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County Louth has a range of restaurants offering a variety of cuisines from Traditional Irish, Italian, Indian, French, and much more. These restaurants also offer seafood, Vegetarian and Local Irish food. Browse around to find a restaurant the next time you plan to dine out in Louth.

The Moby Dick Restaurant & Bar

The Moby Dick Restaurant & Bar

Cuisine: Irish, Italian, Seafood, Steak, Traditional, Traditional Irish, Vegetarian
Price: Moderate
Main Street Blackrock
Co. Louth
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Clermont Arms

Clermont Arms

Cuisine: Seafood, Steak, Traditional
Price: Moderate
Main St Blackrock
Co. Louth
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Rolf's Bistro

Rolf's Bistro

Cuisine: Irish, Modern Irish, Swedish
Price: Moderate
Market St Ardee
Co. Louth
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Monks Espresso Bar

Monks Espresso Bar

Cuisine: Casual Dining
Price: N/A
The Quays Drogheda
Co. Louth
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Tides Bistro

Tides Bistro

Cuisine: Bistro, Irish, Modern Irish
Price: Expensive
Wellington Quay, Drogheda
Co. Louth
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Ballymascanlon House Hotel

Ballymascanlon House Hotel

Cuisine: Fine Dining, Irish
Price: Expensive
Ballymascanlon House Hotel Dundalk
Co. Louth
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The Gateway Restaurant

The Gateway Restaurant

Cuisine: Breakfast, Casual Dining, Irish, Modern Irish
Price: N/A
15 West Street Drogheda
Co. Louth
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Ming Garden

Ming Garden

Cuisine: Chinese, Seafood
Price: Moderate
83-84 Trinity Street Drogheda
Co. Louth
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Jade Garden

Jade Garden

Cuisine: Chinese, Seafood, Vegetarian
Price: Moderate
24 Park Street Dundalk
Co. Louth
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Sextons

Sextons

Cuisine: Irish, Italian, Seafood, Traditional, Traditional Irish, Vegetarian
Price: Inexpensive
Dublin Road Dundalk
Co. Louth
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Jordan's Restaurant in County Louth is regarded as one of the best restaurants in Ireland. It has consistently received rave reviews from many famous food guide magazines and food critics. The restaurant proudly holds many national awards under its belt for its excellent cuisine and impeccable service. The owners and chefs of the restaurant, Harry and Marian, are committed to using only fresh local produce to bring their magical dishes to life. The vegetables are all locally grown. The herbs are home-grown. Fish, lobsters and oysters are all brought fresh from Kilkeel. The deliciously succulent lamb dishes owe their splendid meat to the lambs of Slieve Foy Mountain. A stone water mill in Dunleer is responsible for the flour used to make the soft crispy breads every day. The irresistible chocolate truffles and the breakfast marmalade use malt whiskey in their secret recipe. This whiskey is distilled in Cooley at Ireland's only independently owned distillery. With such amazing ingredients, it is no wonder that the excellent food cooked here has spread the fame of this restaurant far and wide. This is, without a doubt, a must visit restaurant.

Triple House Restaurant is a quiet little restaurant in County Louth that is quite popular among the locals. The restaurant is located in a converted farmhouse that is almost two hundred years old. The farmhouse is situated in beautiful gardens, giving the whole place a serene atmosphere. On winter nights, the log fires keep you warm and cosy while you study the menu, having a hard time deciding what to choose from among the excellent dishes. Seafood that is bound to make you salivate with hunger includes fresh prawns, crabs, and Port Oriel Pot-Pourri, a uniquely conceived dish. Smoked loin of pork with a nectarine & Calvados sauce is quite popular among the customers of this restaurant. It is especially hard to get tired of eating Boyne salmon with orange and dill. Spinach-filled crepes will simply win over the hearts and minds of vegetarians. The quality of the various types of cheese available at this restaurant is much sought after by those who delight in stimulating their taste buds with new and fascinating tastes. The wine list is quite extensive and reflects a preference for top quality wines.

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