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Restaurants in County Londonderry

Straddling the waters of the Foyle and dominating Ireland's north-western landscapes, the ancient city of Derry is also in tune with the twenty-first century. You can judge the buoyancy of the place by the number of brasseries and restaurants springing up in Ireland's original walled city.

Like Belfast, Derry's gastro-scene is eclectic, although local produce - especially seafood - is the jumping-off point. Whether you fancy fine dining or need to re-fuel the kids after a trip to Benone Strand (Ireland's longest beach), there's plenty on offer.

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Beech Hill Country House Hotel - Londonderry
The renowned Ardmore Restaurant has built up a reputation for sound modern cooking and impeccable service. Built in 1729, Beech Hill has retained its elegant rural gentility
  
Thompson's Restaurant at City Hotel - Queens Quay
On the banks of the River Foyle, Thompson's by the River takes its name from the mill which once occupied the site and it's the City Hotel's first choice for fine dining
  
Mandarin Palace - Londonderry
Renowned for its waterfront setting by the banks of the Foyle with good views of the river and the bridge, the Mandarin Palace has been delivering accessible Chinese food to the denizens of Derry since 2001
  
Browns Restaurant - Waterside
Established in 1985, Brown's has made the journey from up-market burger joint to a sleek, fine dining restaurant with its finger on the pulse. The kitchen is always inventing new ideas
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