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Situated on the Northern Ireland side of the mouth of Lough Foyle. Location at water's edge, at the western end of one of Ireland's best beaches - Magilligan Beach, which is a continuation of world famous Downhill/Benone Beach. Is situated close to historic sites of Downhill Castle, Mussenden Tower and Martello Tower at Magilligan Point. Located beside Magilligan to Greencastle (Republic of Ireland) ferry
All reviews chowder steak lemon sole tobacco onions fish and chips salad chicken open fire beautiful beach worth the wait well worth the trip delicious meal large portions varied menu fantastic food first class sunday lunch
What did you think of The Point Bar and Restaurant?
Have visited this restaurant on several occasions and always enjoyed it - nothing too fancy but extensive menu with decent food in a bar setting. However recently there for Sunday lunch and not too sure if we would go back.
Called in after 4pm and...More
I don't often have a sweet at lunch but the Apple sponge and custard was so tasty and on a day when the howling icy gales and squalls racing up Lough Foyle it was just the ticket. On a busy Sunday lunchtime staff were friendly...More
Outstanding venue with stunning views. Staff were very friendly and the menu has plenty of choice. We had a lovely chicken salad and a seafood chowder. The pavlova was not as good as previous visits. This place is well out of the way, but worth...More
Went with 3 friends on a mid week evening. Restaurant was quiet, staff were friendly but seated us away in a corner away from others which meant there wasn’t much of an atmosphere! Orders were taken and food arrived quickly! Food was tasty but basic,...More
Right at the Ferry from Magilligan Point to Co. Donegall (Greencastle).
Marvellous food, (try their Lemon Sole). But if you are intending to go for Sunday Lunch, be there for opening time as it gets really crowded. Recommended to anyone on the North Coast, it...More