King Street, DROGHEDA, Co Louth, ROI,
Originally built as a Christian Brothers monastery in 1867, ceiling frescoes of the Battle of the Boyne in the interlinked dining rooms furnish a historical note that's a contrast to the modern Irish cooking. Start with salt-and-vinegar lemon sole and crispy mussels with smoked potato salad, or maybe foie gras parfait with pistachio butter and chocolate oil, before pedigree main-course meats bring on rump and braised shoulder of Kerry lamb dressed with garlic purée and mint jelly in red wine jus, or chicken breast and maple-syrup wings with sage and onion polenta and truffled feta terrine. Praline soufflé with pumpkin ice cream and hazelnuts is an interesting way to finish.
Tel: 041 9835410
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Dates closed: 25-26 Dec
Sunday lunch available.
Cooking type: Modern Irish
Chef: Michael Hunter
Number of seats: 75
Accessible for wheelchairs.
A La Carte Dinner Main Course from: €15.95
Sunday lunch: €14.95-€25.00
Prices are for guidance only. Please check when booking for current rates.
Follow West St (Main St) to St Lawrences Gate. Turn left, up the hill. On left
Nearest station: Drogheda (Macbride)