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Coq and Bull

10 Estate Road, Bangor, County Down, BT19 1UR
Coq and Bull

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We’ve been busy lately creating something we think is quite special – an approach to dining based on premium quality produce that’s fresh, seasonal and locally sourced.

We call it good, honest food. We’re proud of it. And now you’ve a chance to try it for yourself.

Vegetables grown here in the fertile Ards Peninsula. Dairy produce from grass-fed herds. Organic chicken and beef from traditional farm-reared Irish breeds. Fish freshly caught in the Irish Sea. Menu ingredients from small-scale, artisan producers.

Our kitchen team works in partnership with our suppliers, using their shared expertise to develop dishes that surprise and delight – whether you're sitting down to breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner.

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