Valley Inn restaurant
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Reviewed 13th June 2017 (visited 10 June 2017 )
cannot recommend here highly enough,my first visit to here was in January after my Beloved Dad passed away we went out for a family lunch, its just a beautiful place to go to let it be for a crowd, or just a quiet lunch I brought my Mum here saturday and the food is just lovely fish is so fresh, chips crispy and the staff are so nice we're going here again sunday after cemetry sunday and I'm so looking forward to it......highly recommended to all
Reviewed 16th August 2011 (visited 13 July 2011 )
We stopped here en-route home from Newry after getting off the motorway at Dunleer and went south on the old main road. I was glad to see its been upgraded since I last saw it pre-motorway days. Now there's a fine restaurant, private party room, and a cosy lounge out front where the evening sun shines in. There's the a la carte menu, plus 2 specials menus, €15 for 2 courses or €20 for 2 courses. From the a la carte, I had the onion soup with a crouton & cheese topping. This was full of onion shavings and was a most excellent soup and the topping delicious. My main course was a rare one indeed, grilled pieces of cod on a summer salad of green leaves, baby tomatoes etc, a light main course with chips and the fish succulent. My wife opted for the €20 special and the fillet steak offering. Three pieces of steak were grilled medium-rare and just melted in your mouth. They were on a mash base with veggies, a pepper sauce and sauteed chip slices on the side. It was too much, and we asked to have the third steak & the chips to take home. We shared her second course of 2 chocolate cake dessert slices, with ice cream which was sumptuous. So, with 2 pints, 2 wines, the bill was €57, plus a doggy-bag to go, excellent value and service, well done.