The Strangford Arms already had an established reputation throughout Northern Ireland as a popular eatery, but major refurbishment has ensured its place on the map. LeWinters’ Bistro, Bar and Restaurant has set the trend along this stretch of historic coast and has become one of the most popular dining venues of its kind.
Award winning food from an extensive menu of freshly pepared local and international cuisine can be enjoyed in a comfortable and contemporary environment. Instead of specialising in one particular meal or menu, LeWinters has taken an innovative approach to dining. The exceptional and generous menu is great value for money which has something to offer every taste and appetite ranging from traditional, local favourites to the spicy, exotic dishes from all corners of the world. At the Strangford Arms we are totally dedicated to offering food and wines of a high quality at affordable prices while our professional and welcoming staff will aim to provide for any special dietary requirement. LeWinters is able to cater for all occassions, whether it’s a romantic meal for two, a family gathering, celebrations or just a night out for good food and craic with friends.
Families haven’t been forgotten at the Strangford Arms Hotel as the Kids Fun Factory is held every Sunday from 12pm to 8pm. Adults can relax and enjoy their Sunday Luncheon while the children can choose from a healthy and tasty kids’ menu on offer which is sure to entice even the pickiest appetite while being kept entertained by a range of activities, from a bouncy castle to Playstation games.
Food is served daily from 8am to 9.30pm Monday to Saturday and 8am to 8.00pm on a Sunday.
LeWinters’ Bar has become the pulse of the North Down social scene being renowned for its entertainment and chic atmosphere. LeWinters’ boosts fabulous live entertainment every weekend as well as happy hours where people can enjoy great drink promotions. All live sports and Sky Premiership Plus is shown across four Plasma TVs, making LeWnters a popular venue for patrons across Northern Ireland.