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Kai Cafe

What They Are about

David and Jessica Murphy are the proud owners of Kai Restaurant. The couple’s joint performance in the kitchen and on the floor promises a memorable dining experience to every customer young and old.

The philosophy at Kai Restaurant is very simple. Head chef Jessica sources fresh, organic produce from local suppliers to create daily menus bursting with flavor, texture and color. If you’re lucky you might even get an edible flower on your plate.

Their weekend brunches cause a stir in Galway; make sure you get there early, because there’s almost always a queue. Dinner is delicious, and tea time in Kai means their home-baked gorgeous cake. All menus change on a daily basis dependent on what is fresh and in stock from local suppliers. Call into this funky restaurant, a stalwart of Galway’s Westend, for a thoughtful and delicious meal any day of the week.

Our Notes 

  • T

    he Restaurant is quite small, and it is difficult to get bookings for weekends, but well worth a visit the food and service are

    an excellent

    price 

  • The restaurant does vary its menu regularly, so I supposed there's no guarantee that the dishes we had last week will still be on it. But the pork main and the dried lamb appetizer were out of this world, both far richer in nuanced waves of flavor than I can do justice to here. And the beef and turbot mains and crab-based and other appetizers were also superb. We all loved it all.
     

Kai Cafe

Galway, Ireland

091 526 003

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