Eithna’s by the sea is a lovely cosy restaurant. We were seated by a roaring fire and with the wonderful food and great company I could have stayed there all day. I had parsnip and wild garlic soup and a seafood tasting plate, which included crab, lobster, squid and mackerel.
It was like a work of art, it look wonderful and tasted as good as it looked.
We also had seaweed bread and a variety of pestos including a seaweed one, peppers and chilli and a wild garlic one. We also had roasted seaweed which tasted like really good quality crisps…just amazing!
Eithna sources most of her produce locally, in fact the lobster came from Mullaghmore Sea Farms which is located just across the road from Eithna’s. You can’t get more local than that. Val Robus (Magnum Lady)