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The Cuan Restaurant

The Square, Strangford, County Down, BT30 7ND
The Cuan Restaurant

About

Come and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of The Cuan in the picturesque village of Strangford. Our success has been built on consistently serving excellent food and drink coupled with exceptional customer service.

Owner and head chef, Peter McErlean gives you all the benefits of his 25 years experience in The Cuan. A strong emphasis is placed on using fresh ingredients and sourcing our produce locally. With Ardglass harbour less than 10 minutes away there is always an exciting choice of fresh fish.

Treat yourself to our signature dish – Seafood chowder or our eternally popular fresh scampi. View all of our delicious dishes online: www.thecuan.com/dining. Be sure to leave enough room for a sweet.

We have been the top scoring restaurant in The Taste of Ulster Awards since 2010 with food available all day everyday.

When in Strangford, take some time to enjoy a trip on the ferry; our beautiful beaches within 2 miles; Castle Ward National Trust property with their 35km of walking and cycling trails and access to the Strangford Lough Canoe Trails.

Facilities

Children & Infants

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

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

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Tel+44 (0) 28 4488 1222

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Opening Times

* 08:00 - 11:00
Closing time will vary in low season, please contact us.

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