Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Holywood. Holywood (/ˈhɒliwʊd/ HOL-ee-wuud) is a town in the metropolitan area of Belfast in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is a civil parish and townland of 755 acres lying on the shore of Belfast Lough, between Belfast and Bangor. Holywood Exchange and Belfast City Airport are nearby. The town hosts an annual jazz and blues festival.
Things to do in Holywood
4 based on 564 reviews
Had a drink in one of Belfast's oldest buildings. Really dark inside so watch your step. Prices are reasonable. Live music and beer garden which is covered which is good. Not really that big but great atmosphere. Would definitely recommend. Yardbird upstairs if you fancy a bite to eat.
4 based on 587 reviews
Murielâs is always an old favourite of ours so called in for a couple of martinis and had the two platters one of cheese and one of hummus, just as a little nibble.Then we had to move table as where we were sitting had been previously reserved but that wasnât a problem. We moved on into the bar area and had our main courses all of which were great.Murielâs has a nice friendly âfront sitting roomâ feel. Always great staff excellent food and the cocktail list is wonderful
3 based on 47 reviews
Award winning UK PUB of the year 2018 FOOD FROM NOON, we are not a restaurant- rather a neighbourhood pub that delivers great PUB FOOD We are famous for BURGERS
We visited for lunch a couple of days ago, 2 members of staff on duty one of which seemed to be the supervisor / manager as they were training the other member of staff who was obviously new on how to set up the bar. We ordered drinks and mine didn't arrive so we had to ask for it again, it took them 20 minutes to take our order even though the restaurant was not busy with only 2 other small tables with a maximum of 4 customers which had already been served their food. The food was OK but when it arrived we had no cutlery and we were not asked if we wanted any additional condiments / sauces. At no time did anyone check if we were enjoying our meal, we were not offered additional drinks and when the table was cleared we were not offered a dessert menu. We had to go to the bar to ask for the bill and again had to stand and wait before we were asked if we could be helped. Extremely poor service.HeatherPlease email us specifically with dates and time of your visit - this is completely unacceptable and we do not tolerate this behaviour, even if we are busy you should receive great service. I will follow this up and get back to you. Apologies & thanks for letting us know. [email protected]
4 based on 244 reviews
Fantastic place to have a drink. Very old pub with Irish music playing. They also serve food. Staff brilliant. Well worth a visit
4 based on 763 reviews
Situated in Ballyhackamore in East Belfast, Horatio Todd's is an award winning, comfortable and welcoming local bar and restaurant providing quality drinks, food and entertainment. Open every day from 12 midday for lunch, and 5pm for evening dinner, Gener
Thank you so much to your fantastic servers Eva and Victor who kept us topped up and fed yesterday at bottomless prosecco brunch. Great food and tasty mimosas. My brother and his fiancee live in London and loved their visit to HTs. We will be back soon!!Dear 2013traveldoc Thank you for taking the time to write your review and for your lovely words regarding both the food and service.I have passed on your kind words to both Eva and Victor. We really look forward to welcoming you back again soon.Kind regardsOliver
4 based on 597 reviews
In grounds of Culloden Hotel
This is a great bar restaurant on the outskirts of Holywood. Part of the Culloden Hotel grounds it is a lovely old inn style building with vaulted roof and attractive interior decor.Pleasant staff started a light lunch in a nice way.A starter sized Caesar salad with a portion of skinny fries is a regular order of mine and the Cultra Inn does in very,very well.Add a tea/coffee for a Â£15 bill which is a bargain for the quality and portion size.Great.Dear 1_mth_1,Thank you for the wonderful reviews from your visits for lunch at the Cultra Inn,I am glad to read you found our Ceaser Salad & coffee great quality.We look forward to welcoming you back sometime in the near future.Warmest RegardsScott WeatherupGeneral ManagerE: [email protected]
4 based on 951 reviews
We had a great meal for my birthday. Food was very good but service was exceptionally slow and the noise levels for such a small restaurant were dreadful. Would try again. The desserts were certainly very generous portions and the location is great
4 based on 305 reviews
Coffee | Food | Drink | Social Instagram: @townsqcafe / @townsqbar We're open from the break of dawn right through to the early hours. Serving Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch & Dinner with world class coffee and cocktails in between.
I had lunch with family here and we were looking for a fry. The waitress was accommodating and said the chef could customise their âfry in a bapâ for us. I had the avocado, poached egg on toast and it was very small. I left still hungry and it didnât have roasted tomatoes as other images showed. The poached egg was hard and disappointing as was the overcooked single slice of bacon which cost and additional Â£1. I shouldnât have bothered as it was tasteless. The coffee tasted nice, however was very small.I am sorry that you left less than fully satisifed with our food offering. The coffees only come in one size (8oz), which is the standard for a specialty coffee shop. However, I would love if you could email me with the time and date that you ate with us so I can investigate the matter of the missing item and the poor quality food. Thanks
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.