Discover the best restaurant in Laragh, Ireland including Belleek Castle Restaurant, Coach Lane Restaurant at Donaghy's Bar, The Wicklow Heather Restaurant, The Venue, The Courthouse Restaurant, The Peak Restaurant, Harrison's Bar and Restaurant, Dillons Bar & Restaurant, Langs Bar & Restaurant, Hargadon Bros
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5 based on 319 reviews
Belleek Castle is set in the heart of Belleek Woods. It is a cosy romantic hotel with plenty of character and award-winning restaurant. Afternoon tea is available daily from 12pm until 5pm. Tours also take place each day of the dungeons where you will get to see and hold Irelands largest private collection of armour and we also boast a collection of fossils - plus a few extra surprises!The Armada bar has been constructed from a spanish armada ship which makes it boast plenty of character and is admired by all who visit the castle. Our restaurant is cosy and romantic with an old world feel. We are proud to serve gourmet dishes without the gourmet price! Our head chef Stephen uses only the freshest local ingredients available to create masterpieces in the kichen.The castle is also an ideal wedding venue with several weddings held here every year since 1971. We strive to ensure that everyone has the most perfect day possible and where better to celebrate such an occasion than in a romantic castle.Belleek Castle is a home away from home and is well worth a visit - we hope to be welcoming you here soon!
Best restaurant visited in the town. Really great food & friendly service. Good bar. Easy to get taxi to/from restaurant (<10 mins wait) Only improvement is the wine list which needs an overhaul. Not that extensive and its not easy to understand their categorizations.
4.5 based on 721 reviews
Coach Lane Restaurant @ Donaghy's Bar is a multi-award-winning family run eatery located in the heart of Sligo. Check out our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter too, @coachlanesligo for the latest mouthwatering snaps!
This place.... as there isn't much competition in Sligo is good, the staff are good, the place is good, the food and it's presentation is good.. but it could be and SHOULD be so much better...Another hopeful visit last Saturday evening with another couple left me feeling rushed...(10 pm... forcing us downstairs to a practically empty bar) and although my friends husband had phoned that morning to say it was her 50th birthday & could they acknowledge it...one scoop of icecream and a sparkler was the acknowledgement...we spent at least 200 euro...my 6 year old had a mocktail made for her in Bianconis! Surely the pastry chef could have managed to write her name on a plate...?!... I rest my case..again....
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The Wicklow Heather Restaurant and is idyllically situated in the picturesque village of Laragh deep in the Wicklow Mountains, only minutes from the world renowned scenic and historic Glendalough, while the hustle and bustle of Dublin City is less than an hour away.A family run business, we will go the extra mile to ensure your time with us is enjoyable, whether you are joining us for breakfast, lunch or dinner, or staying in one of our luxurious guesthousesHomely comfortable surroundings with a friendly service are the order of the day at the Wicklow Heather Restaurant. Here the knowledgeable team offer you advice on the many local walks and trails. As a guest of the Wicklow Heather you can also avail of our free shuttle service to and from local bed and breakfasts, hotels and hostel.Please browse our site to find details of our service and how the helpful team at The Wicklow Heather can make your visit to Glendalough a unique and pleasurable experience. Should you require further assistance or to make a reservation, please contact us directly.
We visited the White Heather in Laragh with Australian in-laws. They loved the scenery in Co Wicklow and our choice of restaurant did not disappoint. The food was excellent, the staff charming and really efficient. An eclectic mix of antiques filled the first room to create a warm country ambiance. A side room, however, was the big surprise. It housed a wonderful collection of first edition books by eminent Irish authors. Stunning! Do go.
4.5 based on 649 reviews
Great atmosphere, tables are on on top of each other, staff very friendly, helpful and efficient.
Chicken wings are divine
Crab claw main courses- biggest crab claws we have seen and a good portion size. Sauce is superb. A slightly fresher bread is the only possible improvement on this.
Steaks- what can we say?...? Let’s put it this way; every main course we saw on other tables looked lovely and there was a great selection to choose from BUT you must have the steak!!!
The nicest fillet steak I have had in a long time and as authentic as you could get- onions, mushroom, choices of sauces and potatoes- flavoursome at its very best.
The Venue is a long way from home for us- but it was certainly the highlight of our short trip to the area and we will make another trip in the future built around dining in The Venue again.
Good value too!!!
Highly highly highly highly recommended.
5 based on 140 reviews
A beautiful meal in a beautiful restaurant. Although the dining room isn’t big we were seated at a corner table so weren’t really overlooked by other diners. It was very comfortable.
