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Easter at Newcastle House

Tuesday, 15th April, 2014 11:38am
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Newcastle House is a 300-year-old Manor House located in the very center of Ireland in County Longford on the banks of the river Inny. Newcastle House stands on 50 acres of mature parkland surrounded by 900 acres of forest.  Newcastle is steeped in history; formerly the residence of the King-Harmen Family, the estate was once the largest in the region encompassing over 30,000 acres. 

They have created a special Easter Weekend Menu on offer this weekend. Enjoy a fabulous four course meal for only €29.95. See below for their Easter Menu and enjoy your Easter at Newcastle House. 

Easter Menu

Homemade Leek & potato soup, herb crouton

Spring onion & cherry tomato Bruschetta, basil pesto

Char grilled chicken & mushroom tartlet, rocket salad

Spicy Turkish falafel, hummus & spicy tomato dips

Savoury crab cake, roast red pepper mayo


Roast leg of lamb, crushed baby potato with crisp bacon & red onion, red wine jus

Roast crown of turkey, sage & cranberry stuffing, herb gravy

Pan seared breast of chicken, spinach mash, roast garlic & thyme cream

Oven baked fillet of cod, wilted spring greens, salsa verde

Mild fruity homemade chickpea curry, pilaf rice & crisp tortilla chips


Hazelnut & chocolate pavalova

Chocolate brownie, chocolate sauce & vanilla cream

White chocolate pot, raspberries & rhubarb syrup

Fresh fruit salad, vanilla ice cream




They are open Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 5pm until 9.30pm and Sunday lunch from 12 noon until 5pm by reservation only.

For more inforamtion you can visit their website- www.newcastle-house.ie call them on- 090 643 2226 or visit their Facebook page.

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