This funky spot celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. The clue about its location is in the title. It’s on Queens Quay overlooking the River Foyle, so when the weather is good, you can eat al fresco and the eats are very good indeed!
The beef is from Northern Ireland cattle; the pork is from Glenties; even the ice-cream is from Ballymoney. These great local ingredients are given the star treatment by a talented team of chefs. Try the 50/50 or the Roast Pork Belly.
Their light lunches are plenty filling enough if you ask us. It’s not easy to finish that club sandwich, but for just a few quid more, you can nosh on honey roast gammon and open steak sandwich.
Of course, the food and location can be great, but if the service is bad, your whole meal can be ruined. That’s not something you have to worry about here. The waiting staff are some of the friendliest around.