The food was wonderful, from the garlic prawns starter to the tiramisu dessert and of course the wonderful wine.
The staff were very courteous and knowledgeable. We will most certainly be back!!
4.5 based on 345 reviews
The Peak was recommended to us by our b & b hosts and it did not disappoint. Amazing view of the bay. We all ate different meals and all thought the quality was excellent especially the lobster and mussels. Staff were very friendly and we can't wait to go back
4.5 based on 219 reviews
In the Harrison family since 1898, a multi award winning restaurant and bar
Not surprising that this place receives awards for its ambience , lovely coal fire and homely surroundings . A slight disappointment though , arriving in after a trot around mullaghmore and having a good appetite , the portions were small. Ordering the chicken an chorizo pie with a small portion of chips , it looked ok but sadly I think the chorizo was absent and at something like 16euro , a bit over the top . My wife had a burger and likewise a little on the small size and nothing exciting. With the emergence of the small plate the prices are not reflecting the downsizing of mains .
4.5 based on 525 reviews
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the town, you'll find the atmospheric Dillons courtyard an ideal place in which to chill out after a busy day. This refreshing haven gives local residents and visitors an opportunity to enjoy a drink, bar food or evening dinner in a unique location.We pride ourselves on delivering Restaurant food in a relaxed casual setting. Dillons is now under the stewardship of Paul Regan.Paul brings a lifetime of experience in the bar and catering trade to Dillons.Our motto is simple 'Quality Food at a Reasonable Price'.Whether it's a casual meal by the fireside or a more formal dinner in the restaurant you can be guaranteed of top quality fayre and friendly and efficient service. We specialize in catering for all family occasions. Christenings,Communions,Confirmations,Birthdays,Anniversaries,Post wedding day celebrations and have menu's to suit each occasion.A simple phone call is all it takes.We can also proivide entertainment for your family occasion,from a Traditional Irish music session to a lively local band.Ballina was originally one of Ireland's major ports. The Bond Store Warehouse (now Dillons) was built in the early 1800s beside the river Moy. It stored the imported liquor and porter that had been placed under Custom Seals until the appropriate duty had been paid. Dillons Terrace was of significant commercial importance and is steeped in local history. The stone floor in Dillons Bar originated from Kilmainham Gaol and a huge chimney breast in the bar was once used as a hopper to process grain.
It is rare these days to find a restaurant that is not only great in all departments but extremely reasonably priced. For a start the atmosphere created in the old Bond Store is wonderful and welcoming as are the staff. The food is all fresh from local suppliers who are credited on the menu. Great starters, superb main courses and wonderful desserts.
No fancy designer dishes here, good honest beautifully cooked food served on sparkling white China. For starters deep fried brie, seafood chowder, crabmeat and smoked salmon stack are among the tasty offerings. The main courses range from steak, handmade beef burgers that put fast food to shame, duck two ways and tempura battered fish and chips with fresh cod in huge portions and even superb curries. Desserts include crepes, apple and berry crumble, cheesecake of the day all priced less than €5. The whole menu is outstanding value. Good reasonable wine list and great Guinness. It shows it can be done at a price that will not break the bank. In fact it was so good one dining companion queried if they had left something off the bill it was so reasonable! The toilet facilities are absolutely spotless and it is a great place to go for an enjoyable evening. It makes you wonder why others cannot produce menus of this standard at such reasonable prices. Absolutely fabulous and I will be returning often.
4.5 based on 281 reviews
A visit to the Northwest is not complete without stopping off at Award-Winning Langs Gastro Pub in Grange, County Sligo. This family run establishment began serving food 8 years ago. Since then, the combination of quality home cooked food & our friendly & welcoming atmosphere in relaxed surroundings continues to attract tourist & locals alike. Because of its popularity, the area was extended recently with extensive dining area, though newly built, blending seamlessly with the old. Langs Bar & Restaurant is in one of the most picturesque locations in Ireland with the majestic Benbulben mountain on one side & the rugged beauty of the Atlantic coast at Streedagh Beach on the other. It's only 15 miles from Sligo - the shopping capital of the Northwest & is also only 10 miles from the fun of Bundoran. It serves as a gateway to Donegal & Northern Ireland.
Phoned as we were leaving Sligo.Got table booked 15 mins in advance of arrival. Very helpful staff. Fast service and reasonably priced.
4.5 based on 630 reviews
A large group of us were here for just drinks, staff, locals were very friendly and a great atmosphere, a nice spot.
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