Great salmon and steak dishes. Have eaten there in bar setting several times and food is restaurant quality, as is service. Will try the upstairs restaurant next time.
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Had lunch here as read good reviews on Trip advisor, it didn't disappoint. I was in a bit of a hurry but I was served very quickly. Its a busy place with about 6 people in front of me going in the door but I...More
Ate here based on reviews which were spot on. Lovely pub, spotlessly clean, friendly welcoming staff nd lovely fresh home cooked food. Free parking across the main rd. What more could u ask for?? Will def eat here again nd recommend to others.
Popped in here for lunch one day, 16 of us. We're given a very warm welcome, good food and lovely atmosphere. We returned at short notice one evening for Dinner, again were made most welcome ate in the room upstairs which was lovely. Worth a...More
Visited Maggie Mays during our recent visit to Ireland. Food was amazing with good portion size. We were a party of 10 including 3 children who all enjoyed their choices. Would highly recommend the steak and cheesecake. Staff were very friendly and nothing was too...More
Visited Maggie Mays for the first time yesterday. We were seated immediately when we arrived. Had starters of soup and garlic mushrooms. Both were delicious. My colleague is a regular visitor. He had recommended the steak sandwiches so we ordered two. I have to say,...More
We ate out all over County Galway during our holiday but Maggie May's was the best of the lot. Friendly, welcoming staff, good beer and an excellent menu combine to make this a must visit venue if you are in the Loughrea area. Particularly recommended...More
Good menu - we were a group of 9 and there was something for everyone. The seating area upstairs is much nicer - downstairs is a bar.
Arrived on a busy Sunday without any reservations but staff were very helpful and found us seats at the bar while we waited for a table. Food was excellent and portions were really large. We had roast beef which was served with mash and veg...More