The Parson’s Nose comes with a pedigree that’s melded into the very fabric of the building.
Located in picturesque Hillsborough village, The Parson’s Nose was built by the first Marquis of Downshire in the late 1700s. This simple yet elegant Georgian townhouse has today been transformed into a characterful and charming dining pub.
Since being purchased by the team that is also behind the landmark Balloo House in Killinchy, The Parson’s Nose has certainly been making a name for itself. Not only has it been announced as one of the Bridgestone Guide’s Top 100 Restaurants in Ireland but has also earned a listing in The Michelin Guide.
With local brews, and top chef Danny Millar responsible for the food, The Parson’s Nose delivers outstanding food and drink in an atmosphere of genteel hospitality.
The Parson’s Nose opens 7 days a week, serving food from 12 noon through to last orders, 9pm Sunday – Thursday and 10pm Friday & Saturday. Offering guests a very well priced set day-time menu, the ‘Heavenly Menu’ from 12 noon – 6.30pm, Monday to Saturday, 1 course £9.95, 2 Courses £13.95 / 3 Courses £17.95.
Best Chef in Ireland (Danny Millar) – Restaurant Association of Ireland 2010
Best Chef (Danny Millar) – Fate Magazine Awards 2010 & 2011
Best Casual Dining – Rest Association of Ireland 2010
Hospitality Award 2011 – Northern Ireland Tourist Board Awards 2011
Michelin Guide 2014
Bridgestone 100 Best Restaurants in Ireland 2013
Georgina Campbell’s Ireland 2013
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