an eclectic guide to Galway's café scene

Royal Cafe

Update: Sadly Royal Cafe closed its doors in mid 2013

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Winter-time photo of Royal Cafe Galway, Ireland:  looks inviting with bright lights on a dull day.
Bravely opened in late December 2012, this cafe deserves to be a replacement for the late-lamented Trishas:  simple food, without pretension, and run by a family who are just plain nice people.

The menu includes some interesting Chinese dishes, as well as the Irish cafe standards.

There are enough tables for eating-in to be comfortable, and a nice supply of local newspapers.

Bacon and scrambled eggs with brown toast, Royal Cafe, Galway, Ireland  - served on a white place, photographed with the Galway Advertiser newspaper in the background
Open 8:30-5:30, Mon to Sat - although they have started opening on some Sundays and public holidays too.


Phone 091 563 882


Located in Lower Abbeygate Street, just down from Powells Four Corners and up from the Book Exchange - in a building which has seen a number of food outlets including Boogaloo Burgers and a very short-lived Jack and Ella's Cafe.



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