Belmullet or Béal an Mhuirthead (Irish for "mouth of the Mullet [Peninsula]") is a coastal Gaeltacht town with a population of around 1,000 on the Mullet Peninsula in the barony of Erris, County Mayo, Ireland. It is the commercial and cultural heart of the barony of Erris, which has a population of almost 10,000.
Things to do in Belmullet
4.5 based on 202 reviews
Have wrote a review under the hotel which is meant for the restaurant
But point is we all felt very unwelcome to a local restaurant and met by staff who showed little interest and we were a hassle to them on an October bank holiday Monday in 2017
Can’t handle working in the hospitality sector? Then get a different job.
Bit of a shame to see staff let down a fine premises
4 based on 24 reviews
We have been eating at The Phoenix for years. The food is reliable, always tasty and reasonable value for money.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
This restaurant has received 2 AA Rosettes.
A lovely spot whether for a romantic meal for 2 or a meal with friends. A tasty menu and some pleasant wines to matchThank you for your review, The restaurant certainly has the romantic feel good wine, tasty food and unobtrusive staff... We hope you get a chance to return soon.
5 based on 125 reviews
Ginger & Wild Cafe is a relaxing place serving tasty homemade goodies and is located in a fabulous contemporary visitor centre on the Wild Atlantic Way. The fare here is simple and natural with an emphasis on using quality locally-sourced ingredients. You can expect to find soup, panini, savoury tart, organic salad and an assortment of yummy cakes. Homemade is key, along with stunning views and free wifi. Open mid March to end of October.
We arrived in time for morning coffee and my husband couldn’t resist the ginger cake as it looked so good. He wasn't disappointed. After our visit to the park and visitors centre we were ready for lunch. My husband had the homemade soup and I had the panini; both were delicious. The friendly service was very good, and we were struck by the way the family (I think it was) worked so well together. We enjoyed looking at the gallery as well.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
It's the only Indian takeaway (Or restaurant for that matter) in 40 miles. Next nearest is in Ballina, a good drive away. Garlic, onion and coriander naan is a delight. I had chicken Madras, probably a bit mild for my tastes, second time I went, I had Chicken Vindaloo, that packed a punch, but I did finish it all. I'm told the Jalfrezi is very good. The menu is quite limited, but Salman says if there's anything you want, just ask and he'll cook it for you, can't say fairer than that
5 based on 13 reviews
An Builín Blasta is a family run bakery and coffee shop. We sell sandwiches, rolls, paninis, wraps, soup, drinks, bewleys coffee, ice-cream, smoothies and lots more. You can either eat in or take away.
Loved the Builin blasta - just happened on it whilst on a visit to Belmullet. Cakes are baked in a nearby bakery and are the freshest, yummiest cakes I've had in a long long time. Staff were only brilliant - couldn't do enough for us...MoreThank you so much for your lovely comment. I'm glad you enjoyed the builin so much :)
4 based on 22 reviews
An Bístro Ríoga is suitated on the southern side of Carter Square, serving a mixture of all Cusines suiting everyones taste.
Forget the past, move on, new owner new approach. Only breakfast and afternoon tea tried. Very good. Quantity and quality scored well with lovely helpful staff. Time will tell but on the basis of the visits made will return. Very good value for money.
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