Where to eat

Lough Neagh Fish is being served at ….

No14 @ The Georgian House, Comber

Chef Jim Mulholland has created another tantalising recipe using Lough Neagh Pollan.  Its complemented with smoked eel, pickled mussels, sorrel leaf, radish, salt n pepper skin and Bergamot. #TasteThePollan #EelsAreTasty #TasteTheIsland


Fried Fish Warehouse, Toomebridge

The Fried Fish Warehouse Battered Pollan is so delicious that we are offering visitors to the River to Lough Festival a  small taster sample to enjoy!

There’s no reason to wait until the River to Lough festival to enjoy a Pollan Supper…. (see image)


The Boathouse, Bangor

serving Lough Neagh Fish

Chef CathalDuncan uses the finest local ingredients in this beautiful dish of Sea Bass tartare, Lough Neagh eel, caper popcorn & dill. 

The Boathouse frequently update their special menu choices so check when booking, which Lough Neagh fish are available to try.

The Taphouse, Bellaghy

Smoked Lough Neagh with beetroot purée and apple sticks. Fresh, flavoursome, local food on the Taphouse menu #EelsAreTasty #TasteTheIsland




O’Neill Arms Hotel, Toomebridge

A range of delicious Lough Neagh fish dishes will be featuring in the new restaurant and Christmas menus!