Ard Bia at Nimmos
Preporučuju 52 lokalca · Procjenjuje se da je cijena 2 od 4 ·
O ovom mjestu
Head for the Spanish Arch (featured on all Galway maps) and the restaurant is right behind it. Upstairs available for private bookings
Quirky and lovely. Beautiful food, can be a bit pricey though, but fantastic location
This restaurant is renowned for the quality of its lunches and dinners. If you have been duly impressed by the food, the restaurant has its own cookery book for purchase.
Festive cafe/restaurant with a quirky interior, serving creative Irish dishes with global pzazz...
Brekfast & lunch & dinner - I just love them for authentic fresh food and great cosy atmosphere.
Our favourite - brilliant any time of day but we especially love brunch at this spot
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“This is one of my favourite restaurants whether its lunch, dinner or a large group gathering. Great food Great wine Great fun!”
- Preporučuje 65 lokalaca
“Excellent tapas and wine bar. One of the best restaurants in Galway the food is superb. I would recommend booking in advance. ”
- Preporučuje 25 lokalaca
“One of Galway's most famous bars in the heart of the city. Full of interesting books and crannies and a great atmosphere.”
- Preporučuje 70 lokalaca
“Downstairs there is a very good standard deli which serves soup and sandwiches and coffee, perfect for when your on the go there is also a shop which sells lots of Galway and Irish produce. Upstairs there is a restaurant which has a fantastic window view of Shop St and most of all has delicious food.”
- Preporučuje 35 lokalaca
“www.galwaycitymuseum.ie Its FREE!!!! Overlooking the famous Spanish Arch, where the River Corrib meets Galway Bay, Galway City Museum provides an opportunity learn more about Galway’s history. The museum presents a wide variety of permanent exhibitions for adults and children ranging from Prehistoric and Medieval Galway to the 1916 revolution, The Great War and sporting history through the GAA. Interactive exhibits include SeaScience for Children on the top floor and the 3D Pictorial Map display of Galway in 1651 on the ground floor. Other highlights include the Galway Civic Sword and Great Mace, the statue of Padraic Ó Conaire and a traditional sailing vessel or Galway Hooker, named ‘Máirtín Oliver’, which was specially commissioned for the Museum. The views from the top floor of the Claddagh and Galway Bay alone are reason enough to visit. Opening hours are from Tuesday to Saturday, 10am until 5pm. Free admission.”
- Preporučuju 53 lokalca