Going to mcdonagh for years love the food. Part of the history of galway. Could be the best chip shop in Ireland
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Apparently doesn't operate a reservation system so we queued for 20 mins to get a seat. The menu is a bit limited but the daily catch fish was absolutely fresh, and beautifully cooked and presented. Service was pleasant and prices not extravagant. 6 oysters 10...More
This is the best placefor fresh fish. Great portions and the best cod and hake. A family run place. Does takeaway as well and Is usually packed but worth the wait
One of the best fish and chip meals that I had. A little pricey but the fish was really nice and fresh, chips seems to be made out of real potato. Nice for a short break to just grab a bite and you're ready to...More
For uncomplicated dining in Galway City McDonagh's is the spot. I always visit when I'm up there and even though it is usually busy with a queue out the door the food is worth the wait. It is nice to be able to sit and...More
Admittedly, I ate here twice during my 3-day stay in Galway. What I particularly enjoyed was that in addition to the classics, they offered variations such as salmon and chips and haggis. Great casual environment on Quay street.
Best fish and chips in Ireland. I choose to sit in the restaurant section and was greeted by a friendly and helpful waitress who was able to answer all questions regarding the food. I tried the oysters for a starter and baked cod for the...More