The Parson’s Nose
Want to dine in the village which is home to the Queen of England’s official residence in Northern Ireland? They treat you like royalty at the Parson’s Nose and the food is definitely five star. One of our top chefs Danny Millar is responsible for the food offering. This is a gastro pub which you will want to visit again and again.
The in-house Belfast Black wheaten bread served with Abernethy Butter will whet your appetite for the likes of Rademon estate pigeon and some of the best steak we’ve ever tasted. It was a struggle to fit in the buttermilk onion rings and triple-cooked chips. Portion sizes are so generous, you’ll be hard pushed to
do three courses, but do try. How could anyone resist chocolate cherry cake?
The décor is totally in keeping with the Georgian building but feels modern too. Top marks for supplying local brews. Check out the Heavenly Menu deal for the best value. We’re having the crispy pork belly with roast apples, but first the potted Lissara duck with rhubarb and ginger chutney.