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Barnabys Restaurant

153 Ballyrobert Road, Ballyclare, County Antrim, BT39 9RT
Barnabys Restaurant


“A great restaurant, with excellent service, great facilities and located in beautiful surroundings. A true gem in Northern Ireland”- James Martin (Celebrity chef and host of BBC Saturday Kitchen live).

Barnabys Restaurant creates the perfect blend between traditional home cuisine and modern dishes, only using locally sourced meat and fresh fish from our Strangford shores. Our very own poly tunnel grows our salads and vegetables, even our delicious strawberries are home grown by our chefs. Our desserts are home made by our pastry chef and our daily specials are always extremely popular with our regular customers.

Renowned for its good food and service, our friendly staff will be happy to assist you in any way to ensure your visit to Barnabys is a pleasant one.

With fabulous views of the golf course and lake, we are confident we will create the perfect atmosphere for you and we hope your dining experience is memorable. We look forward to welcoming you to Barnabys soon.

Barnabys has also become a popular venue for conferences in Northern Ireland. We guarantee top class facilities in outstanding settings, with views overlooking a beautiful lake and golf course. The Turret room upstairs is truly the ‘room with a view’. It takes its name from the turrets which are on either side of the function room.

It is a modern room for meetings, presentations, receptions, dinners and weddings. Our Turret function room can cater up to 150 people for a sit down dinner and up to 250 for a conference or seminar.

Our new Garden suite is also a beautiful room with its own private garden and conservatory. It is perfect for an intimate occasion or celebration. The Garden suite can cater for 50 people for a sit down meal and 80 for a buffet or bar.

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  • Baby changing facilities
  • Children's Menu Available
  • Highchairs Available

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  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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* 12:00 to 21:00

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