Our Galway Restaurant in Barna was awarded Best Casual Dining Restaurant in Connaught at the Irish Restaurant Awards 2012

Awards & Reviews

Winner: Best Casual Dining - Connaught

Irish Restaurant Awards 2012

Mulberrys Restaurant is proud to have been named Best Casual Dining - Connaught in the 2012 Irish Restaurant Awards on May 14th 2012.

The Irish Restaurant Awards - organised by The Restaurants Association of Ireland - are the largest and most coveted awards in the Irish Restaurant Industry. It is a detailed and thorough process whereby nominated Restaurants face rigorous scrutiny from the Consumer, Regional Judges, a Mystery Guest Visitor and finally the National Awards Academy.
 

Press Release: Top Restaurants in Ireland Announced at the Irish Restaurant Awards 2012

Our Restaurant in Barna is included in the Georgina Campbell Guide for the Best Places to Eat in IrelandThe Irish Restaurant Awards- organised by The Restaurants Association of Ireland - are the largest and most coveted awards in the Irish Restaurant Industry.

Georgina Campbell's Ireland

"...the former reception area was redesigned to create an inviting wine bar. Friendly staff are quick to welcome arriving guests here, and offer the tapas-style menu which is served here with an extensive range of wines, or show diners through to a table in the restaurant. [...]

There's an emphasis on local ingredients (suppliers are listed) and, while pasta dishes and local seafood are to be expected, there is perhaps a less predictable highlight in the meat supplied by the renowned Oughterard butcher, James Mc Geough: his sirloin steak is a speciality, served grilled with stuffed portobello mushroom, skinny truffle & parmesan scented fries, green beans & bacon - and well priced for the quality too. [...]

The quality of ingredients and cooking is good which, along with reasonable prices and the casual elegance of the place, makes Mulberrys a pleasant place to visit."

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Our Restaurant in Barna is included in the Georgina Campbell Guide for the Best Places to Eat in Ireland Georgina Campbell's Ireland is the critically acclaimed guide to the 'best places to eat, drink and stay in Ireland

Lucinda O'Sullivan's Ireland

"I have always maintained that if you do good honest seafood without mucking it around too much, a restaurant will always do well, for people love it. Add to that the other most popular cuisine, a taste of Italy that is, and you are really on a winner. Add to that again, a really nice smart contemporary premises with tip top friendly service and you are away in a hack.

Not only has delicious seafood and pasta dishes but something for everyone cooked and presented in an innovative way using lots of local produce, good vegetables, and viands and poultry.

Whatever you fancy – you will enjoy Mulberry’s."

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Our Restaurant in Barna is included in the Lucinda O'Sullivans Little Black Book of Great to Eat in IrelandLucinda O'Sullivan's Great Places to Eat

Lucinda O'Sullivan is Ireland's most widely-read Food Critic and through her Little Black Book of Great Places to Stay & Eat.

Paulo Tullio's Taste of Ireland

"This is a busy place at all times with well thought out menus that tick all the boxes for bistro and family friendly dining. Add a good chef, two young and energetic owners, friendly staff and a very pleasing room and the setting is right for a very good dining experience. [...]

We really liked Mulberry’s, and if you are in the area, we think you will too. Good food honestly made and presented means they will keep going from strength to strength. This is a real neighbourhood restaurant with aspirations to continue to improve, which is just as it should be. Recommended."

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Our Restaurant in Barna is included in the Lucinda O'Sullivans Little Black Book of Great to Eat in IrelandTaste of Ireland with Paulo Tullio

Paulo Tullio is a chef, writer & restaurant reviewer and is a resident food critic on RTE's The Restaurant

Galway Advertiser

3 Jun 2010

"It is divided into two areas, with a really cosy and comfy reception area with soft couches and nice atmosphere for having pre-dinner drinks. The main restaurant has also had a very pleasing makeover and one of the first things you notice is that there is a large space between all tables.

Conveniently it is located next door to a great source of fresh fish; Ali’s Fish Shop, so you can be guaranteed it will be as fresh as it gets. The menu has a good few pasta dishes on the main menu. [...] Mulberry’s has a very attractively priced early bird menu.

There are no parking issues at Mulberry’s [...] this is a leisurely stroll from most areas around the village. The service is excellent throughout and it is always nice to eat in a restaurant where the owners are on the floor each night."

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Galway Advertiser Review, June 3 2010

Comments from our Customers

" The food was amazing and such great value - a great night was had by all - I would definitely recommend Mulberry's to anyone. "

" I come here very often because the food is just fantastic!"

" What an interesting and varied menu - the service was brilliant - the food delicious - 3 courses for just €23! "

" Their crab claws are best i have ever had"

" We were straight away struck by the wonderful atmosphere as soon as we went inside. "

" Amazingly competent staff, very helpful in helping us decide. Will be back...and soon! "

 

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Mulberrys Restaurant is rated number 1 for Restaurants in Barna