Enniskillen town and the surrounding area, offer a range of food choices for all tastes. Most hotels and bars provide an expansive lunch and dinner menu, serving local produce including award winning; Fivemiletown cheeses, Doherty’s Black Bacon and Kettyle dry aged fillet steaks. A varied choice of established take-aways, steak houses and mixed cultural restaurants, including Greek, Mexican, Thai and Chinese are available across Enniskillen.
There are a variety of excellent traditional, modern and boutique bars in Enniskillen to choose from. Blakes of the Hollow on Townhall street, is one of the most popular and well recognised Victorian pubs in Ireland. Here you can enjoy live music and admire one of the Game of Thrones, specially commissioned engraved doors. If you are looking for world-class cocktails, try the Devenish lounge cocktail and wine bar and enjoy a strawberry daquiri or a long-island iced tea. Be sure to stay for one of their weekly entertainment and ticket-only jazz, country, pop tribute or casino theme nights.
Enjoy fine dining at Café Merlot, 28 Darling Street or one of the many hotel restaurants in Enniskillen. Experience the taste of traditional Greek dishes in Dollakis on Cross Street or street Thai food in Thai Kitchen on Belmore Street. Whatever your preference, you are sure to receive good food and excellent customer service. Don’t forget to try local drinks such as Inishmacsaint bottled beer or Boatyard Gin, available at many of the local restaurants including Franco’s, Roadhouse and Horseshoe & Saddlers.
Enniskillen is home to a number of award-winning restaurants. 28 Darling Street & Jolly Sandwich were winners at the recent Irish Restaurant awards (2017) and Café JD was a proud winner at the of 2018 Food Awards Northern Ireland.