Reviews on Gastropub food in Craigavon, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. Craigavon (/kreɪˈɡævən/ kray-GAV-ən; Irish: Creag Abhann) is a planned settlement in northern County Armagh, Northern Ireland. Its construction began in 1965 and it was named after Northern Ireland's first Prime Minister: James Craig, 1st Viscount Craigavon. It was intended to be the heart of a new linear city incorporating Lurgan and Portadown, but this plan was abandoned and less than half of the proposed work was done. Among locals today, "Craigavon" refers to the area between the two towns. It is built beside two artificial lakes and is made up of a large residential area (Brownlow), a second smaller one (Mandeville), plus a central area (Highfield) that includes a substantial shopping centre, a courthouse and the district council headquarters. The lakes, a wildlife haven, are surrounded by woodland with walking trails. There is also a watersports centre, petting zoo, golf course and ski slope in the area. In most of Craigavon, motor vehicles are completely separated from pedestrians, and roundabouts are used extensively.
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4 based on 51 reviews
On holiday in the area visiting family and popped in for a drink. Was a bit nervous but the bar staff (ginger) was really nice and had good craic! Pineapple margaritas were gorgeous!! Couldn't have had a better more relaxed time!Thank you for your great review.Iâm delighted to hear that you enjoyed the pineapple margaritas and also had a relaxing time here.We hope to see you again soon.
4 based on 49 reviews
Nestled in the rural countryside outside Banbridge, Mollyâs Mill has the character and presence of an old country manor with an interior to match. Since opening their doors in October 2017, the newly refurbished bar, restaurant and off sales has provided
Attended as part of a birthday party function. Haven't been in a long time. Food was outstanding, service was great, and all staff without exception were friendly and professional. Great environment too and fresh new look. 10/10Thank you so much for your lovely review Look forward to having yous back again Regards Mollys Mill Team
4 based on 77 reviews
Had this place recommended to me so walked in, said hello to bar staff and looked for a table.âCould I have a pint of smithwicks pleaseââAre you full of drinkââIâm sorryââHave you taken a load of drinkââNoââI think you have... Iâm not serving youâSo donât bother. I donât think they like serving people from outside of Craigavon.
4 based on 28 reviews
Recently had lunch and was super! The bar is under renovation but instead of closing they have adapted upstairs into a temporary restaurant. The menu choose is great, the cost excellent. Great choice of specials. Cajun Sea bass with crushed potatoes and green beans, amazing and only Â£9!Iâve had poorer meals at twice the price on occasions. Definitely worth a visit for lunch.
4 based on 272 reviews
Sally's has grown from a two- roomed pub to a sprawling restaurant with lots if inviting nooks and crannies with bagfuls of charm and character. A leisurely pint, a dinner for two or a quiet coffee on the sofa Sally McNally's has it all. Whatever you are
Had a gorgeous meal here with my family, as they recommended it being here before, we where made to feel very welcome from the time we came in till we left, very attentive, place is lovely, cosy and warm, Food was beautiful from Quantity to the Quality of the food we enjoyed everything served to us, We would highly recommend eating here as you wont be disappointed :)
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