EASTER SUNDAY LUNCHSunday 21st April, 3 Course Lunch Served at 1pm & 3pm
Treat your friends or family to Easter Sunday Lunch at Belleek Castle, Ballina, County Mayo. Head Chef David O’Donnell and his talented kitchen team will be serving a 3 course dinner menu with sittings at 1pm & 3pm on Sunday 21st April 2019 for €38 per adult & €13.50 per child. Experience some excellent modern Irish cuisine from one of the best restaurants in Connaught.
The elegance and splendour of the 19th Century Manor House is the perfect place to experience our elaborate 2AA Rosette cuisine. The philosophy of our kitchen team is to use classic and imaginative cooking with local, seasonal ingredients from our land, sea and air combining a depth of flavour with the traditions of the Castle.
The award winning Library Restaurant recently won the award for 'Best Fine Dining Restaurant in Connaught 2019' at the Yes Chef Ireland Awards. Over the years the restaurant has won many awards for its food & customer service including the ‘Best Restaurant in Connaught’ award at the 2017 Good Eating Guide Awards & ‘Best Customer Service in Connaught’ at the 2017 Irish Restaurant Awards.
If you would like to book a table for Mother’s Day Lunch please contact the Castle by phone on 096 22400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively follow the link below to book a table online:
Easter Sunday Lunch Menu
1pm & 3pm, Sunday 31st March
€38 per adult & €13.50 per child.
Blowtorched Cornamona Smoked Salmon
Buckwheat Bilini, Pickled Beetroot, Burnt Celeriac Mayonnaise
Padraig Gannon’s Newport Mussels
Creamy Beer Steamed, Gubeen Smokehouse Chorizo, Coriander and Hazelnuts
Sweet Potato, Chick Pea and Watercress Soup
Crispy Chick Pea’s, Roasted Garlic Oil
Andarl Farm Cider Braised Pork Belly
Gilled Ballyhoura King Oyster Mushroom, Lentil du Puy,
Butternut Squash Caramelised Onion, Smoked Aubergine, Aran Feta Cheese Tart
Belleek’s Micro-greens, Root Vegetable Crisps, Pine Nut Oil
Walnut Crusted Irish Chicken Supreme
Turnip - Mustard Seed Puree, Buttered Kale and Cured Bacon, Thyme Jus
Pan Fried Atlantic Cod Fillet
Organic Spelt, Skate and Leek Risotto, Roasted Fennel, Parsley Oil,
Roasted Cauliflower with Lemon and Brown Butter
Butter Confit Shiitake Mushrooms, Winter Greens, Pamasaran Cheese, Garlic Confit
Braised Silverside of Irish Hereford Beef
Celeriac Puree, Glazed Carrots, Potato Fondant, Bordelaise Jus
Silverhill Duck Leg Confit
Caramelised Chicory, Potato Dauphinoise, Jerusalem Artichoke, Golden Raisin Jus
Spiced Orange Cake
Poached Clementine, Grand Mariner Foam, Hazelnut Cream
Pear and Almond Tart
Vanilla Pastry Cream, Star Anise Pear, Candied Ginger Ice Cream
Mini Meringue, Lemon Curd, Blueberry Compote
Easter Bunny Train in Belleek Woods
Organised by Ballina Salmon Festival
Sunday 21st of April from 2pm until 6pm
Ballina Salmon Festival have organised the return of the Easter Bunny Train in Belleek Woods! After all the eggs have been cracked open come and Join the Easter Bunny for a fun filled Easter Sunday afternoon with a trip through Ballina’s magical forest park on the festival train. There’ll be lots of fun and surprises on the day! Sunday April 21st from 2pm - 6pm. Find out more information about this event you can phone Ballina Salmon Festival on +353 (0) 96 80095 or email email@example.com or check the Easter Bunny Train Facebook Page.
Belleek Woods Community Walk
7th February, 7th March, 4th April, 2nd May, 6th June, 4th July, 1st August, 5th September, 3rd October, 7th November & 5th December.
Join us for a FREE GUIDED WALK through Belleek Woodlands on the banks of the River Moy for exercise, pleasure and well being of mind & body after the busy Christmas period. The walk will begin at 10am at Belleek Castle and will be an 1 hour & a half long. The walk will finish at Jack Fenn Courtyard Cafe where people can relax after for some brunch & a cup of freshly brewed coffee or tea.
The group will be guided by Reese the dog & Stephen our Castle Curator who will talk about the heritage of Belleek Castle & Woods. As you wander the woods you will see and learn about it's the variety of trees, flowers, birds & wildlife, such as the red squirrel, who can be seen scampering from tree to tree.
As you ramble along you will learn about the story of the Knox-Gore family who lived in Belleek Castle and see buildings from the former estate of the Knox-Gore family such as the icehouse, the hermitage, the old boathouse, cottage ruins and the famine wall. The group will wander through the the Fairy Trail and pass by the Knox-Gore Monument, burial place of 1st Baronet Francis Arthur Knox-Gore, who is buried there with his wife & favourite horse. The walk will continue alongside the banks of the River Moy and learn about the Maritime history of the port of Ballina & see shipwrecks including the concrete SS Creteboom. You will also get to see the old boathouse, cottage ruins, grave of Charles Knox-Gore, the Knox-Gores picnic area and the famine wall before returning back to Jack Fenn's for a relax & chat.
Vouchers for Belleek can be purchased at any amount for your choosing. These can be enhanced by purchasing one of our lovely scrolls, and will make an ideal present!