Guided bus tours in Ireland seem to follow a clear schema: first, visit some great sights on a tight schedule and then drop-off the people in a nice city and give them 90 minutes. And then the pure dilemma starts: you desperately need something to eat but you also want to see the city. In Galway, Ireland, there is a good option for a fast traditional meal: McDonagh’s – the fishy alternative to McDonald’s.
The eatery is easily reachable from Shop street and is close to the harbour, river Corrib and the Spanish arc. It is a family business established in 1902 and they serve many different fishes. If you’re looking for the classic fish & chips: this is your best guess in the city.
22 Quay Street
Galway / Gaillimh
Ireland / Éire