The Mulberry Tree Restaurant
The restaurant is a cafe by day and a restaurant by night and located within the village’s old post office. It couldn’t get any more charming if it tried. The Mulberry Tree’s owner George Hanna has owned and ran this restaurant for nigh on two decades and so that tells you instantly. He and his staff must be doing something right! The restaurant’ is very popular with the locals and that’s always a good sign and I know the kitchen team are adamant that where possible, (as we all love to know the provenance of where our food comes from), they use only locally sourced produce on every dish. The village of Seaforde itself is a leafy village and is situated on the banks of the Irish Sea. I loved this little restaurant and I know you will too, so add them to your list next time you're in Northern Ireland.- Top 100 Review
2 Main Street
Downpatrick, Co. Down , BT30 8PA
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