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Fish & Bean
Dave Mullan
Sligo Yacht Club, Deadman's Point, Rosses Point, Sligo F91 E778,

Telephone: 087 248-0706

When it comes to seafood you won’t find any better man behind the stove than Dave Mullan. Top notch chef Dave has worked down the years in prestigious restaurants such as t...

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Opening Hours:
Hours Change Regularly. Check social media for current times.
Seafood + Limited Meat & Vegan Options.
A La Carte:
Mains €14-€32
Sunday Lunch:
Children’s Menu:
Number of Covers:
45 inside/35 outside.
Wheelchair Facilities:
Credit Cards:
Private Dining Facilities:

About The Restaurant

When it comes to seafood you won’t find any better man behind the stove than Dave Mullan. Top notch chef Dave has worked down the years in prestigious restaurants such as the iconic Mermaid Café, Shanahan’s on the Green, and Eithna’s by the Sea in Mullaghmore.

Dave’s fans were delighted when he and his wife Aine opened their own Fish & Bean Café at the Sligo Yacht Club at Rosses Point and it has been a huge success. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, it’s cool, contemporary and there’s plenty of outdoor seating.

You can have Lighter Bites or Bigger Bites or both, or you can order a selection and share with your friends and family.

Lighter Bites may include seared scallops served with smoked bacon granola and a warm tartare sauce. You can indulge in Coney Oysters served naked or Coney Island Crispy Oysters served in a tempura batter with lemon aioli – both are available in portions of 3/6 and you can add Goatsbridge Trout Caviar if you wish.

Local lobster, crab, organic salmon ravioli, lobster bisque, lemongrass velouté, crispy capers is tweaked with the aforementioned Goatsbridge caviar. Oh yes, and the North West seafood chowder is ace served with Guinness and pumpkin seed bread.

Bigger Bites offer wild Sligo mussels served in a creamy wine sauce with fries while their local fish is in White Hag beer batter, served with homemade tartare sauce, lemon and chips. There’s a panko crumbed hake burger with dillisk aioli, Irish Cheddar, smoked bacon granola, and organic leaves in a potato bun, as well as pan-fried fillet of halibut with leek fondu, fresh crab and organic tomato. A real favourite has been their monkfish, scallop and wild mussels served with a coconut, chilli and coriander sauce, with turmeric rice. Non fishophiles have the choice of Burns of Grange double smashed beef burgers with smoked onion mayo, chorizo jam, Irish Cheddar, tomato relish, organic leaves in a potato bun with fries, or a laksa curry of wild mushroom, tofu, sweet potato and chickpeas, with vermicelli noodles.

There are kids portions of many of the dishes including the monkfish, scallop and wild mussel curry.

There are also fabulous posh desserts such as lemon tart with raspberry sorbet; red wine & star anise poached prunes served with vanilla mascarpone cream. Chocolate and caramel crème brulee with pickled blackberries; a warm chocolate & hazelnut brownie and an Irish cheese board for two people.

There’s a choice of a dozen or so wines at excellent prices, including bubbles, and a half-dozen by the glass, plus White Hag beers. You can even have a Jameson Irish coffee or a Bailey’s, an Espresso Martini or a Gunpowder Gin.

Fish & Bean is an absolute gem on the Wild Atlantic Way.  

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