This has to be one of the best kept secrets in Co Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. A restaurant, a fishing destination, a wedding venue and most of all stunning views across Lough Erne.
French chef Pascal Brissaud and his team created this unique setting sitting meters away from the shores of Lough Erne. The food is outstanding, the service (French staff ofcourse) is pretty good although language barrier can be a problem sometimes, although forgivable. The views from any table are simply stunning and we ate ther at sunset. Unbelivable to say the very least.
My wife had a warm lobster salad to start which was served with potato salad and espuma, with a blood orange dressing while I had Seared king scallops with a sweet potato puree and duck wrapped streaky bacon. Both delightful but I fell in love with the scallop dish, excusite. Mains I went for the fillet steat rosinni style and the fois gras was seared to perfection. My wife went for slow cooked duck breast with a wild muchroom and spinich lasagne and a cherry jus. We shared a chocolate fondant with ginger jelly and ice cream. A wonderful meal. The wine list is extensive to say the least, although we didnt stretch to some of the more expensive bottles we found a very nice white and a full bodied red for under £20 each. After our meal we sat on the terrece and enjoyed a good Illy coffee and a secone bottle of red.
We stayed over in one of the rooms, priced at £79 per room. Such value with our patio doors opening onto an other terece overlooking the lake shore. Romantic...
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