A charming little pub and restaurant that can be found on South Street in the idyllic Northern Irish town of Newtownards, Molly Brown's offers a warm welcome to one and all.
Named so after one of the survivors of the ill-fated Titanic, the venue provides the utmost in comfort and relaxation and boasts a food offering of many a traditional delight, as well as the off international style delicacy.
Everything is prepared by a passionate and creative team of chefs using only the best in locally sourced ingredients and are available to tastecard members at a fantastic price, providing they call in advance and produce their card upon arrival. From an assortment of starters that includes the delectable wild mushroom and sour dough crostini, thescrumptious hot salted squid, and a tantalising peri peri chicken wing selection, to the mouth-watering medley of main courses, diners are sure to be satisfied from the first mouthful until the last.
When it comes to the larger plates, there is an array of sumptuous options on show that promise to meet any appetite requirement. Particularly enticing examples of such can be seen in the divine pan seared smoked haddock, served with wholegrain mustard mash, braised baby leaks and a lemon and rosemary infused hollandaise sauce, the succulent Scrabo farm cottage lamb cutlet, accompanied by thyme and garlic roasted parsnips and minted pea crushed comber potatoes, and the flavoursome caramelised red onion and Feta cheese tartlets, which comes complete with a black olive salad, roast vine tomatoes and a balsamic glaze.
Be it for a quick catch up with a close friend, a casual evening out with that special someone, a treat for someone deserving, or merely a spot of respite amidst a day of exploration, all are catered for at Molly Brown's.