Discover Restaurants offering the best Irish food in Irvinestown, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. Irvinestown is a town in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. In 2008 it had an estimated population of 2,081 people. The most notable building is the ruined 18th-century church. It is situated within Fermanagh and Omagh district.
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4 based on 601 reviews
A traditional Irish Pub and a City style Bistro, Wine Bar & Restaurant, serving the best of local produce from 10am to 11pm 7 days a week. Family owned and managed since 1967. A warm welcome awaits you.
Staff coped wonderfully well when a party of 21 people decended upon them. Jill takes everything in her stride and is a credit to Saddlers. The food as always was fantastic and I always look forward to eating here!
4 based on 844 reviews
Tucked away so that it was difficult to find, and it as downstairs. We were quite apprehensive until we entered the restaurant area -- beautiful decor, and gracious people. Our waiter was very new, and he had to go back and ask the manager questions several times, but even that was both quaint and informative, as he explained that he was from Poland, and we learned that many young people from Poland were in Ireland, as there is more work there. The food was good, and the wine delightful.
There is little non-pub choice in quiet Ederney, so we tried The Diner one afternoon. It's on the Castlederg road, a few metres from the town crossroads. There is parking on the street nearby.It's a small, cosy place with rapid, friendly service, newspapers and a traditional CafÃ© offering, concentrating on Ulster fries and burgers. Unusually, scampi and wraps are available in what is a surprisingly wide menu.We had the "small" fry - a large meal, including chips, two rounds of toast each and a pot of tea. All fine, but the primary reason for the "excellent" rating is the value......Under Â£8 for two filling meals !!!I'm accustomed to paying about Â£10 for two coffees and pastries at any of the big coffee chains. Don't call this a "greasy spoon"; rather, "outstanding value".
4 based on 452 reviews
A colleague and I popped in to the Taphouse for a quick lunch while on a business trip to Enniskillen. The staff were friendly and welcoming and the service was fast. There is a reasonable lunch menu; I opted for the Pork Sandwich and my colleague had the âLunch Wingsâ. Both dishes were tasty and the staff made a point of asking if everything was okay, which it was. This is a good spot for lunch, although it is a bit out of town.
5 based on 92 reviews
i booked with the proviso that we had only from 5.30 to 7.15 as we had a meeting. the service was slick and charming, the staff included chefs wife and a newly qualified dentist, the menu was small so reassured us that the food would be fresh cooked,the little touches of beautiful homemade fine crisps a tiny little home made mini loaf, and a delicious water ice between courses, we chose duck pettifer, which was dainty and full of flavour for my husband , followed by hake , properly cooked and beautifully presented, my baked beetroot with goats cheese and tiny squares of beetroot jelly was very moreish i was introduced to strip loin which was a good size sirloin with all the inedible parts removed, also flavoursome and well dressed, sugared carrots parsnip and i think turnip and soft creamed potato and 2 scrumptious panacottas and a glass of wine each and we were leaving at 7.15 on the dot a truly delightful experience, which we will be repeating again as soon as we can.
4 based on 117 reviews
The Catalina Restaurant awarded two AA Rosettes for culinary excellence, seating 75 persons, offers a relaxing fine dining experience. This light and spacious room with vaulted ceilings and arched windows, provides diners with spectacular panoramic views
Had dinner as part of our package in the Lough Erne Resort. The surrounding were lovely, facing into sunshine over the lake. Menu good and service good a little slow but it is a fine dining experience. Food was very good but like the resort a bit on the pricey side but worth a visit.Good morning Geojon and thank you very much for writing your review after your recent fine dining experience at the Catalina restaurant. I am delighted that you enjoyed the food and were able to take in the beautiful views of the lough from the restaurant. I do apologise as the service you received was a little slow on that evening, but glad that it did not spoil your experience. I am very grateful for your feedback and comments and will look forward to welcoming you back to the Resort in the future.
3 based on 111 reviews
This is, to date, the best hotel I have used in NI. In scenic Fermanagh, in woodland and by Lough Erne, this former WW2 American airforce base and country house still oozes History and country charm. The large bedroom had the biggest bed I have ever slept in with an oversized TV and a TV above the bath for bath and bubble viewing. Decor was a mix of modern, classic with luxury. There was no shortage beverage faculties and biscuits! Staff had stereotypical Fermanagh charm and welcome. Food was delicious, well presented and locally sourced - generous portions too. The interior was stunning - a mix of the old Manor House with an grand extension of bedrooms, conference rooms and a wedding wing. The grounds outside by Lough Erne and in woodland, were perfect for laps before breakfast and beautifully maintained. Truly beautiful.
4 based on 128 reviews
Mollyâs Bar & Parlour Restaurant is located in the heart of Irvinestown. Whilst the exterior of Mollyâs Bar & Parlour Restaurant is quite modern and inviting, upon entering you are immediately struck by itsâ olde-world charm which is authentically created
Molly's is the latest incarnation at this premises in Tempo. It was previously a much-loved Spanish restaurant. There is street parking near the door.We four arrived early on a quiet Wednesday evening for the Â£15 steak and a bottle of wine between two.It was excellent. The steaks were perfectly cooked, and the sides, from sweet potato fries to the garlic potatoes were just as good. The servings of these are very generous!We were surprised how good the wines were, particularly the red; a quality Bordeaux.Desserts were great, especially the Meringue; it tasted like the best of home-made.Service is excellent.For a value, quality meal in East Fermanagh Molly's is hard to beat.
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