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Carlingford’s Top Spots for Seafood

Carlingford is bursting with options for our foodies and in terms of seafood, this beautiful fishing village does not disappoint.

We’ve compiled a list of our favourite spots to go for our underwater produce.



Fishy Dishy

So it’s all in the name really. The Carlingford Sailing Club is home to this little gem of a restaurant with breathtaking views of the Lough and mouth-watering food dishes to match. Fishy Dishy offers a homely welcome with the fire lit and a warm smile to greet you at the door.

Our favourite would have to be the Prawn Pil Pil starter followed by the fresh Dover sole with lemon, parsley and caper butter, emmmm! However, you will find a fish dish for everyone, and if there’s someone in the group who doesn’t fancy seafood, the steak is equally divine.


Harry’s Oystercatcher On Wheels

Local man Harry Jordan is no stranger to the restaurant business in Carlingford however these days you will find him and his magic mobile in the market square, dishing out succulent Carlingford Oysters and tasty seafood chowder to beat the band.

If you fancy a stroll around Carlingford, chowder in hand or even a quick and healthy take-away treat to bring home, look no further. Harry’s welcome along with Carlingford’s finest seafood produce is what it’s all about.


The Kingfisher Bistro

The infamous Kingfisher Bistro offers a lot more than just seafood but seafood they do excellently.

Soak up the lovely atmosphere and beautifully cooked fish in this exquisite restaurant and we can guarantee you’ll come back for more. A foodies’ paradise.


The Baytree Restaurant

It’s no wonder the Baytree have been the winners of numerous awards in the food stakes and if it’s excellence you’re looking for well then look no further.

Located on the main street in Carlingford this restaurant caters for more than just seafood lovers so there is something for everyone. The Baytree pride themselves on using as much local produce as possible and the results speak for themselves.

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