You must have the mussels those cant be missed. So fresh and the bread dipped into the wine white sauce was very good. It's worth the wait!!
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This former J&P has now been taken over by Ocho. They were formally in Coleraine but Sean has moved to Portrush. First class food and service and this continues into their outside catering department Pieces of Eight. I recently used them for my wife's 60th...More
This restaurant has now closed. Once a great spot it had gone slightly off the boil but under the new Jackman & Pye had gained a loyal set of customers. Such a pity.
The restaurant was very convenient to our hotel (Ramada) and the selection of fish was excellent. Everything cooked to perfection. The place is also a wine bar and have an excellent range of wines available.
I was invited to join some friends in this restaurant on Sat night to celebrate a 60th birthday. A table for 10 was booked at 7-30pm. To begin with we had to seat ourselves as no one was there to greet us & we waited...More
Myself and 10 others enjoyed a fabulous New Year's Eve dinner at Jackman & Pye. Booked on recommendations, each and everyone of us were delighted with the food, portion sizes, value for money, atmosphere and staff, especially the two guys upstairs who served us, Hector...More
Tricky to review as we have had mixed experiences. Had our first visit in August and was honestly one of the most enjoyable meals we have ever had in a Portrush (and we eat out a lot in Portrush) Our first visit was with my...More
Found this restaurant purely by chance when visiting Portrush. Started with the Nachos, which were a meal in themselves, followed by the Seafood Paella, what a treat. The food was absolutely brilliant and plenty of it. The staff were friendly and attentive. We really found...More
Good food, no waiting time (table reserved) relaxed setting, can not fault it, tables well spaced out