Where to eat

Northern Ireland is proud of its food and drink heritage because there’s so much that’s good here.

The incredible local produce, the skill of its rising food stars and a commitment to holding on to the best of its traditional cuisine. In fact, all the ingredients for one of the most exciting food scenes around. 

Brown Trout Inn

At the Brown Trout Inn we know that relaxing means different things to different people. For some, food and drink is all-important. Our menu offers fresh locally sourced produce ranging from ‘taste of Ulster’ favourites like honey-grilled gammon and buttery champ to slow-roasted lamb shanks and not forgetting fresh fish, including grilled trout of course.

Giant’s Causeway, renowned for its polygonal columns of layered basalt, is the only World Heritage Site in N Ireland.

Walsh’s Hotel

Walsh’s Hotel is situated in the town of Maghera at the foot of the Sperrin Mountains and within a one hour drive of both Belfast and Derry~Londonderry.

Walsh’s offer guests a warm, friendly experience and you can enjoy the lively Jack’s Bar, and the top quality Helena’s Coffee Shop & Bistro before you dance the night away at Gravity nightclub.

The Wild Duck Inn

The Wild Duck Bar, Restaurant and Music Venue features spectacular views centered around a traditional location, where designers have fused exposed brick walls with cosy open fires, and a supreme bar area to create an almost aristocratic feel that is warm and welcoming.

The Bushtown Hotel

The Bushtown Hotel, Restaurant and Leisure Club is the perfect place to stay when visiting the North Coast. The Hotel is set amongst mature woodlands on the outskirts of Coleraine and sits at the gateway to the world famous Causeway Coast.

Looking for more places to eat? Take a look at Discover NI Places to eat here.