36 JKL Street, Edenderry
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Reviewed 30th August 2015 (visited 30 August 2015 )
I went here with my family on a Sunday afternoon.Lasagne had hard lumps in it,and was not asked or offered chips or anything to have with it.I've had better microwaved lasagnes.Asked for two kids portions of pasta, but were given full portions. My wife ordered spaghetti arabiata which the waitress checked to be sure that's what she wanted as it was on menu as penne arabiata.She returned with penne arabiata and said is it ok we give you the penne. So they cooked it and then asked is it ok!!! Highchair for our 2 year old had no strap to keep her in, so she kept trying to get out of it. Very disappointed in this place, and too expensive for the quality of food served.
Reviewed 15th October 2012 (visited 7 September 2012 )
Wonderful food..steak to die for.Real italian food.
Reviewed 09th January 2012 (visited 17 December 2011 )
I love this place, the pasta is to die for. I usually get a chicken timballo which is a pasta bake with creamy mushroom and bacon sauce. Pizzas are good too esp their irish take the Kelly Pizza. Recently started to do an early bird which is welcome. Prices are ok.
Reviewed 01st June 2011 (visited 21 April 2011 )
We decided to go to Galileo that night for pizza for a takeaway as we remember a few years ago it was beautiful a place and food was very nice. As I entered the restaurant I was shocked to see that Galileo were now partner with a chipper:( Still I ordered two pizza for a restaurant price. Got home absolutely disgusted on how the quality dropped, soggy pizza; could not even hold them, and the food was as the standard of a cheap pizza. For the price we paid I could have had an excellent sit down meal elsewhere. It was my favourite restaurant in the area, I am disapointed that they still open under the name of Galileo restaurant.
Reviewed 31st January 2011 (visited 25 January 2011 )
Decided to take the family to Galileos for some pizza while in Edenderry for a funeral. There was more atmosphere at the funeral! We all ordered pizza and a couple of bruschetta starters that took an age to be served. The food couldn't have been more bland. The pizza bases were over cooked and tough while the parma ham didn't smell as fresh as it should have. With drinks thrown in the overall cost was €76 which was a total rip off. The restaurant itself looks great but unless you're too drunk to care I wouldn't recommend this place.
Reviewed 30th October 2010 (visited 16 September 2010 )
Genuine Italian owned and operated restauraunt. Pizza's are very good, but try the pasta dishes; I particularly recommend the pasta with seafood (can't remember the name of the dish) I think prices have dropped in the last year - no harm it was too dear. Still a bit pricey maybe? Good quality Italian food - recommended