One of Ireland’s earliest inns going back to 1614. Based in the placid village of Crawfordsburn, a few miles from Bangor. The extremely applauded eating place serving up both a la carte and Table d’Hote meals is famed for its good food. Set in the countryside on the chief Belfast – Bangor road, this eating place forms a piece of the esteemed Dickson’s Garden Centre. Since opening in 1999, they’ve acquired a considerably merited reputation for delightful home made food. In just five years Coyle’s Bistro has attained credit both locally and nationally, gaining Best Eating Establishment at the Bangor Business Awards and being numbered in the Bridgestone Guide 2008, the Mitchelin guide 2008 and more.
Rioja is located at the crest of High Street in Bangor and bestows a bit of the Mediterranean to Bangor. Unwind in the comfortable and congenial ambience as you make your selection from a wide ranging menu with lots of Spanish, French and Italian dishes. Nelson’s Restaurant situated on the first Floor, with panoramic scenes across Belfast Lough. The eating place extends guests eating in an intimate ambience. Fresh sea food is got in every day affording the copious menu of international food. Celebrated for fine food and table service, the Bryansburn has a first class Bar and Restaurant, providing for every discernment.
The busy ambience makes the hum of the Bryansburn as families and buddies slow down over lunch or dinner. Authentic turf burning ranges and bric-a bracs accumulated all round Ireland, give Donegan’s a bona fide ambience. This culinary jewel on Gray’s Hill in Bangor adds a Modern significance to family dining. Jeffers provides an attractively harmonious seasonal menu with dishes that fuse enthusiasm and panache to tease the fullest flavour from the best local ingredients.