of the house. Dining is elegant and classical with service unparalleled ensuring complete relaxation. Cuisine is in the classical French style
We returned to Cellar Restaurant in the Step House yesterday for our wedding anniversary. The experience exceeded expectations (which were high to begin with). The food was exquisite, every dish a triumph. Great portions, wonderfully flavoursome and innovative as ever. The service as friendly as we remembered it. We had a baby with us and the staff looked after him as well as us - serving him a complementary baby bowl etc. A veritable fine dining experience at a mid-range price (â¬27 for 3 courses). The Christmas decorations looked as classy as ever too. It was a delight to return and I wish the Coady family the very best with the business. We will certainly be back again in 2019.
Susie's Bistro serves homecooked food in a friendly & cosy atmosphere. Open from 9am offering Breakfast, Lunch right through to dinner. Takeaway options available as well as a catering service
excellent food great coffee - there are not enough words available to describe this wonderful dining experience so very lucky to have found this great bistro - looking forward to working my way through the menu!!Thank you so much for your kind review.. We are glad you enjoyed it & hope to see you again soon.. Susie x
4 based on 51 reviews
Popped in here for lunch as it is on the main route fron Galway to Sligo.It is a lovely, quaint and quirky cafe with a good atmosphere and friendly staff. The food, however, is slipping in quality from previous visits and the salad was tired and old. The menu is simple and could really use a little imagination. My tuna melt was little more than factory brown sliced bread with some stuff in it. Come on guys, how about a slice of wholemeal bread with grilled cheese on top and some farm house relish. I expect more from Ireland's vaunted Farm Fresh produce. This is a nice friendly spot and could be so much better. Finally, please fix the WC, one loo and no flush is just not acceptable!We'll try again, one more time!
4 based on 155 reviews
Our Restaurant is situated within the historic Foxford Woollen Mills overlooking the river Moy in Co Mayo. We serve a variety of healthy homemade food. Our beef is 100% Irish and where possible all our meat and vegetables are locally sourced. Our breads,
Work your way through the shop upstairs to the cafe ( if you can avoid being distracted by the beautiful books and goodies on sale). It is a beautiful space with thought put into the layout and original touches perhaps remaining from the original factory workrooms, wood panelling and signage.I ordered the fishcakes which came with a little bit of every salad, an excellent macchiato and a slice of the seasonal fruit tart. I opted for rhubarb but there was a selection.I had a 4 hour drive ahead of me so this little cafe was well worth the detour, fresh and delicious with a helping of heart.Highly recommended
The staff are very friendly. The place is clean.This cafe serves traditional home cooked food.All the prices are reasonable any time I've here it's not very busy.
4 based on 41 reviews
A huge tasty breakfast with my Friends on a Saturday morning heading to Belmullet to do some surfing and windsurfing.White and black pudding,rashers,sausages,beans and toast and some eggs! we were so full we could barely walk back to the car which was only 20 steps away and the friendly staff made sure we were well looked after and kept topping up our coffee. Highly recommended.
4 based on 58 reviews
Liam and Jackie have done well through the years to keep the standard of service,food and drink at a good and affordable level.Lunch or and evening meal is great value.A pity this place does not open on Mondays and Tuesdays particularly during the summer months.Worth a visit. Thanks for the great review we appreciate your kind comments. We are open on Tuesdays for the summer. Jackie does all the cooking so she likes having Mondays off to recharge the batteries.
4 based on 90 reviews
The market town of Swinford in County Mayo provides a bustling setting for the easy-going charm of the family-run Gateway Hotel. The hotel's relaxed and welcoming Bar serves delicious home cooked food daily from 7.30am to 9pm. From full Irish breakfasts a
How cute is this town!? Swinford is adorable and this restaurant in the hotel was outstanding. We were rolling down one of the main roads (N5)and my wife was looking for "restaurants nearby" on TripAdvisor app. We chose this place. We came in the afternoon, we may have been the last people to partake of an amazing buffet. The mashed potatoes, cauliflower the meat, everything was delicious, and you are NOT leaving hungry! The quality and quantity of food here was just an amazing value. My son ordered hot wings, they were great too. This much incredible, home-cook'in, stick to your ribs food cost us 64 euros, 6 people!! This may have been the best bang for our buck our entire trip. The waitresses were sweet too. If you're between Castlebar and Sligo, do yourself a big favor, and make the the stop to the Gateway Hotel Restaurant in Swinford.
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