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The Lobster Pot

7-11 The Square, Strangford, County Down, BT30 7ND
The Lobster Pot

About

The Lobster Pot in Strangford is situated in the heart of Strangford village, overlooking the lough.

The interior is cosy and comfortable and the service is friendly and welcoming. The front bar is small and idyllic, soft colours, greens and creams made it a relaxing place to enjoy a pint by the Wood Burning Stove. The front Restaurant is an extension of the bar, with its soft furnishings, historical pictures and delicate lighting it provides a relaxing dinning experience. The rear function room is light and spacious, double doors lead to a hidden beer garden, making it a wonderful room for private dinning.

The menu offers delicious options of various fish dishes, including local lobster and mussels. Steak, chicken and vegetarian dishes also available daily. Home made deserts, scones and treats available for afternoon tea.

Seafood Restaurant of the Year (Ulster) - YesChef Ireland Awards 2018
Best Casual Dining - Irish Restaurant Awards 2018

Facilities

Catering

  • Cocktail Menu
  • Dogs Accepted Outdoor Dining Area

Children & Infants

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

COVID-19 Response

  • Eat Out to Help Out

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

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Tel+44 (0) 28 4488 1288

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Opening Times

* Daily 12:00-21:00

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