This cafe closed recently. What a loss to Galway city!! It served the best, most reasonably priced breakfast in town
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Nice home cooking, when you get a coffee you got a free refill. Was so sad to see this place was closing & new restaurant opening up here as end of an era. Could have a nice dinner, or coffee/tea & sweet treats..The owner/manager was...More
My last 2 visits have been poor to be honest. Carvery was much better! I had chicken for lunch on one visit, was ok, plain! Breakfast is a no no, bacon tasted off , as did the eggs.! Breakfast roll was also cold after 5...More
I came with my son for breakfast,the food was not great to be honest, The order was wrong twice, and it wasn't that busy, would have helped had she written the order down instead of trying to remember it. The tea pots were old and...More
I came here when all the other cafes were packed out and busy, you don't really know it's around because you have to go up some stairs but it's a bright calm and spacious place to stop for lunch. Friendly staff, but be warned their...More
According to our friend (who's a local), having breakfast here is something of a tradition. And it really is quite good. Full Irish breakfast recommended.
Popped into this cafe for a lite lunch, two couples having sandwiches and scones. All made to order very fresh, very tasty, very substantional.. The service was excellent.
First of all get a table near the front window. It's the best " people watching " spot in Galway with a great view of Shop Street and its historic buildings. Next order the breakfast. They have a unique " potato cake" best served with...More
it is not a bad place, sometimes food isn't always great. it is a bit of confusing when you walk in where to go, and there a long stairs up to it, not a bad place.
Lynch's had been a favorite while we were living in Ireland. For many years it was my "local" place to get a meal (as simple as tea and homemade scones or a full on dinner) in a most relaxed atmosphere. It has been renovated and...More