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Restaurant 1861

120 Melmount Road, Sion Mills, County Tyrone, BT82 9ET
Restaurant 1861


Restaurant 1861 at Sion Stables offers a modern café and restaurant experience in an old world setting. The restaurant is operated by Kevin Myers, Head Chef, and the hardworking Restaurant 1861 team. Open six days a week, offering morning coffee, lunch afternoon tea and dinner.

The restaurant is fully licensed. Our mission is 'to offer a warm welcome a unique dining experience to all our guests'. The quality and standard of our food is paramount and everything else is build around that. We hope that you enjoy 'the 1861 experience'.

Restaurant 1861 was awareded the Best Newcomer in County Tyrone at The Irish Restaurant Awards earlier this year.

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* Open 6 days a week (closed Mondays) from 12 noon with last orders at 20:30 and 21:00 on Friday and Saturday.

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