The Percy French is Top of the Leaderboard
Stephen Meldrum, General Manager of the Slieve Donard Resort & Spa and James Toal Manager of the Percy French pictured with Paddy Mc Carthy, editor of The Golfers Guide and Mary Mitchell O’Connor T.D. at an awards ceremony in Druids Glen Golf Club.
Named Best Restaurant in Ulster by leading golf publication
THE Percy French in Newcastle is celebrating a hole in one after it was named the Best Restaurant in Ulster by leading publication the Golfers Guide to Ireland at an awards ceremony in Druids Glen Golf Club.
The awards were based on the results of an all Ireland poll undertaken from within the golfing community and the Percy French beat off stiff competition to be named the best in Ulster.
The Percy French, located on the grounds of the 4-star Slieve Donard Resort & Spa, is a firm favourite of golfers from around the world and next door to the prestigious Royal County Down Golf Club, host to this year’s Irish Open.
Stephen Meldrum General Manager of the Slieve Donard Resort & Spa said: “We are absolutely delighted to have won this prestigious award. The Percy French is a fantastic restaurant dedicated in embracing the use of carefully selected local quality foods and is the perfect place for golfers to sit back and relax after a day on the course.
“I would like to pay testament to the manager James Toal and his fabulous team who do a marvellous job ensuring we offer our customers the very best in seasonal menus and exceptional dining experience every time,” Stephen added.
Editor of The Golfers Guide to Ireland Paddy Mc Carthy said: This is the first time the Percy French has received the Best Restaurant Award Ulster and with three separate dining areas, each complete with roaring fires, a spacious beer garden overlooking the beach, and a wide selection of drinks and food to choose from, it’s no wonder the restaurant has been honoured at this year’s event.”