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Thursday, August 3, 2023

Crazy Corn

This Latin American street-food restaurant opened on Wed 26 July 2023 - just in time for the end of the Arts Festival.

They're located in Cross Street where Freshii used be, between 3B's Barbers and Sugar Dolls, and across the street from Galway's Dáil, just a few steps from Quay Street.    The building has had a bit of a face-lift, adding a vibrant yellow and teal colour scheme which highlights the features well, and is perhaps inspired by their friends up the street at Sangria.  There's an dining-in area, and  a limited amount of outdoor seating.

The menu can be described as pan Latin American, with pupusas (stuffed corn tortillas, small or large sizes, and served with red-tomato sauce and pickled cabbage - from El Salvador and Honduras), flautas (stuffed, rolled, crispy corn-tortillas - from Mexico), arepas (corn tortilla sandwich, similar to pita - from Venezuela and Columbia) and elote loco (smothered corn-on-the-cob).  And they have a number of Latin-American postres (desserts) and bebidas (drinks).   Mains are made with corn, the symbol of life for the Aztecs and Mayans - meaning that this is Galway's first gluten-free restaurant.


Closed Monday and Tuesday. 
Open Wednesday to Sunday, 12-noon to 9pm-ish

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Phone:   083 010 3885

Shopfront of a gluten-free Latin American street-food restaurant in Galway city centre

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