A unique dining experience in the beautiful surroundings of strangford lough, just 25 minutes from the hustle and bustle of belfast

“Wholesome food, cheery staff and a beautiful location make this a popular dining destination“ Georgiana Campbell’s Ireland Guide.

Situated on the shores of Strangford Lough and accessed by a causeway across the sea, Daft Eddy’s is a family run business with a local focus and direct shoreline access.

The restaurant, bar and coffee shop offer lough-side views, indoor and outdoor dining and a warm welcome to all.

A fully licensed restaurant and bar, serving contemporary and wholesome food, our menus are designed around sourcing the best of the readily available local and seasonal produce of Northern Ireland, both land and sea.

Alongside the restaurant sits Little Eddy’s coffee shop, open for breakfast and lunch, with indoor and outdoor seating and the opportunity to purchase local art and crafts.

Both areas are family orientated and offer cyclists and dog owners the space to relax and unwind in beautiful surroundings and a warm and friendly atmosphere.

A laid back and informal space, Little Eddy’s coffee shop is a popular destination for friends, families, dog walkers and cyclists, offering a “grab & go” cyclists station and bike racks.

There are dog friendly zones both inside and outside the premises in response to demand from pet owners who wish to avail of the wonderful outside space and scenic walks.

The menu in Little Eddy’s offers breakfast, lunch and brunch, cakes, scones and tray bakes. Local refreshments come from Belfast’s Suki Tea, Pure Roast Coffee (roasted in Lisburn) and Newry’s Neary Nog’s range of premium hot chocolates. On a warm (or cold!) day choose from our range of Carrickfergus made Maud’s ice creams.

Whether it’s breakfast, lunch or a drink with friends and family our aim is to try and provide a menu and a warm welcome for every occasion.

Little Eddy’s also retails a range of goods from our local partners including Suki Tea pots and artwork from the Majury family and “stone the crows” amongst others.