Derry is becoming really well-known for its food, with lots of different offerings cropping up all over the city.
Derry is a great spot for a quick weekend break, with so much to do in the city – especially if you're a fan of Derry Girls! There's so much to eat that you might find it hard to decide where to go, so read on to find out exactly what to eat in Derry right now.
Primrose on the Quay, Atlantic Quay
Who doesn't love eggs Benedict? A brunch classic, you'll find that most people enjoy this delicious dish. With perfectly poached eggs, shredded ham and silky hollandaise atop a toasted English muffin, you can't go wrong with this option from Primrose on the Quay.
Nonna's Wood Fired Pizzas, Shipquay Street
Margherita pizza might sound like a safe option, but this version from Nonna's Wood Fired Pizzas looks too good to turn down. This pizzeria uses local suppliers to create their pies, including Toonsbridge Dairy, Broighter Gold oils and Corndale Farm meats, and we're dying to try them.
Irish Stew 2019
Browns in Town, Strand Road
Irish stew is the dish most associated with Ireland, but the team at Browns Bonds Hill have given it a revamp for 2019 and we think it looks delicious. Browns Bonds Hill has a fantastic menu, so you know that you're in for a delicious meal.
The Roast Sharing Plate for Two
Soda & Starch, Craft Village, Shipquay Street
Soda & Starch is definitely one to watch, with Ray Moran at the stove making sure that each plate is perfect. The roast sharing plate combines a range of meat, like beef brisket, lamb shoulder and pork belly, to create the perfect Sunday lunch for two.
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Pyke'n'Pommes, P.O.D., Strand Road
We've only heard good things about Pyke'n'Pommes in Derry and now we're majorly craving these cauliflower tacos. Featuring crispy cauliflower on a soft tortilla, if we could eat only one thing in Derry, it would definitely be this taco.
What else should we eat in Derry? Let us know in the comments below.