Prepare to indulge in a feast fit for royalty at these renowned carvery dinner experiences in Galway. These chefs act as culinary artisans to craft a symphony of flavours, offering a delectable array of succulent, slow-roasted meats carved to perfection. Complemented by a lavish assortment of seasonal vegetables, accompanied by rich and flavourful gravies, this is an invitation to savour the essence of tradition and culinary excellence in the West of Ireland. Check out our top picks for the best carvery dinners in Galway right here...
Carvery dinner at Galway’s Imperial Hotel is a favourite amongst their locals and guests alike. The menu alters frequently to showcase the best of local seasonal produce and also gives regulars a chance to enjoy new flavours and dishes each day. Popular dishes on this menu include; the oven baked stuffed chicken fillet wrapped in bacon and roast loin of pork with herb stuffing and applesauce.
Eyre Square / served 12pm-3pm daily / book a table here
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Flannery’s Hotel’s hot carvery lunch has always been a very popular option. Here is where local flavours, hearty portions, and a warm Galway welcome await you. Served in their Frankie’s Bar & Bistro, this famous lunch consists of freshly carved roast meat with locally sourced vegetables and lashings of gravy. It’s the perfect cure to a chilly Galway day.
Old Dublin Rd, East Galway city / served 12pm-3pm Monday - Saturday / book a table here
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The Maritime Restaurant at the Clybaun Hotel is home to Galway’s best known Sunday carvery lunch and is a culinary experience you and your family need to enjoy. Here you can savour all of your favourite bits of the traditional Sunday roast in beautiful surroundings. Options on their carvery menu include; roast crown of turkey with honey baked ham and roast sirloin of prime Irish beef. All main dishes are served with a side of potatoes and seasonal vegetables.
Clybaun Rd, Knocknacarra / served Sundays 12.30pm-4pm / book a table here
above: photo courtesy of Clybaun Hotel
Menlo Park Hotel
Served with a variety of home cooked roasts and all the trimmings, carvery lunch at Menlo Park Hotel is a midweek feast for your tastebuds. This lunch is served in their P. Francis & Son Bar & Bistro and comes with a side of creamy mashed potatoes and fresh vegetables. Making things all the better is that they have a mini version of the carvery lunch available so if you’re not feeling as though a hearty meal is necessary you can still enjoy all the deliciousness of the carvery lunch in a smaller portion.
Terryland, Headford Rd / served 12pm-3pm Monday - Saturday / book a table here
One of the most popular carvery lunches in Galway can be enjoyed at Trappers Inn in Castlegar. Menu favourites include the carvery classics such as; roast turkey and ham with cranberry sauce as well as slow roast rib of beef with horseradish sauce. All served with a mountain of delicious potatoes, gravy and vegetables, this is a traditional carvery meal at its best.
Tuam Rd, Castlegar / served 12pm-3pm Monday - Sunday / book a table here
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