Here Are 7 Of The Best Brunch Spots In Galway

Here Are 7 Of The Best Brunch Spots In Galway

If you find yourself lazing around Galway and are feeling a but peckish, brunch should be on the cards. Brunch is the perfect marrying of breakfast and lunch, and is an activity that has blown up in recent years.

There are some amazing spots to grab a bite to eat in Galway, so we've decided to round up our favourites. Whether you're into a full Irish, poached eggs or fluffy pancakes, these spots have something for everyone.

1. Corrib House Tea Rooms 

Located at Waterside, Woodquay, this place does Eggs Benedict like no other. Sure it got a mention in the Telegraph travel section, so it must be great.

2. High Café 


If you're looking for a Mediterranean hit, this is the place for you. Located on High Street in The Latin Quarter, their falafal plate for €8.50 will make your mouth water.

Because calories don't count outside your zip code... #firstcourse #foodporn

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3. Ard Bia

This is a hipster's paradise. Feast your eyes on their poached eggs with field mushroom and Toonsbridge halloumi or else try their delectable French toast. We guarantee you'll be back for more.

Mezze with halloumi by the brilliant @miks_solid

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4. Pura Vida

This is the place to go for a mouth-watering fry. With views of Spanish Arch, it's a people watchers paradise. They also do fresh juice to order if you're trying to go for a healthier option.

5. Kai

This place constantly changes its menu to keep up with seasons and you can taste the difference. Featuring dishes like Spicy harissa beef "Sloppy Joe" on Al's focaccia bun with zesty slaw and West Coast crab salad with poppy seed, cucumbers, avocado mayo, potato and a cheddar scone, it's a place to go if you want something different.

Irish pancakes + good company = happy Kat

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6. 56 Central

Located on Galway's busiest street, 56 Central does proper old-school meals well. Much on their Cajun chicken melt or their fresh tomato and basil bruschetta.

Ooooooh delish #Cheatinn

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7. The Quay Street Kitchen

Also located on Quay Street, the Quay Street Kitchen is great for vegans and veggies alike. Serving grub like hummus plates, lamb shank, and bean burgers, this place has something for everyone.

@thequaystreetkitchen #lunch #healthy #tofu stir fry #gluten free #Galway

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