Ramore, Portrush - Harbour Bistro Review

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If you've been to Portrush in Northern Ireland you'll have probably seen Ramore - and maybe even ate at one of the different restaurants there. 
We've tried a few of them over the past few years, including some that don't even exist any more.  

In my opinion the best option for a dinner with decent food and a fun atmosphere is the Harbour Bistro

There is a really wide range of food to pick from, although some dishes are a little uninspiring there is a good selection and will be widely appealing.  There are plenty of options for picky eaters or children and it is kid-friendly which creates a lively atmosphere.  The high points for me in terms of the mains is the Specials board.  This is where the more exciting options can be found - although I wish there were more fish options on this and the main menus considering Portrush is a coastal town.  

The main event is the deserts cabinet - believe me, you don't want to miss this!  There are so many options to pick from; you can pick single deserts or go through for a 3 for £X to share (I can't remember the amount exactly, but individually they are £5.50).  The last time we went, we got the deserts in these photos: my option was honeycomb chocolate brownie cheesecake; Matty went for a salted caramel cheesecake and we shared an awesome raspberry eclair. 

The biggest negative for me is that you can't book it and it's super popular.  This means that you have to be quite tactical about when you arrive and 

Overall Ramore offers a few different options in their neck of the woods to suit varying tastes, and there aren't any other real contenders which can sometimes risks complacency.  

Have you been to any of the Ramore eateries, what did you think?

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