Sunday Lunch

Served Every Sunday from 12pm to 3pm

Sunday Lunch at Friels has been a tradition loved by families for the past 25 years. Our renowned generous portions coupled with top quality local ingredients makes our Sunday Lunch one for all the family.

You can now order family Sunday Lunch platters to enjoy at home via Friels To Go

One Course – £11

Two Course – £15

Three Course – £17

Homemade Soup of the Day

Served with chef’s wheaten bread.
Ask server for details (gfo)

Crispy Panko Crumbed Aghadowey Mushrooms

with mixed leaves and garlic herb mayonnaise dip (g) (e)

BBQ Ribs

Served with house garnish

Salt and Chilli Chicken

with mixed leaves and garlic herb mayonnaise dip (g) (e)

Portavogie Prawn Cocktail

Portavogie prawns and marie rose sauce served with chef’s homemade wheaten bread and salad garnish (g) (gfo) (c)

Main Courses

Roast Turkey & Ham

Served with homemade stuffing, seasonal vegetables, roast potatoes, cocktail sausages and gravy (gfo)

Roast Beef

Yorkshire pudding and all the trimmings

Pan-seared Portavogie Salmon

in a lemon and parsley cream served with stir-fried seasonal veg and baby boiled potatoes. (f)

Pan-seared Portavogie Salmon

in a lemon and parsley cream served with stir-fried seasonal veg and baby boiled potatoes. (f)

Chicken, Tomato & Marscarpone Pasta

with grilled garlic bread.

Veggie option available

Vegetable Curry

Served with boiled rice and naan bread

Desserts

Fresh Fruit Pavlova

Sticky Orange and Chocolate Cake

Christmas Pudding and Brandy Sauce

Morelli’s Ice Cream Sundae

Hot Chocolate Fudge Cake with Morellis Ice Cream

Morellis Ice Cream Selection

Bubblegum | Vanilla | Strawberry | Chocolate | Honeycomb | Mint Choc Chip | Oreos | Banoffee | Snow White ( white chocolate & honeycomb | Christmas Cookie Crunch |

Dart Mountain Cheese Board (2 people) £12

Sperrin blue, Banagher bold, Tirkeeran cheese, Camembert Brie served with crackers, celery, grapes, Irish black butter, locally made chilli jam and chutney.

HISTORIC BAR & RESTAURANT IN NORTHERN IRELAND

established 1837