Find out what Irish restaurants to try in Loughrea. Loughrea (/lɒxˈreɪ/ lokh-RAY; Irish: Baile Locha Riach, meaning "town of the grey/ speckled lake") is a town in County Galway, Ireland. The town lies to the north of a range of wooded hills, the Slieve Aughty Mountains, and the lake from which it takes its name. The town is also famous for its cathedral (see Loughrea Cathedral) which dominates the town's skyline. The town has increased in population in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Although the town also serves as a commuter town for the city of Galway, it retains its vibrancy as an independent market town.
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Outside it says "traditional Irish food". This was my first visit to Sizzlers. I ordered vegetable spring rolls and the special - "Mixed Grill". The spring rolls were (obviously from frozen) tiny, very crispy and fried/grilled on one side. Very little inside the hard casing and the whole lot laced with cumin and covered in an ugly brown sauce.The Mixed Grill comprised the usual sausage, bit of bacon, pudding, bits of chicken, bit of steak and an egg. The entire collection was burned to a cinder/cremated and barely edible. Even the egg was as hard as a piece of rubber. Yet again the brown sauce and the whole meal smelling of an Asian concoction. I have eaten mixed grills for the past 50 years and this goes down as the worst ever! I like Asian food sometimes but did not expect it here where it says "Traditional Irish Food". The restaurant obviously can't decide if it is Asian or European/Irish.
Supermacâs restaurant in Loughrea is located on Main Street in the town centre. The restaurant incorporates a Papa Johnâs pizza outlet and offers a local pizza delivery service to the Loughrea area. Supermacâs family restaurant is open daily and free WiFi
Good food and well presented.Affordable snacks and fresh portions delivered.We enjoy coming here as a family. The pizzas are exceptional and very tasteful. Very good value for money.
4 based on 13 reviews
Situated in the village of Kilchreest, about 4 miles from Loughrea, on the Gort road, the Village Inn is an ideal venue for great food & drink. Home-made country-style food is served daily (9am to 8pm)in our clean, bright dining room. Most major sporting
Great home cooking at very reasonable costs.This place serves bar food at its best.Had a two course meal here with my wife and could not have enjoyed the food any more than eating in a quality hotel. The prices at this place for the quality and amount of food served is excellent.
4 based on 23 reviews
New hotel on outskirts of town
We had a family day out and decided to eat at this restaurant. Everything was gorgeous, everyone throughly enjoyed their food. There was plenty to eat and it was great value. The bar is comfortable and cosy and the staff were great. I would highly recommend a visit!
4 based on 36 reviews
Ate breakfast here last Saturday. Usual great welcome, service and food! Great operation, super staff and excellent freshly prepared, to order, food. Great atmosphere. Families having a weekend treat, breakfast out, fries, Cokes. Lovely to see. Practically everybody is a local. And still, visitors are made feel immediately welcome. One, small quibble, the till needs a full time attendant. Too slow.
4 based on 138 reviews
Just had family dinner and I have to say service was excellent .Food was beautifully presented and served with efficiency .Now we were a party of nine adults and five kids .The waitress Mary prioritised the kids first which is such a bonus when one is having dinner .once they got food there was peace . Adult meals were top notch and I have to say it was very pleasant evening and thank you to all chefs and resraurant staff ..Well done .
4 based on 188 reviews
We've been eating our big meal in the late afternoon and found a hot salmon dish with vegetables , soup, salads. My friend has gluten intolerance and I eat low carb for diabetes - we ate well here
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