Warrenpoint is a small town and civil parish in County Down, Northern Ireland. It lies on the northern shore of Carlingford Lough and is separated from the Republic of Ireland by a narrow strait. The town sprang up within the townland of Ringmackilroy (from Irish Rinn Mhic Giolla Rua, meaning 'MacIlroy's point'). It is locally nicknamed "The Point".
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4.5 based on 367 reviews
It is hard to believe such a restaurant is on my door step. Great choice on the menu and the food was fresh and cooked to perfection. Staff was helpful and attentive without being fussy.
4 based on 287 reviews
ate in here twice - both nice & reasonable - staff very friendly, and good views of the tv's from anywhere in the place if you like your sport!
4.5 based on 469 reviews
Went here for lunch with my mum and for a lunch menu it was very expensive I won’t be going back too soon
4.5 based on 35 reviews
I have been meaning to go to the Bric Café in Warrenpoint for ages, because I love crêpes, but only made it there for the first time very recently.
The building is small and quite narrow, and I imagine if you go between 12 and 2 it might be very busy, as I know it is popular with locals during their lunch hour. My sister, niece and I arrived just after two and there were still people at a few tables finishing off their lunch. However, we got an empty (clean!) table close to the door which was nice, as there was a bit of a breeze. I didn't notice if there was aircon in the café. If not, I imagine it might get quite hot at the tables down the back. I liked the decor and atmosphere and the staff behind the counter were friendly and helpful.
The range of items on offer on the large wall menu is not huge by any means, as it is really just crêpes, bagels and scones, but there is a myriad of fillings on offer. To my niece’s delight, crêpes were both savoury and sweet, and I suspected she’d opt for the latter.
My sister and I ordered a ham, cheese and egg crêpe (une crêpe complète in French, if I remember correctly) and my ten year old niece chose maple syrup with vanilla ice cream. These were all large and well filled. My niece couldn't finish hers - unfortunately I hadn't thought to ask if they did child-sized portions. We had two very decent Americanos and my niece had hot chocolate with marshmallows. I don't remember exactly how much it cost, but I know it was really good value for what we had (I think it was under £20 but that doesn’t seem possible) and will definitely return.
4.5 based on 239 reviews
Family owned, in business for number of years. Bookings required at some weekends. Very good food, reasonabley priced.
Called into Diamonds after Reading reviews,, was not disappointed,, surroundings very good ,, toilets immaculate,, Service excellent and very friendly, We had Cod and Scampi both very good. Will be back to eat here when visiting Warrenpoint again. Plenty of parking opposite at the harbour
4.5 based on 82 reviews
The Old Mill Restaurant at the Canal Court Hotel is perched on top of the hotels spiral staircase and have stunning views overlooking Ireland's Oldest Man-made Canal. The Old Mill is a contemporary styled restaurant with soft lighting, wood paneled walls and a rich feeling. The food is an Irish Style cuisine cooked by a team of award winning chefs with a strong focus on locally sourced produce. The food is a testament to the classic Irish dishes with a modern twist. We have a strong focus on meat and seafood. The service is welcoming and paced with an emphasis on taking your time to enjoy your meal. You arrive to our bright conservatory where you enjoy a drink and the ambiance while your peruse the menu. Your order is taken in the bar as you relax and you come through to the dining room when your food is ready. The Old Mill is a rare restaurant that can meet almost any need. From a romantic meal for 2 to a large group dinner to a birthday to a business lunch. The Old Mill is open 7 days a week for breakfast / lunch / dinner services.
The Canal Court Hotel is central in Newry, just across the Canal from the main bus station.
Inside is bright and attractive and welcoming, and the Restaurant/Bar is just beside the Reception area.
Found a seat in the busy Restaurant and was served shortly afterwards. Service was prompt, friendly and helpful throughout, and although there were plenty of Diners, everyone was being well looked after.
Ordered Beef Roast, which was served with Mash Potato, Roast Potato, Cabbage and Carrot, and was very enjoyable.
The Canal Court Hotel is an attractive location and is well used and busy, and good.
4.5 based on 116 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. Sweet Pea Offers Delicious Homemade Treats, Wholesome Food And Exceptional Service. The Exposed Natural Beams, Half Doors And Delightful Terrace Give This Country Kitchen A Charming Old World Ambiance Where You Can Expect A Warm Welcome And Enticing Fare Whatever The Occasion. Sweet Pea Cafe, Also Has Private Dining Facilities For Intimate Gatherings And Celebrations Where Menus Can Be Tailored For Events. The Food Sweet Pea Cafe, Aims To Offer Its Customers Something A Little Different.! Catering For Food Intolerance As Well As Vegetarians. There Are Hot And Cold Specials As Well As The Morning And Afternoon Menus Where You Can Sample Anything From French Toast With Crispy Bacon & Maple Syrup To Beef & Guinness Casserole.
Came across this place by accident today, but it was outstanding. Clean and inviting. Excellent food. Interested and friendly service. Could not fault it. Well worth a visit, even if a little off the beaten trackThank you for your kind words. it's always a pleasure to hear how customers enjoy our hidden gem. Look forward to seeing you again. Best regards Nuala
4.5 based on 199 reviews
As the name might suggest, this venue was once a bank, but don't imagine a transformed local branch of Northern Bank this is a grand, towering building with ornate ceilings and has been restored to its former glory, encompassing some original features, and with the original bank vault located behind the bar, it gives a very unique style and decadence.Its history that props up the bar here at, The Bank - quite literally. These days, it's well worth investing some time in a bar where you can bank on a friendly welcome, good company and a fine pint. The Bank Bar attracts a loyal band of regulars as well as a city-centre mix of shoppers, passers by and students, many of them lured in by the promise of good food, good music and great times, and at the Bank Bar we do not disappoint. Situated in Newry's Town Centre, just 5 minutes' walk away from the main shopping area, you can experience fine dining in a lavish yet relaxed and comfortable setting, whether it's a quick lunch away from the office, socialising with a group of friends, cocktails with the girls, craft beers with the lads, an intimate celebration or even just calling in for a coffee. At The Bank Bar & Bistro, you're more than welcome
Recently visited but once again service was terrible and rude staff. Starter was tasteless, main course and dessert was good. Wine ordered for table but had to wait 20 mins for glasses to put it in. All meals did not come out together some getting main courses when others nearly finished. Bar staff used hands to add fruit to drinks when tongs clearly available and when asked to provide fresh drinks using tongs stormed off from bar leaving us standing there.
4.5 based on 312 reviews
We had heard that this restaurant had new Italian owners and decided to give it a try. Wow! Wonderful food served by the most attentive staff. The wife and husband owners couldn’t do enough to provide an excellent service. The Italian chef visits every table and chats to all customers to ensure all is well and gives recommendations on wine. No pizza here, just quality Italian food at its best. It’s not cheap but it’s all cooked fresh, so quality not quantity. If I hazard a guess I would say that in time to come you will have to book here. Great for a special night out.
4.5 based on 239 reviews
That’s about as busy as Monday should get. Smoked apple cheese, caramelised onions on a thick beef patty with pulled pork. I never rant about burgers, but this one deserves a standing ovation. ‘The Big Mo’, get involved!
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