This year could be the worst ever to open a new catering venture, but this is one that, despite the challenges, is already proving successful. On a corner of the main street of the charming village of Glenarm, the premises were a pub once and the old bar is now a servery for the short but delicious menu. Hot dishes include the owner's Granny Pauline's sausage pie, quiche, steak & ale pie and a pasta dish, plus cakes and scones. The dining area is atmospherically furnished with antiques. My wife and I received a warm welcome on our first visit, and enjoyed the food and ambience so much we have already been back. We intend to do so regularly.
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