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White Gables Galway

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White Gables Galway
Ann Dunne
White Gables, Moycullen Village,
Co.Galway

Telephone: +353 (0)91 555744
Email: info@whitegables.com
Web: whitegables.com

White Gables Minimalism is not a word that feature’s at Kevin and Ann Dunne’s White Gables Restaurant at the crossroads in Moycullen village, a short distance from Ga...

White Gables Galway
  • White Gables Galway
  • White Gables Galway
  • White Gables Galway
  • White Gables Galway

How to get there

Coming from Galway it is on the left hand side in the center of Moycullen Village.

Good to know

Opening hours:
Dinner Wed - Sunday from 7.00pm
Lunch - Sunday 12.30 - 3.00pm
Closed Mon/Tues and Dec 24 -Feb 14.
Cuisine:
European traditional
A La Carte:
€25.00 - €32.00
Table d'Hote:
3-Course €38.00
Sunday Lunch:
€28.50
Children's Menu:
Half Portiions
Number of Covers:
50

About The Restaurant

White Gables Minimalism is not a word that feature’s at Kevin and Ann Dunne’s White Gables Restaurant at the crossroads in Moycullen village, a short distance from Galway City, for you will get the maximum experience in every way, comfort, service and plenty of good classically cooked lavish food.
This is what has made it so popular for nigh on twenty years. The White Gables is a colourful atmospheric restaurant set in what was originally a quirky old cottage building. The anti-room has library style wood panelled walls and some lovely fashionable Chinese furniture. You can have a drink here and take in the menu before going into the restaurant itself. The stonewalled restaurant has red accents in the form of tablelamps and patterned tablecloths. It is very comfortable with well spaced tables. You can dine from either the A La Carte Menu or the Table d’hote menu. Starters include Castletownbere crab claws in garlic butter or you can have a Dressed Crab Salad Marie Rose. Bluebell Fall’s Goat’s Cheese is with a honey and soya dressing whilst pate de foie gras comes with toast and fig jam. Black and white pudding comes with an apple and wholegrain mustard sauce wilst smoked salmon and mackerel salad comes with grated fresh horseradish. Mains include grilled rib-eye steak with pepper sauce or one of their most popular dishes traditional yummy crispy roast half duckling with orange sauce. They do cracking fillet and T-bone steakds as well as that fantastic classic “Fillet of Beef Wellington”. Seafood is a speciality at White Gables and I love their sole on the bone with a beurre blanc sauce. Last time I was there I had succulent Scallops Mornay and I was thinking about them for a week. Fish will vary depending on the catch but they usually have John Dory and Sea Bass as well as salmon and monkfish – all beautifully cooked. You can also, of course, have fresh lobster from their seawater tank, which is priced by weight. Desserts are luscious Cordon Bleu style classics – Fresh Strawberry Pavlova, warm apple and rhubarb pie, Profiteroles with chocolate sauce – who doesn’t just adore them! They have an extensive wine list but something for every pocket. They also have a good selection of half bottles which I like to see nowadays. And if you are the chauffeur, they have also thought of you with a good selection of non alcoholic drinks with a difference including Belvoir elderflower presse and Fentiman’s ginger beer. It’s a hospitable and welcoming restaurant and as they worth a detour.

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