Mon - Fri
7:00 - 10:30
Sat - Sun (inc Bank Holidays)
8:00 - 11:00
12:00 - 15:00
All Day Menu
12:00 - 22:00
- Disabled Access
- Free WiFi
- Outdoor Seating
- Families and Children Welcome
- Buffets, Business Meetings, Functions catered for
- Private Dining
- Event Space
- Business Lunch
About Dillisk on the Docks
Dillisk on The Docks combines both modern-creative and traditional styles of cooking using only local producers. Our focus is authenticity, to sell local, delicious and remarkable food and drinks meeting the highest standards of quality, freshness and seasonality. We offer a whole new palette of flavours introducing the diner to seaweed, the unsung superfood of the sea among other locally sourced flavours.
Fusing this hand harvested vegetable from the pristine Atlantic Waters off the Connemara coast with mouth-watering tastes from local suppliers and artisan ingredients.
From the moment you enter the inviting surroundings at the newly re-designed bar and restaurant, the Dillisk experience begins. Earth-toned covered walls, dramatic lighting and the warm tans of the tufted leather banquettes are a gentle complement to the subdued red-shaded sconces, elegant gold draping’s and spirited red, yellow, and tan carpeting that surround Dillisk on the Docks.
The relaxed atmosphere of the restaurant is also a place to sit back with Dillisk’s innovative cocktails and extensive wine list not forgetting their selection of gins, whiskey’s and spirits. The bar, with its stylishly rustic decor, comfortable furnishings, muted lighting, and blend of soft and vibrant colours is a sizeable sleek bar surrounded by conversation tables and pockets of inviting living room seating.
Many of the team at Harbour Hotel are from the West of Ireland, others have been captivated by the charm of life in Galway City and have decided to call it home. All share a passion for the culture, spirit and beauty of Galway and enjoy sharing the best of their local knowledge with visitors to the area.
This commonality instills a sense of community within the team at Harbour Hotel, they take great pleasure in working together to create a friendly, inviting atmosphere where guests feel comfortable and well taken care of.
The food and drink was delicious, no problems there at all. The atmosphere was atrocious; we were situated in the corner of a very busy reception area, been stared at by every single passer by, of which there were many. I had to ask for butter and jam for our scones-approximately ten minutes after receiving them. Got our cappuccinos (only for two people) almost half an hour after ordering them.
Waiters far too busy during this festive NY Eve. Had to wait too long to get served. Shame as it’s a nice place.
Great food and polite staff
Excellent meal.. great service.. only issue was the cold coffee which was replaced promptly.
Great value Sunday lunch, food really high standard and nice service
Really enjoyed it. The food and staff were excellent.
Great food, way better than highly acclaimed Sole. Atmosphere a bit sterile, but good to be able to watch Wimbledon during dinner.
This is second time at this restaurant. I'm really in love with the decor and look of it. Very tasty food. Definitely will return .
Went to Dillisk for a three-generation Father's Day treat with my parents and children. Some of the group were very late due to traffic but the restaurant delayed the meal and provided fresh bread to nibble and drinks to keep us going while we waited. When the full group arrived, we enjoyed our delicious food and were impressed with the friendly, attentive service. All in all, a lovely meal and a wonderful family experience.
Had a really lovely lunch here for Mother's day. All of our party thoroughly enjoyed the food and the service.
Lovely food. Great service
As always the food and service were perfect. They even sang happy birthday to my husband. Thoroughly enjoyable night
Beautiful afternoon tea. Very friendly staff who looked after us very well. Delicious food and drinks. Great location
The foyer was abit cold with the table so near the door. Would have preferred some more simple sandwiches.
Great setting for groups
Really cosy and welcoming atmosphere, perfect after a long journey.
Enjoyed the evening emensely!
I thought the meal was nice - but expensive for what it was. The steak fat had not been rendered down, my chowder was tasteless & the cod skin not crispy
Firstly we were put at a low table in the hotel lobby. For an afternoon tea that wasn’t exactly cheap I was expecting a normal table with tablecloth, in a less public setting. The service-we saw our waitress once when we were seated and she brought us our tea/coffee. We had to go to reception to ask for another drink after which the waitress reappeared. Only one side plate was given meaning I had to butter my scone on the same plate and with the same knife that I had used for a Caesar wrap. The cakes were all very tasteless and bland. I also had to go looking for a waitress to pay for the tea. While you do not want them hovering, you would think when the customer is seated in another room the staff would walk through every 10-15 minutes so you can at least feel their presence.
Excellent food and seevice
I was charged for chips I never received but didn’t realize at the time.
Booked in for afternoon tea with prosecco for a hen party. Absolutely delicious, such a wide variety of sandwiches and desserts, great service, great value for money. We had a pregnant lady in our group and the staff were very accomodating with non alcoholic beverages and pregnancy friendly food. 10 out of 10!
Really good meal -very tasty - staff really friendly
I've scored all but one of the five questions as 1 out of 5 (lowest possible score) We booked in for afternoon tea a few days prior and again confirmed booking the day before. When we got to the hotel we were informed the kitchen had not been made aware of the booking so had nothing prepared. They offered us a complimentary drink (hence the extra star) and told us it would take approximately half an hour to prepare. However, the hotel was hosting a property auction in one of the function rooms at the same time, live coverage of which was being shown at loud volume on all of the TV screens in the restaurant. This killed any remaining thoughts of a relaxing afternoon tea in Galway. Having travelled for 2.5. hours from the east coast we had been looking forward to this but were forced to change our plans and go elsewhere. Poor show, Dillisk!