Kai cafe and restaurant restaurant
20 Sea Road, Galway, Galway City, GalwayBook a Table Now
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Reviewed 06th May 2012 (visited 3 May 2012)
My boyfriend and I came here on a Thursday for our anniversary dinner, we're not from Galway so we booked a good bit ahead & asked could options be available for me as I am a vegetarian (no fish) who does not eat dairy, which they assured would not be a problem. The place was near full but the lovely staff took it in their ease & made sure everyone was looked after. For starters they created an almost work of art farm plate for myself & soft goats curd with crostini for my boyfriend. Both were absolutely delicious. For mains I was given a beautiful spelt farro with asparagus with a side of quinoa, pea & purple broccoli mimosa. My boyfriend had lamb with carrot chutney & mash on the side which he loved. Both were presented beautifully & tasted amazing! Deserts sounded beautiful but we had no room left! We had 2 glasses of prosecco to start & 1 glass of red & 1 of white with mains. We took pictures of each course as they almost looked too good to eat!! The bill came to around €80. Although not cheap, the food, atmosphere, staff, chefs, attention to detail & accommodation to special requests were incredible! I am often left very disappointed with the food I am presented in restaurants, however here is an example of how all amazing it can be. So glad we found this gem & can't wait to return in the future!
Reviewed 23rd January 2012 (visited 21 January 2012)
Myself and my Husband were down in galway over weekend, I saw review on this restaurant in sunday independent a few weeks ago and my god are we glad we went here !!!! We booked for saturday night , great buzz in this rustic restaurant the place was packed, my hubbie had duck which was goregous and i had crab which was full of flavour and yum yum , Mains were just as good I had pork belly and it was to die for , my husband had steak, he said he was the best he has every had and we have been to alot of the TOP restaurants in Dublin , deserts were goregous 2, i had icecream with honeycomb and my husband and pear tart, overall it was a fantastic diniing experience , very friendly staff and a restaurant that deserves only the best reviews and Long may it last!!!!!! We will defintley be back !!!!!!!!
Reviewed 06th January 2012 (visited 13 November 2011)
Went here for breakfast/brunch recently. Was very chilled and relaxed. The food was excellent. Good quality ingredients and was very tasty. Would definitely recommend. Also, they've been awarded as joint winner of the Bridgestone Restaurant of the year 2012.