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I was in Gallo & Galetti in Wilton last night.

We ordered the kid's mains to come with our starters and there was a fair delay before we got any food. Not enough to complain about, but more that would be reasonable imo. The food, when it arrived, was great. We continued our meal and when the bill came they had comped us the desserts to make up for the delay.

Given that we hadn't made any complaint about it, I thought it was a very kind gesture.

Food was really good, as was the service apart from the delay at the start (at a guess, they burned a pizza!).

I had goats cheese salad, and tiramisu
MM had sea bass and a chocolate brownie
The kids had pizzas and ice cream.
We had some garlic bread for the table.
2 beers and 2 diet cokes.

Had we been charged for everything the bill would have been €100ish. Would recommend it for a casual dinner.
 
I was in Gallo & Galetti in Wilton last night.

We ordered the kid's mains to come with our starters and there was a fair delay before we got any food. Not enough to complain about, but more that would be reasonable imo. The food, when it arrived, was great. We continued our meal and when the bill came they had comped us the desserts to make up for the delay.

Given that we hadn't made any complaint about it, I thought it was a very kind gesture.

Food was really good, as was the service apart from the delay at the start (at a guess, they burned a pizza!).

I had goats cheese salad, and tiramisu
MM had sea bass and a chocolate brownie
The kids had pizzas and ice cream.
We had some garlic bread for the table.
2 beers and 2 diet cokes.

Had we been charged for everything the bill would have been €100ish. Would recommend it for a casual dinner.
Yeah we were there over Easter for the first time since it changed hands, and it was as good...better in fact as there was a greater choice than before.
 
Rossini's week before last. Average enough . 5 of us , two mains cold , one returned , one was hungry so ate it anyway. Starters really tasty but on the small side. Overall , a bit meh
 
In Youghal there, not a single place to get lunch at half 3 on a bank holiday Monday.

Clancys closed, The Quays "taking a break" until 5pm, the Nook not doing lunch because its a Bank Holiday, and the Walter Raleigh is around 200 miles outside of town.

The cunts wonder why the place is dying a death and no tourists come here, well here's your answer.

If anyone is looking for me I'll be in Supermacs, reluctantly giving that bollox McDonagh my cash because there is no alternative.
 
I had lunch with a customer in Amicus this afternoon. Believe it or not it was my first ever time there, the last time I set foot in that building it was the Gingerbread House.

Beautiful spot, the service was excellent, as was the food. I had a chicken, bacon and cheese toastie with chips, and it was only a tenner. Very good value considering you'd go into a nearby racing pub and nearly pay that for a pint.

Will definitely go back, it's the perfect option for a smart casual lunch.
Really? I haven't been in a few years. Stopped going because I found it very average.
 
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