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Signal Bar Restaurant Clifden Review


The Signal bar restaurant Clifden is part of the Clifden Staion House Hotel. The venueis located in the the Old station masters building and still respects the history of this once steam train station.

Signal bar Restaurant

The building still has old all the old station signs and memorabilia inside and out.for any train enthusiasts there is also a museum of the old train station across the courtyard.

Inside the building they have kept the keeping of the history alive also with the history of the building running throughout the restaurant. A very modern and sleek industrial feel.

decor Signal Bar Restaurant

The hotel does have a restaurant side and menu but we opted for the bar food.

The Drinks

The Signal Bar restaurant Clifden has an impressive list of tap beers with international and crafts available . Opting myself to sample the Morretti beer which was a great choice. A fine wine list was available with ample options to choose from, we chose the a bottle of Tempranillo. Opened at the table and we were allowed to taste. A great wine nice and light, smooth and easy drinking.

moretti at signal bar restaurant

The Food

Looking through the menu there where plenty of bar classics and was delighted to see with Clifden”s prominent coastal location plenty of seafood options including mussels, scallops and locally caught line fish to name a few.

For starters we opted for the tomato and haloumi brushetta. Generous in size and very tasty, accompanying salad was great and wife’s words one of the best tabbouleh I have ever had. Very well seasoned and packed with flavour.

Haloumi and tomato brushetta

For mains it was two opposites why I opted for the handmade burger, Michelle went with the Vegan Ragout.

The burger was delicious nice and juicy and very flavoursome beef, with all the trimmings inside, accompanied with a nice salad and chips. Can certainly say I was full after.

As for the Vegan ragout it was full of flavour, with lots of delicious herbs and spices.


Situated as part of the Station House Hotel and only 2 minutes walk from the town centre of Clifden.

Opening Hours For Food

12.00-21.00 Sunday-Thursday, and 12:00-22:00 Friday & Saturday.


No.1, Platform, Station House Courtyard, Galway Rd, Clifden, Co. Galway, H71 PX68


Check out the Signal Bar and Restaurant MENU

And Lastly

The Station House Hotel also has its own finer Al la carte restaurant which is available also for non residents.

A highly recommend place to visit for a no frills good quality bar food restaurant, with great decor and relaxed vibe.

Check out some more of our Irish restaurant reviews in our Ireland food guide and places like The Oarsman in Carrick on Shannon.

Local Attractions

If staying in the area for a few days it might be worth checking out a few of the attractions. These would include the Diamond Hill Hike, which lies in the stunning Connemara National Park. Take the Sky Road and take the walk down to the Clifden Castle Ruins, which lies there still in tack on the Wild Atlantic Way. And finally see Kylemore abbey the stunning manor house is not only pleasing on the eye its idylic setting and perfect walks and walled gardens make for a must visit.

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