After reading reviews saying how great the food was, I decided to try the Sunday carvery. I was highly disappointed starter was ok, however the main was a massive let down. Vegetables were horrible very little selection to choose from., totally blanded. Also the chef serving the food barely understood or even spoke a word of English. Apple crumble had one slice of apple in it n the custard was lumpy. Not what I expect when paying £18 per adult. Won't be back very disappointing.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel occupies one of the most picturesque positions on Northern Ireland’s famous coastline, overlooking the Seaside town of Portrush with panoramic views from County Donegal to the Scottish Isles and over to the Giant’s Causeway. The famous Links Course, Royal Portrush Golf Club is also right on our door step with the 4th hole protruding enough for our diners and guests to enjoy. You never know who you might be watching.With plenty of activities in our local area including, Links Golf Courses, the Legendary Giant’s Causeway, Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge, Dunluce Castle, beautiful beaches and coastal walks, and lets not forget Irelands Oldest Distillery, which was granted a royal licence to distil ‘uisce beatha’ translated, water of life in Gaelic or as we know it today Whiskey, in 1608, located in Bushmills. These are to name but a few, there is always plenty to do and see for all walks of life. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Royal Court Portrush