The Bistro at The Kings Head

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15 High Street


Connected to the infamous Kings Head Pub in the heart of vibrant Galway, The Bistro at The Kings Head offers great food in a relaxed atmosphere. The Bistro at The Kings Head Pub has found it's true place in the heart of Galway's gastronomic delights. Chef Brendan Keane and his team thrive on sourcing locally produced ingredients so that the food can do the talking. This close relationship with local suppliers is reflected in the menus as they change to incorporate the very best as new fresh ingredients become available.

Visiting Information

Head Chef: 

Brendan Keane

Opening Hours: 

Monday: 12:30-22:00
Tuesday: 12:30-22:00
Wednesday: 12:30-22:00
Thursday: 12:30-22:00
Friday: 12:30-22:00
Saturday: 12:30-22:00
Sunday: Closed



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