Derry Restaurants

  • Restaurants
    by BillNJ
  • Restaurants
    by BillNJ
  • Restaurants
    by BillNJ

Derry Restaurants

  • Sorry I looked at Tripadvisor....

    We had our hearts set on a Chinese on our day trip to Londonderry. It prop Ed to be trickier than we thought to find a Chinese restaurant. There are lots of nice local pubs, and the usual fast food and weatherspoons but when you get something in your head it's hard to shake it.Out came the phone and we saw Mandarin Karma on Tripadvisor was a good...

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  • A Local Diner with a Political Twist

    Cafe Grianan is a small diner on William Street in the Derry city centre. I stopped in after it had started raining heavily again. While inside, I decided to have an order of chips with gravy -- and a cup of coffee. After my visit, I learned that the cafe is owned by the wife of Sinn Féin politician, Martin McGuinness, who is presently the Deputy...

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  • Unique Non-Profit Cafe on the Historic...

    While sightseeing, I stopped into Bloom's Cafe which is uniquely situated along the historic Walls. I ordered a latte and a scone which was served toasted with raspberry jam. It was delicious!Inside, I learned that Bloom's is a non-profit cafe that supports and employs people with learning disabilities. Everything is made fresh in the mornings --...

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  • Fish, Chips, and Peas at the Richmond...

    After lots of walking and sightseeing, I stopped at Cafe Louis in the Richmond Centre for a local specialty -- fish, chips, and peas. Cafe Louis advertises with the slogan "Good food, served well." I agree. In a nutshell, Cafe Louis is an informal cafe in a shopping centre that serves good food at reasonable prices. Fish, chips, and peas

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  • Breakfast

    come out of the travelodge cross the road to your right is a good quality cheap eat, full of locals. £5 bought two bacon and egg cobs and two cups of coffee.

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  • weatherspoons

    Want to eat and drink cheap then try the two weatherspoons in derry, one is next door to the travelodge the other is in the diamond, (in the middle of the walls, left of photo) Try the mix grill for £6 beers are £1.50 to 32 a pint!

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  • For a greasy kebab

    For a quick meal you can stop into Abrekebabra for a kebab. I always got the lamb kebab with everything on it. They always stuff it full...more than what the bread can handle. They always put a ton of sauce on it. They always fell apart. They always got messy. They always kept me coming back. Something about it was tasty even though I was damn well...

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  • For a greasy kebab

    I ate here a lot. I got sick of it, but I could always rely on it for a filling meal. Fortunately, I don't gain weight that easy, and this place and their kebabs sure can do just that. Greasy. Stuffed to the brim. Loaded with sauce. Always fell apart, and always messy. Always good! Great for that late nite meal to start soaking up the alcohol from...

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  • SO...go here for better Indian...

    I never left this place hungry. Several of us from work would go here every Thursday evening, and we were duly welcomed. The place was owned and operated by a young indian gentleman, and the staff and cooks were indian as well. We were always glad to see him, because he would always keep our spot reserved for us. Very kind and VERY VERY good...

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  • Just OK Indian...

    I went here by myself which is usually the case when I go out to eat. They weren't overly busy and there was plenty of seating, but still they chose to sit me facing a remote wall behind a divider...I consequently moved myself, but it was annoying that they were so oblivious. The service here wasn't that great. They did bring me my own pitcher of...

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  • BAD Italian

    It was the only italian restaurant I found in Derry, so they basically had a monopoly on the market in town regardless of how ppor they were. I don't remember the name. It was on the road that runs uphill behind the mall on the curved section of road. It was down an alley, and you enter through a side door. I suggest that if you come across this...

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  • Wher e is it? You just walked past...

    The Exchange is similar to Quay West. It's the other trendy, eclectic restaurant in L'derry/Derry. It's larger than Quay West as it has seating in the front and back and then a separate room off to the back and left. Here they take your drink AND dinner orders at the bar, so don't sit around waiting for a server to come over and take your order. I...

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  • Trendy Eclectic

    Quay West, pronounced like Key West in Florida, is a trendy place. The food is good though. The seating is mostly upstairs, while downstairs there is a lounge and bar area. Be sure to call ahead and make a reservation. I had seabass and duck on separate occassions. Both were good.

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  • Great food

    Davinci's restaurant is always always busy. My recommendation is to make a reservation if you want to have a table between 6:30 and 8pm. Thre restaurant has ample seating for large groups or couples. The atmosphere is warm and subdued. The service was excellent. I eventually ended up having everything they had on the menu, and it was all good. The...

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  • Places to eat in L'derry/Derry

    While I was there, I ate at several good places. Quaywest and the Exchange were my favorites. Both offer ecclectic menus and the food was good each time. These are the more expensive of the bunch. O'Brien's American Grill is cheesy in its attempt to be representative of the USA, but the food wasn't bad. Yet, the food wasn't American (yet, what is...

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  • The Ice Wharf

    The Ice Wharf is a bistro-like restaurant/pub where you can get some good deals. They have a section on their menu with “Two for One” deals, and they also do some platters for up to 4 people. When you have chosen your dish you will have to place your order at the bar, mentioning your table number. Penne Alfredo with lots of cheese. Came with a...

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  • Either The Strand (great...

    Either The Strand (great cooking!!) or Piemonte Pizzeria. Both serve real good meals for reasonable prices.The Strand has a nice atmosphere, good staff.Piemonte's also nice&cosy, with a romantic touch to it:) Anything's good, try the day menu!

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  • I guess I'll have to be...

    I guess I'll have to be unoriginal here and say McDonalds. I don't really eat out in Derry. I just grab a quick cheeseburger in McDonalds on the top floor of the Foyleside centre.Pretty cheap! Makes you feel at home as it looks just the same as the McDonalds everywhere else! Probably a McChicken Sandwich meal with orange fanta, and apple pie and...

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