The Causeway Coast & Glens Restaurant Week takes off on the 11th
November and lasts for nine days packed with fine dining experiences, themed nights and delicious food tours. The special occasion celebrates fresh local and seasonal produce from a variety of restaurants including The Bushmills Inn.
Many of the featured restaurants have themed evenings on certain days throughout the week, but The Bushmills Inn has taken it one step further and will offer a tasting plate of game as their Innkeepers Special on every evening of Restaurant Week, alongside their They are also open 7 days a week in winter, which means you’ll always find a warm welcome and a memorable dining experience when you dine at The Bushmills Inn.
Locally Sourced Produce
Celebrate Restaurant Week with a taste of a Gamekeepers Tasting Plate. This magnificent dish includes a roast pheasant breast, pan seared haunch of venison, wild boar and Clonakilty black pudding sausage roll, squash purée, pickled red cabbage and Christmas cake Burren balsamic purée finished with a fried quail’s egg. This specially crafted dish is available all week, so don’t miss your chance to taste some of the finest locally sourced game and fresh local harvest produce that our beautiful region has to offer.
Celebrate the festive season at The Bushmills Inn and step into a winter wonderland this Christmas. Enjoy the warmth of a roaring fire and indulge in the finest of traditional local cuisine with a 4-course Christmas banquet meal. Some of the special main dishes include the turkey farcie, 10oz sirloin of Ulster beef and the exquisite root vegetable and chestnut pithivier. Finish your meal with a sweet dessert and enjoy a traditional Christmas movie with popcorn afterwards as the perfect end to a superb evening.
Authenticity and Quality – Guaranteed!
The Bushmills Inn are proud members of Taste of Ulster,
which demonstrates the authenticity and quality of their establishment. Discover what the Taste of Ulster has been talking about with a taste from their Day Menu
, Dinner Menu
, Bar Bites
or the Sunday Carvery Menu
, all of which use local produce from the area. This includes locally caught fish for dishes such as Dalriada Cullen Skink (a traditional Ulster Scots dish of smoked haddock), goat from nearby Broughgammon Farm and naturally reared Belted Galloway beef.
If you’re thinking about visiting the Causeway Coast and Glens Restaurant Week, stop by The Bushmills Inn
and indulge in the finest food and drink from Northern Ireland. As members of Good Food Ireland
, you’re guaranteed an authentic and rewarding food experience when you dine with them. Their unique dishes include locally sourced Irish ingredients and produce served by some of the country’s best chefs to ensure the finest quality, taste and service.