The Quays

2 Reviews

Situated less than 100 yards from the harbour, the Q restaurent, which opened in July of 2002 cooks up an abundance of the freshest seafood, the choices for which change daily depending on seasonal catches. Northern Ireland's most easterly point, Portavogie is only 7 miles from Portaferry or 17 miles from Newtownards / Bangor; and as such is well worth the drive down the scenic peninsula to enjoy a truly special gastronomic treat.



Opening Times



Lunch: Mon, Wed, Thurs, 12pm - 2.30pm

Friday, 12pm - 2.30pm

Sunday, 12pm - 8pm

Dinner: Mon, Wed, Thurs , 5pm - 3.30pm

Friday, 5pm - 9pm

Closed Tuesday

Last Updated on 11/03/2010 | Added 18/06/2008 | Edit Details | Edit Picture

Information and Contact Details

Web Site http://www.quaysrestaurant.co.uk/
Category Restaurant
Sit In You can Sit-inYou can Sit-in
Take Away You can not takeaway foodYou can not takeaway food
Deliveries Provides DeliveriesNo home deliveries
Drive - Through There is no drive throughThere is no drive through
Address 81 New Harbour Road
  Portavogie
  County Antrim
  Northern Ireland
  BT22 1EB
Phone Number 028 42772225
Email info@quaysrestaurant.co.uk

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Comments and Reviews on The Quays

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Three of us had a Sunday afternoon dinner. Two of the party had seabass as their main course and the other had sirloin steak. All three courses were of a good quality. The staff were friendly and efficient. With wine, coffee and liqueurs the cost came to just over 80. It was a very satisfactory eating experience. Our only reservation was about Portavogie itself. The village is bedecked with loyalist flags...some of them paramilitary and one of our party felt a bit uncomfortable. This is, of course, not the fault of the restaurant and I don't think it would stop (two of us) dining there again.

Submitted by wes mackey on 08/05/2011

My wife and I have visited The Quays twice this year while on holiday. Nice setting, warm friendly atmosphere, very attentive friendly staff. Extensive menu and no matter your selection you won't be disappointed. Definitely worth a visit.

Submitted by Iain on 04/12/2010

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