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  1. A portion of fish & chips served at the Chip Hawker
    This modern twist on a traditional fish & chips is located in the heart of Royal Hillsborough Village, offering all your firm favourites as well as their renowned ‘smashburgers'.
    1. The exterior view of Clenaghans with an old petrol pump outside door
      Clenaghans restaurant is brought back to life with modern comfort warming the traditional stone building.
      1. A pizza in the pizza oven
        Fine is located in the heart of Moira, is an award-winning food & coffee emporium. From breakfast to brunch and lunch, the menus are tailored to the seasons focusing on ingredients that are local and readily available.
      2. An image of three members of staff sitting outside Karibu Coffee
        A local coffee shop, located in The Square, facing The Courthouse in Royal Hillsborough Village.
        1. An image of a cup of coffee from Mimi's
          Mimi's a deceptively spacious cafe in the stunning village of Royal Hillsborough, offers casual dining with top quality dishes and outstanding coffee.
        2. A plate of food from Origin with a chef holding a spoon with jus
          Located in the heart of Moira by the Demesne, it offers homemade breakfast & lunch, using the best of locally produced ingredients. The perfect place to stop off for a homemade sweet treat.
          1. An image of a lady sitting at a table with a plate of food consisting of a burger and chips and a glass of water
            Serving breakfast and lunch, as well as desserts and coffees, this gastrocafe is located on Ballynahinch Street in Royal Hillsborough Village, is the perfect place to refuel, relax with friends and sampling local produce.
            1. A image of an Ulster Fry on top of a menu and a cup of tea with a jug of milk
              Located at Paul Hampton Home, Paul Hampton Café offers a tasty breakfast and lunch menu, including homemade scones and sweets.
              1. Exterior image of Pretty Mary's
                Pretty Mary's is situated in the heart of Moira. It prides itself on serving locally sourced fresh food and a wide selection of draft and craft beers.
                1. A plate of food with dips from The Alchemy
                  The Alchemy - transforming the ordinary to the extraordinary. Nestled on the outskirts of Lisburn City, The Alchemy Bar & Restaurant is the fusion of the past with the present in a Multi Function Venue that blends great food and a relaxed ambiance, creating a comfortable dining experience for every visit.
                  1. Couple being served in Hillside by waiter with Covid mask on
                    The Hillside is a charming, rustic pub situated in the historic Georgian village of Royal Hillsborough, County Down, only 15 minutes drive from Belfast city centre.
                    1. A plate of Chicken Curry
                      The Plough Inn is set in the picturesque village of Royal Hillsborough and is straight off the main Belfast to Dublin road; so why not pull in and enjoy a friendly pint in the bar, a hearty pub lunch or a gastronomic delight in the evening.
                      1. A plate of food served at the restaurant
                        Welcome to the Pheasant Restaurant located in the heart of Co. Down, close to Royal Hillsborough Village. We offer fine dining in our restaurant, using fresh and local produce.
                        1. A couple enjoying the food and doing a cheers with their wine glasses
                          The Parson’s Nose comes with a pedigree that’s melded into the very fabric of the building. Located in picturesque Royal Hillsborough village, The Parson’s Nose was built by the first Marquis of Downshire in the late 1700s.
                          1. The bar area with seats at the bar and glasses hanging and selection of drinks in bottles in front of mirrors
                            Serving delicious seasonal food with an emphasis on local produce, The StillHouse has something for everyone.
                            1. A selection of sandwiches and treats available in a picnic box
                              The Quirky Bird specialises in all day breakfast’s, delicious home cooked food, homemade scones and tray bakes and a wide variety of teas and coffee.
                              1. Chefs in the kitchen at Wine & Brine
                                After over 20 years in London, working with Bruno Loubet, Gary Rhodes, Pierre Koffmann and Richard Corrgan, chef Chris McGowan has returned home with his wife, Davina, to transform a fine Georgian house into a bright modern restaurant.
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