Where to enjoy French Dining in Galway
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Where to enjoy French Dining in Galway

When it comes to enjoying the delicious variety of French cuisine, visiting these French cafés and restaurants in Galway is a must. Discover all of the perfect places to visit right here and head off to indulge yourself in all the best tastes of France. Bon Appétit!


Armorica offers a taste of high quality, delicious French cuisine with a strong focus on local and organic produce. If you want to make your dining experience that bit more special by visiting them on Thursday night or for Sunday Brunch and be charmed by some stunning jazz performances. While you are dining at Armorica, be sure to try their selection of French wines, each one tastes absolutely divine and if you’re not sure which one to pair your meal with, just ask the amazing Armorica team for their recommendations.
Main Street, Oranmore / more here

above: photo courtesy of Armorica


If you want to taste some delicious French chocolates, Truffle is just the place for you. A sister business to the popular Le Petit Délice, Truffle is a French chocolaterie that serves an amazing selection of indulgent fondants, fresh pastries and of course loads of chocolates! With counters lined with just about every variety and flavour of chocolate imaginable. They even have bags and high heels that are made completely from chocolate! From their signature truffles to hazelnut hot chocolates, no matter what you go for, you are guaranteed to be coming back for more.
15 Abbeygate St Upper, City Centre / more here

above: photo courtesy of Truffle

Rouge Restaurant

This a famously good café, boulangerie-pâtisserie and restaurant. Throughout the day Rouge Restaurant offers a mix of rich coffees, freshly-baked sourdough breads and pastries, fresh deli items that are perfect for a takeaway lunch. Their croissants and éclairs are to-die-for but they’ve got a huge range of sandwiches, quiches and more, so you are really going to want to try them all. Later into the evening they remain open until and welcome in guests for nights of exquisite French wines, meat and cheese boards and more tapas options.
38 Lower Dominick St, Galway’s Westend / more here 

above: photo courtesy of Rouge Restaurant

C'est La Vie Boulangerie

The sister business to Rouge Restaurant, C'est La Vie Boulangerie is an authentic traditional-styled French boulangerie and café. Throughout the week they are busy providing coffee and freshly-baked breads and pastries to the people of Terryland, while also supplying Rouge with their delectable bakes. All the baked goods here have been made in house so you are guaranteed high quality goods that taste every bit as delicious as they look ..and they look absolutely divine!
12A Terryland House, Terryland / more here

above: photo courtesy of C'est La Vie Boulangerie

Java’s Creperie

Specialising in both savoury and sweet crepes, as well as scrumptious homemade desserts, pastries and salads, Java’s Creperie offers all the flavours of France in a charming French café setting. With so many delicious options to choose from, you really can time and again and enjoy a different dish on each visit. Java's Creperie has played host to many first dates for many Galwegians, so if you’re looking for a good date night spot you won't go wrong choosing them.
17 Abbeygate Street Upper, City Centre / more here

above: photo courtesy of Java's Creperie

Feature photo courtesy of Armorica

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