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Coq & Bull

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

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FOR FRIENDS, FAMILIES AND FOOD-LOVERS
A warm welcome and a truly rare dining experience. The finest local, seasonal produce, wonderfully cooked and presented, matched with a superb wine list.

GOOD HONEST FOOD
The Coq & Bull’s warm welcome is matched only by the quality of its menu, produce, chefs and service. We call it good, honest food. No tricks, no flimflam. We know what works. We know what looks good and what tastes great. The Coq & Bull is a place to savour. Heartfelt flavour. Soulful food.

LOVINGLY LOCAL
We’re homegrown – part of the whole local deal. Artisan produce from the farms around us. Grass-fed dairy from the fields of County Down. Vegetables dug from the soil of the Ards Peninsula. Organic chicken and beef reared in Northern Ireland’s rain-washed pastures. Fish freshly caught in the Irish Sea. We love local.

AMONG FRIENDS
Eating with friends. Hard to beat. It’s simple, we look after people. The Coq & Bull is the place to be. And it’s not just the food. It’s the lighting, the music, the service, the understanding and the sense that for that moment, there could be nowhere better. Relaxed, at home, at ease. Dining has never been so enjoyable.

Facilities

Catering

  • Cocktail Menu

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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Tel+44 (0) 28 9185 2500

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Opening Times

* Open daily for lunch and dinner service from 12 noon.
Morning tea and coffee is available from 9.00am.

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