Best Irish restaurants nearby. Discover the best Irish food in Rostrevor. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Irish restaurants near you.. Rostrevor is a village and townland in County Down, Northern Ireland. It is within Newry, Mourne and Down District. It lies at the foot of Slieve Martin on the coast of Carlingford Lough. The Kilbroney River flows through the village.
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4 based on 132 reviews
Welcome To Sweet Pea Restaurant, A Little Slice Of Serenity Nestled In The Mourne Mountains Just Two Minutes Drive From The Centre Of The Scenic Seaside Town Of Warrenpoint. Tucked In The Delightful Grounds Of Annett's Garden Centre And Petting Farm. Swee
Quaint little eatery with pleasant surroundings. Smashing menu with clean tasty food. Good service too. What a find!Thank you for your kind comments glad you enjoyed.
4 based on 103 reviews
I've eaten here quite a few times and I keep going back.The food,flavour,presentation and portions is superb.I can never fault a thing.The service is great too an very reasonably priced..Try for yourself you don't be dissappointed
4 based on 222 reviews
The Whistledown Hotel is modern, stylish, family owned and operated. It is renowned for its bustling trade, excellent restaurants and first class service. The bistro creates the perfect ambience for good food, wine and conversation. The menu has a wide va
Super restaurant. Had the Chef Special of the day, seafood risotto. Perfect,and good value.And the view from the upstairs restaurant on a June evening was also perfect. A gem of a restaurant and quite busy when I called early in the evening.
4 based on 366 reviews
We were a group of 5 which had prebooked.Shown to our table and orders taken.Two of the group chose monkfish only to be told it was not available.Two other servers told us the same.Lack of communication from kitchen.The rest of the food was ok.We ordered red wine but the bottle was brought opened to the table.This happened for the next two bottles as well.Does nobody know to open and serve wine at a table?In total we had 5 different servers.Not good!There has been a slippage in standards and service since our previous visit .Disappointing!We apologise that you are disappointed with the experience you had. We certainly strive for the highest standards in 23. We very much hope to see you again.
5 based on 96 reviews
We are a family run Coffee & Food bar since 2010 offering our now famous breakfast & lunch menus along with a gluten free menu using the best local produce & suppliers including handmade Cumberland sausages, mourne free range eggs & vegetables delivered f
The best sandwich ever .... the menu is varied and helpful indicating lower fat options and prices clearly shown (great value)I chose the 365 toasted sandwich also available in a wrap it was perfect and delicious my friend had the stuffed potato which she too enjoyed. I only wish I had space for a dessert all food was FRESHLY made to order.We were made feel very welcome by the staff and everyone we came accross no one tried to rush us we felt so comfortable We will be back 5
4 based on 121 reviews
Hadn't been in quite a while but heard about the two new chefs. Definitely did not disappoint. Food and service both fantastic. Fillet steak and crab claws were both delicious. Barry who served us was brilliant. Have already booked to go back in two days time.
4 based on 299 reviews
Family owned, in business for number of years. Bookings required at some weekends. Very good food, reasonabley priced.
We called in for dinner tonight 5 of us and were seated quickly. The food was delicious and the staff was so friendly. Nothing was too much for them. Thank you
4 based on 88 reviews
In a beautiful refurbished 18th century building, where the Crawford family first started serving drinks in the mid 1800s, the Rostrevor Inn hosts a charming traditional bar, restaurant and stables area, an atmospheric main bar serving delicious food. We
We stayed here two nights 11 and 12 July. Lovely room, spotless clean with tea making facilities and nice bathroom. Beautiful food morning and night. The breakfast was probably the best I've experienced in Ireland. Great choice. Also the staff in restaurant and bar where excellent, friendly and helpful. We had a great day trekking to Cloughmore stone. Would highly recommend Rostrevor Inn and we will be back for sure.Thank you James for your review, it was lovely to meet you both and are delighted you enjoyed your stay with ourselves. Hope to see you again soon.
4 based on 244 reviews
The Church is a family run Cafe and Bistro, situated in the picturesque village of Rostrevor beside the beautiful Kilbroney Park. It has hosted new guests and old friends from up the street and around the world right at the foot of the Mournes . Our tradi
Decided to visit the Fiddlers Green Festival during the day midweek. Town was very busy as was the restaurant. Though we arrived at the end of busy lunch service we asked could we sit outside as such a beautiful day. We picked a table and were quickly offered menus and a drink order was taken. We both opted for the chicken salad which was delicious only fault a little too much dressing but very flavoursome. The owner of the restaurant was there and came to speak to everyone to check we were happy. Really nice guy who cared about his clientele Great service and very friendly staff
4 based on 297 reviews
Though we were all age groups from 3 to over 80 there was something on the menu for everyone From the superb fish chowder with its delicious homemade wheaten bread which I had a tiny taste of to my scampi and chips. The scampi was second to none fresh batter over large juicy fresh prawns So tasty Others in our group had the penne pasta and fish and chips. Again no fault only portion size a little big. Which is not a fault. We had a three year old with us. Straight away he was given a picture and crayons to play with to keep him amused. Small but tasty childâs menu offered Again great service and very friendly staff. Also great chef.
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