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Restaurants in County Armagh

Ireland's spiritual capital for more than 1,500 years, Armagh is peppered with sacred sites - in fact it was the ancient capital of Ulster, city of Saint Patrick and burial place of Brian Boru. The first visitors appeared around 4500 BC, and crowds have been arriving ever since: in summer, they play cricket in the city's oval, tree-lined mall.

Armagh is also renowned as the 'orchard county', so expect to find local apples on the menu and cider behind the bar in the county's pubs and restaurants.

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Friary Restaurant - Armagh
You might be treated to refreshing chilled watermelon soup with Armagh apple sorbet and mint yoghurt
  
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Manor Park Restaurant - Armagh
This attractive stone-built Georgian house is now a lavishly decorated, sumptuous restaurant devoted to classic French cuisine & service is impeccably formal
  
Clenaghans - Aghalee
Records show that Clenaghans has been doing good business for more than 250 years
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