6 delicious brunch spots to try in Galway

Where to go and what to try for the best meal of the day in the City of Tribes

  • Brunch in Tribeton

We’ve picked some top picks for a delicious brunch in Galway, some of the best places to visit on a Sunday afternoon for a delicious meal.

The Kitchen Café

Located in Galway City Museum beside the Spanish Arch, The Kitchen Café is well known as a foodie favourite in the city, and their brunch is not to be missed. With offerings such as the Brioche Bread & Butter Pudding with Hazel Mountain Chocolate Sauce and the Chorizo Hash (pictured), this is a perfect spot for Sunday dining.

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Kai Café + Restaurant

Sunday brunch at Kai is so popular that those in the know advise to get there early and be prepared to queue. But don’t let that put you off because at the end of a short wait you’ll be rewarded with a delicious, fresh brunch menu that offers some of the best eggs in town. The menu changes every week, but there’s always something for everyone.

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Dela Restaurant

Brunch at Dela has all you would want for a relaxed weekend meal. The restaurant has a farm in Moycullen and uses as much of its own produce as possible, so greens and eggs are guaranteed to be fresh. Plus the restaurant is a big supporter of craft Irish beer, so this is a great spot if you like discovering new brews.

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Ard Bia at Nimmos

Ard Bia at Nimmos is known as one of the best restaurants in Ireland, not just Galway, and their brunch menu will show you why. Dishes such as the hippy fry, Turkish baked beans with pigs on the green sausages and French toast with ricotta cream are loved by locals and visitors. Located just by the Spanish Arch, walk off your deliciously filling brunch with a stroll by the water.

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Il Vicolo

Il Vicolo is an Italian restaurant in the beautiful setting of Bridgemills. Known for their delicious Venetian tapas evening menu, they’re brunch also packs a punch. Order a pitcher of fresh Bloody Mary to accompany your undoubtedly tasty brunch dish.

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Relatively new to the Galway scene, Tribeton is a really cool restaurant and bar venue that has become a fast favourite. Their brunch offering has everything you could want for a relaxed brunch in a really slick setting.

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