Harry’s Restaurant, Cushendall

On our trip along the Antrim coast south we arrived at Cushendall where we chose Harry’s Bistro/Bar/Restaurant to have an early dinner – it came highly recommended and didn’t disappoint! Even though we were still in their ‘early bird’ time slot, Una was kind enough to allow us access to the regular a la carte menu (the other menu was still very good, but we had drooled over a couple of the options on the a la carte menu when online!). A mixture of the starters on offer was calling us, so they did us a bit of a platter with our various choices and we ploughed through the meal. These included: sesame coated scallops, crushed ginger and garlic and ‘naughty boy’ dressing; grilled goats cheese, burnt red peppers, marmalade glaze; Bloody Mary mussels with garlic dipping bread; avocado, stilton and beetroot salad. Were glad that we called into this little gem on our way down to our accommodation further south.

If you are doing the Antrim Coast road tour, call in to Harry’s – you won’t be disappointed!

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Nic is the the ‘Bon’ part of ‘Bontaks.’ Together we are Nic and John – two travel-addicted teachers who enjoy every opportunity to go places, meet people and experience life.

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