Quay West Restaurant
Happily housed in a dramatic, glass-fronted building on Quay Street, Debbie and Jo’s restaurant is on a mighty roll.
What could be nicer than a table upstairs in Quay West, with a beautiful view over the bay and the pier where the River Eske meets the sea, and the promise of good food and good times in Debbie and Jo’s lovely restaurant. Start with a bottle of Devil’s Backbone pale ale, with a plate of shellfish and sourdough bread, and the good times are as certain as the good food. The menus proudly celebrate the riches of the locality – Donegal mussels; wild Atlantic chowder; oak smoked Killybegs haddock; braised shank of Donegal lamb; Walsh’s Aubric sirloin steak – and with Donegal whiskeys, gins and craft beers, the menus reveal Donegal’s tastiest secrets. The other great Donegal secret, of course, is the charming, friendly service that makes Quay West so special.
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