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Olive Tree Kitchen

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Olive Tree Kitchen
David & Faye Bohan
Wildlands, Ballyquirke, Moycullen, H91 WYV2,
Co.Galway

Telephone: +353 (0)91 868-900
Email: info@wildlands.ie
Web: wildlands.ie

Nestled at the gateway to Connemara, 10 minutes from Galway City on the main Galway Clifden Road, Wildlands opened in August 2020 offering Galwegians, staycationers and tourists ...

Olive Tree Kitchen
  • Olive Tree Kitchen
  • Olive Tree Kitchen
  • Olive Tree Kitchen
  • Olive Tree Kitchen

Good to know

Opening Hours:
9am-10pm
Cuisine:
Italian meets most of Ireland
Mains:
€15-€26
Sunday Brunch:
Yes
Children’s Menu:
Yes
Number of Covers:
140
Wheelchair Facilities:
Yes
Credit Cards:
Yes
Private Dining Facilities:
Yes
Wifi:
Yes

About The Restaurant

Nestled at the gateway to Connemara, 10 minutes from Galway City on the main Galway Clifden Road, Wildlands opened in August 2020 offering Galwegians, staycationers and tourists alike, a unique and exciting adventure experience for all ages from thrill seekers to those in pursuit of serenity.

Overlooking the beautiful Ballyquirke Lake, its lakeshore and woodlands walks are perfect. At the heart of Wildlands is the Olive Tree Kitchen in a wonderful funky retro industrial space doing terrific eclectic casual food to take away or dine indoors or on their terrace. It’s been proving hugely popular for their terrific Napoli Firebrick Oven pizzas, hot dishes, sandwiches, salads, sweet treats, bakery option and their children’s menu.

Lunchtime dishes include posh sambos a roast of the day ciabatta, Connemara smoked salmon plus chilli hummus on treacle bread with dressed leaves, red onion, dill, capers and pomegranate syrup.

Bigger dishes include the popular roast of the day, Moycullen Seafoods fish & chips, and a homemade 8oz Gilligan’s beef burger with streaky bacon, smoked Applewood cheese, gherkin and tomato on a brioche bun. Of course you get fries too!

Seven pizzas run from Margherita through Pepperoni, Cajun chicken, Hawaii style, and a roasted garlic potato & spicy sausage pizza bianca. You can also get a gluten free base with a small supplement.

In the evenings, there are light bites such as the Chinese style confit duck leg with spring onion and water chestnut couscous plus hoisin jus. They do grazing boards of cured Italian meats plus Irish cheeses, plus a chicken & sweet potato curry. They do seriously good steaks – pan seared 10oz Hereford with all the works.

Cocktails are there too – think Old Fashioned, Pink Lady, Espresso Martinis to name but a few – as well as wines, beers, ciders and soft drinks too.

Beat a path for The Olive Tree.


 

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