The Old Post Office
Here in the village of Lisbane, close to the shores of Strangford Lough, we offer a unique dining and hospitality experience.
The Old Post Office Lisbane, has long been a feature on the Comber to Killyleagh road. A listed thatch with a homely atmosphere our café/tea rooms is a popular meeting place where a warm welcome awaits all who cross our door.
Noted for serving the finest local produce our menu offers exceptional food at a fair price. So, whether you’re catching up with a friend over a coffee and scone or looking a hearty lunch there will certainly be something to satisfy.
The Grade II listed building dates back to the 1840’s and having lain derelict for many years, it has been lovingly restored and it now makes a charming home for our tea rooms and kitchen shop.
We don’t know about you but to us, food always tastes better when served in an original thatched cottage. When that cottage also houses a quirky gift shop near the shores of Strangford Lough, well, what more can we say? Plenty, actually.
Whether you go on a sunny Saturday, or snuggle up in front of the turf fire on a cold, wet Wednesday, you’ll be so glad you popped in. They make everything on site from soups and scrummy salads to gorgeous gateaux.
We’re extremely partial to the cinnamon scones. It’s open for breakfast right through to afternoon tea. If you’re thinking of dinner, you can take some home with you. Our favourites are the steak and Guinness pie or home baked lasagne. Freshly prepared salads go really well with that Beetroot and Goats Cheese tart.
We also love the new ‘food to go’ menu, taking the hassle out of your party. If you bring your own bowl, we will fill it, your guests will never know!