We wanted a bite of pizza and ravioli and were not disappointed. We also got the bread and olives to start, which was just what we were craving.
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Service was excellent but found the menu very lacking and overpriced for the quality of food we received. Wine prices too high!
Wonderful little italian themed place that was busy and very lively. I had some lamb bolognese over bow ties and it was very flavorful and filling. daughter had some pumpkin ravioli and a very nice butter sauce. Nice place, just a little weird that they...More
Small attractive spot with really great food. Despite being crowded we did not have to wait too long for a table on a busy Saturday night, The staff were very attentive and well informed and seemed to go out of their way to ensure our...More
This was a lovely italian recommended by a friend and it did not disappoint us. From the starter to the mains it was tasty italian food. Only downside we were not offered deserts the staff took a while to come back after the main course....More
Stopped in here for lunch on a tour of the Cliffs of Moher and decided that pizza sounded good on a cold and rainy day. It was bland and covered in runny sauce. The wait staff was very friendly and attentive so that helped and...More
In Galway you can find pizza in several price ranges, from fine dining to humble takeaways. But this place on the main pedestrian Quay Street is a blend of both. The outdoor and indoor seating areas were packed with local shoppers and families on a...More
This is a fantastic restaurant....the food is absolutely superb (especially the mussels), the service was both friendly and fast, the wine was excellent and the location is ideal. If you are in Galway, give this brilliant restaurant a go...
We visited this restaurant on Wednesday so there was no problem to get a table. Restaurant is nicely decorated. Food was really good. Pizza's were nice and Linguine del Pescatore also. Tiramisu just good- must admit I tried better. Service mediocre. First thing: didn't expected...More
This review is in no way chronological to my trip to Galway reviews so it will be a bit back to front. This was, as suggested by the name, an Italian Trattoria. Originally we sat outside the evening being so beautiful but unfortunately right next...More