Table d'Hote & á la Carte
In the heart of Galway city, No. 15 on the Square Restaurant offers enticing menus that will satisfy the most discerning of foodies and dining regulars. The team are passionate about local ingredients matched with exceptional cooking and No. 15 showcases a modern outlook on classic dishes in an elegant setting, right on Eyre square. Guests can choose from a seasonal á la Carte menu or delicious two and three course selections. With an open plan kitchen where guests can see first-hand the thrill of the stove, menus are regularly refreshed and evolve with the latest food trends, while keeping traditional favourites at the core.
No. 15 on the Square is one of the most convenient dining destinations in Galway. It is relaxed with impeccable service and delicious food. Open daily for dinner, you can always be assured of a warm welcome. This Galway city centre restaurant can also be reserved for group lunches and dinners. For a feast of top quality dining and excellent service, book dinner in No. 15 on the Square by calling 091 564041 or email email@example.com.
Hotel Meyrick is quintessentially Galway and the atmosphere during Galway festival season is electric with film buffs, creatives, Galway race goers, stylish fashionistas and oyster connoisseurs all descending on Galway for an action-packed season. Throughout the year there is ample opportunity to enjoy excellent food and drinks at the Galway city Restaurant No. 15 on the Square whilst soaking up the local atmosphere with friends and colleagues. To make a reservation call 091 564041.
Opening Hours: 7 days a week • Breakfast from 7.00am - 10.00am • Dinner from 6.30pm – 9.30pm
. Book a private lunch or dinner No. 15 on the Square by calling 091 564041 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. T & C's apply
Testimonial from "Taste of Ireland"
"It is a light and spacious room with the open plan kitchen dominating the back wall. The kitchen teams’ hard work adds a bit of action, and the tables are set with crisp linen and sparkling stemware and cutlery. The room is divided into sections, so each smaller area seems busy, and the staff are attentive and prompt. The menu again is short, there are eight starters and main courses, and the prices are more than reasonable. Main course brought me the Silver hill duck, a roast supreme with pancetta and fresh thyme stuffing, with a crème the peche (peach liquor) sauce. I found room for dessert and a chestnut and pear mille feuille did the job, as did some fine coffee. The Meyrick is an old classic, given a fresh and vibrant feel with its new additions. What hasn’t changed is the warm welcome and the friendly and helpful staff, who make a visit a real pleasure. It would be difficult to explore Galway from a finer base; this is a piece of history that is writing its own new chapters. Make a visit"