Lovely warm pub and relaxing very helpful staff. We never had food but seeing people enjoying their food.
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Stumbled across this bar when out for a wander around Ballycastle. Found a lovely little Irish gem of a pub. Atmosphere was so so chilled and staff were lovely. Came for a pint of Guinness and ended up staying for the food. Partner loved the...More
Stumbled across this place by luck when travelling north coast and looking for somewhere to eat on a Sunday afternoon - when most of Northern Ireland seems to close!! Lovely food and great service. Couldn't ask for more.
We have had a really memorable night at the Central. Delicious food presented beautifully, the staff were more than happy to accommodate small changes to the menu. A real step up and a change from your usual Pub Grub, compliments to the Chef!!! The live...More
Been a regular here for a year or so. It was my birthday today and since we were in Ballycastle thought we'd eat somewhere we are familiar with. The last time we were here was month or so ago and were overcharged though I returned...More
Our group had a nice dinner here. The food was good. I had a great apple salad with baked cheese. Others had fish and chips, chowder, etc and were satisfied. Our only complaint was our first waitress got the order incorrect and brought crab cakes...More
Called in to this lovely Bar today for lunch and drinks...my order of roast was not what I expected as it wasn't to my liking, I changed to another meal and was very impressed,it was really good ! no problem to the waitress at all...More
We were staying locally for a few days and trying different eateries. The Central Bar is lovely, very traditional appearance, much larger than you would imagine from the outside and very welcoming. The staff were excellent. We arrived around 6.30pm and thought there would be...More
Thank you to Aaron for the lovely warm welcome in the Central Bar. The food served was all delicious, especially the scallops and the fish pie! The ambience is perfect , with a real fire to warm you on a blustery Autumnal day. First class...More
After spending the night on Rathlin island , visited the central bar for lunch Monday afternoon . Fantastic atmosphere and very welcome real fire, greeted by Aaron who was extremely welcoming and gave full explanation of the menu, decided to go for platter which we...More