Food special: A taste of the City of the Tribes

The city and county of Galway offer a huge range of great places to eat. Gillian Nelis rounds up some of her favourites

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
13th November, 2016
Kai, Sea Road, Galway city

Jess and David Murphy’s restaurant on Sea Road is a haven of great food, warm service and general good vibes. The focus is on flavour and fun, with lunch dishes such as buttermilk and panko-coated pollock fish fingers served with a kohlrabi and cucumber salad (€12.50), and a simple green soup with great homemade bread for a fiver.

Dinner might start with a John Dory and gin crudo (€8.50), then continue with monkfish,...

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