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East Meets West at Thai Garden Galway as they celebrate 25th year in business

Thai Garden Galway is celebrating its 25th anniversary with Galway, marking a quarter-century of bringing the vibrant flavours of Thailand to the west of Ireland.

On Thursday, June 27, they hosted a full day of celebrations with traditional Thai Dancing, food demos and their signature cocktails.

Located at the Spanish Arch, Thai Garden has undergone an extensive renovation, transforming its entire space.

The newly revamped restaurant now has terraced views of the River Corrib, which provides the perfect backdrop for summer cocktails and an unparalleled authentic Thai dining experience.

Since 1999, Thai Garden has been a cornerstone of Galway’s culinary scene, being one of the first Asian restaurants in the region. The establishment’s success can be attributed not only to its food offering but also to its dedicated team.

Many staff members have been with Thai Garden since day one, demonstrating an unwavering commitment to customer satisfaction.

“We are incredibly proud of our journey over the past 25 years,” said Won, General Manager of Thai Garden Galway.

“Our team, many of whom have been with us since the beginning, are the heart and soul of our restaurant. Their dedication and passion for authentic Thai cuisine have made Thai Garden a Galway institution.”

The highly skilled kitchen team, all originally from Thailand, bring their rich culinary heritage to every dish, ensuring an authentic dining experience. The serving staff’s goal is to make every visit enjoyable, reflecting the warm hospitality that Thai Garden is known for.

Head Chef Noy and his daughter Nan

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