Discover the Island’s Culinary Scene

Welcome to our island, where you can explore a variety of culinary experiences, including the annual island food festival. There are seven unique restaurants and pubs on the island, each offering its own distinctive blend of flavors.

Tasty Treats to Try

Inishwallah, a double-decker food truck featured in The Guardian, is a must-visit spot worth the walk to Westquarter. And for some of the best places for traditional Irish music, head next door to Murray’s.

The newly-opened Saltbox food truck offers local seafood dishes straight off the Ceol na Mara fishing boat. Lacey’s Farm Shop prepares delicious breakfast and lunch dishes from farm to table. Our only year-round restaurant Beach Days Pub & Restaurant is a go-to spot for many locals.

Scenic Dining Spots

For great views while you dine, head to the Inishbofin House Hotel restaurant overlooking the harbour. The Dolphin Hotel Restaurant offers panoramic views to their garden. In East End you can enjoy delicious lunches at The Galley, located right next to our beautiful sandy beaches.

Cultural Experiences

Don’t miss the annual island food festival Bia Bo Finne, held in September. This festival is a must-attend event for foodies and festival-goers alike, showcasing the best of local and international cuisine.

Stock up on essentials and fresh produce at The Pier Shop, which offers fruits and vegetables as well as daily necessities. You can also book a sea angling tour for a more hands-on experience on sourcing your food!

Book your stay now and experience the best of island life, from culinary delights to cultural experiences and everything in between.