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Hooked Barna

Hooked Seafood Restaurants, located in Barna Village & Henry Street in Galway’s west end, are supplied daily by sister company Ali’s Fish Market. Specialising in fresh, sustainable seafood and local produce to provide their customers with a comfortable, family friendly, casual  dining experience.

Renowned fish monger Ali’s Jalilvand has been supplying the West of Ireland with fresh seafood for over 30 years. Hooked restaurant set sail in 2014 in Henry Street, and in 2019 Hooked dropped anchor once again in Barna Village, with ample free parking along the Wild Atlantic Way, be sure to stop and seas the day!

 It’s all hands on deck at these restaurants, with their busy takeaway service and generous selection of seafood and gluten free options available on all of their menus.

Fantastic local beers, ciders, and homemade desserts are also available if you want to push the boat out!

Galway Bay Seafoods

A family-owned business in the city’s working harbour area, Galway Bay Seafoods was established in 1950 by John V. Holland. Starting off as a small shop on Shop Street in Galway City to moving to the docks and supplying fresh fish and shellfish to hotels, restaurants, and supermarkets all over Galway County. As well as creating their own branded smoked salmon in their very own smokery on their premises. His sons John Jnr and Noel continued to grow the business into what it is today. Galway Bay Seafoods now also includes a shop, seafood deli and cookery school – all attached to the fish processing plant in the docklands area.

Photo Credit: Anita Murphy

Gannet Fishmongers

Established in 2010, Gannet Fishmongers is probably one of Irelands most imaginative fishmongers. Supplying fresh Irish fish and a broad range of European fish products at our shop, markets and nationwide through our website:

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