Restaurants in Northern Ireland

With a great selection of traditional, international and fusion restaurants, bistros, cafes and snack places, Northern Ireland is surely standing out on the gastronomy scene with its unique and quirky cuisine options and the atmospheric and charming restaurants you can enjoy them in. Linger over a drink to unwind in the middle of the dynamic big city, enjoy a home-cooked style dish, or a luxurious dining experience, it is completely up to you, because in Northern Ireland you can experience it all!

Creativity of the local chefs and local, always fresh and delicious produce contribute even more to the amazing gastronomy reputation of the country Traditional dishes dominate the restaurant scene, so don’t miss to try the famous Guinness-and-beef pie, steak, chicken and pork, champ, oysters, Ardglass herring, mussels and smoked salmon, but if you want to experiment and go out of your comfort zone a bit more, we recommend you visiting all the internationally influenced fusion places with experimental chefs constantly trying new ideas.

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Nando’s

It all starts where the blistering heat of the Southern African sun meets the grey, rich soil. It’s these elements that create the perfect conditions for growing our unique PERi-PERi chillies to their fiery best. Our chicken is marinated for at least 24 hours in our special PERi-PERi marinade, which gives it that great taste. And there are no hidden nasties – our marinade contains no artificial flavours or colours.

 

 

 

The Quays

After many years of negotiation, The Quays Restaurant opened its doors on the 14th January 1998, thus making the headline news. On 1st June 2014 The Quays restaurant was taken over by head chef Aaron Hanna who has worked at The Quays since the very first day the restaurant opened its doors. Since then we have been trying different menus, different ideas and also building a reputation for using all the freshest fish and shellfish caught on our shores, brought straight from the fishing boats of Portavogie harbour up to ‘The Quays Kitchen.’

 

 

Watermill Restaurant

Wine, dine, stay, fish or get married at the Watermill Lodge, Kilmore Quay, located in a very picturesque part of the Fermanagh Lakelands on the shores of Upper Lough Erne. This beautiful restaurant not only boasts a stunning location but has a menu second to none. With fabulous accommodation on its doorstep, it is an ideal place to spend a few days. Come and experience the Watermill Lodge Restaurant at Kilmore Quay, Lisnaskea, Co. Fermanagh.