Saturday, 19 April 2014


We dined last night at the Distiller's Arms, also known as Tartine, in Bushmills, County Antrim.

I drove through the courtyard into the private car-park, though it was full; so I had to reverse the two- seater back to the street (parking sensors bleeped merrily).

The restaurant was busy and we were shown to our table. 

We had a bottle of Chilean house red wine. 

My aunt had a duck confit and I had the rump of venison with shredded red cabbage and potatoes.

We shared fruit cranachan pudding.

I'm fond of this restaurant. The staff are excellent and friendly. 

The menu is at the top.


Linda said...

Sounds really good!

Anonymous said...

What is the history of Portballintrae?