A new restaurant in Galway City Centre is bringing the heat to the west of Ireland.
Ember Firehouse on Quay Street is the latest addition to the diverse and bustling food scene in Galway City.
They’re all fired up and ready to welcome diners with their filled flatbreads and bowls all served with a range of homemade sauces and sides.
Ember is all about grilled meats served with charged greens all combined together with the house Piri Piri, roast garlic aioli, lemon and chilli stinger and the signature chimichurri either in a freshly made flatbread or in an Ember bowl.
The sides are all important as the main attraction with home cut fries, roast spuds, braised lentils and charged greens packing a serious punch in the flavour steaks.
Who would have thought cabbage would be the star of the show, the Ember charged cabbage along with the grilled aubergine is raising the veggie steaks in Galway!
Ember Firehouse is open seven days a week from noon until late, for eating in or takeaway.
Check out the restaurant at Ember_Firehouse on Instagram for all the latest and menu specials.