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The Pheasant Restaurant

410 Upper Ballynahinch Road, Annahilt, Royal Hillsborough, County Down, BT26 6NR
Image is of a beef burger with all the trimmings


Our menus are designed to offer the best and freshest of local produce, including game from the neighbouring Larchfield Estate and ingredients and dishes from around the globe. As a sister restaurant to the Award Winning Plough Inn located in Royal Hillsborough, naturally sourced seafood is our house speciality all year round.

Our Highland Bar and Snug are the ideal places to drop in for a refreshing drink, a meal or enjoy a Cappuccino or even a Macchiato coffee. The restaurant, with its Gothic decor and great food is perfect for a quiet meal or a more exuberant gathering to celebrate a special occasion. Our function rooms caters for parties, weddings, conferences and meetings. We also have a large car park which is suitable for coach party parking.

Our Gastro Pub Restaurant takes great pride in serving seasonal produce at realistic prices, with game, seafood and the finest Northern Irish products. We pride ourselves in our attention to detail and we hope it won’t be long before you become a regular.


The Gamekeeper’s Hatch ‘Drive In’ is now OPEN at The Pheasant Restaurant

Barista coffees, breakfast, tray bakes, scones, lunch, snacks , sides, kids meals, soft & alcoholic drinks

Simply drive up to our side hatch, press the buzzer & one of our staff will take your order & deliver it to your car

Open Tuesday - Saturday 10.30am - 4.30pm.



  • Dogs Accepted Inside
  • Dogs Accepted Outdoor Dining Area
  • Special dietary requirements catered for - Gluten free options available on request

Children & Infants

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

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

Provider Preferences

  • Dogs Welcome Inside


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Opening Times

Tue – 12pm-8pm
Wed – 12pm-8pm
Thurs – 12pm-8pm
Fri – 12-9pm
Sat – 12-9pm
Sun – 12-8pm

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