The restaurant was very cozy, food great and staff friendly. There was also vegetarian options available.
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We went there for dinner on the weekend. We were seated and then the waiter left and we waited for nearly 10 minutes and then we along with 2 other young girls who had been there before us left. They obviously need more staff.
On recommendation we went to this place for dessert, we got an apple pie and it was absolutely amazing. It was possible to take it away, with a little discount on the restaurant price (I assume because it was just the pie and nothing with...More
We must have been very lucky because it was starting to rain so we ducked into The Pie Maker and got a table right away!! This is a cozy, quirky little cafe that serves the best-ever savory and sweet pies that you can imagine. It...More
This is a tiny restaurant that we stumbled on in Galway and it was incredible. There's only 4 tables and our pies were cooked fresh so there was a little bit of a wait but it was so worth it for the food. Amazing vegetarian...More
We went to this place by recommendation of a friend who has studied in Galway. We were 10 people and the restaurant barely fits 20 people so you can imagine we had to wait to get a table. Fortunately we insisted cause many of us...More
Stopped here for lunch while exploring Quay Street with my daughter. It was a really fun place with delicious pies. We each had a savory pie for lunch, I had chicken and mushroom and she had bacon and cabbage, and then shared the Banoffee Pie,...More
Actually this was one of the best restaurants we visited in Ireland. Very cosy, small place with great pies. Would absolutely come back again.
The service is excellent. We ordered two pies with side dishes, all two tasty. the prices are fair, the main courses are between 12 to 14 euros, and drinks from 3 to 5 euros. I recommend and I will return back!!!