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The Market House Restaurant
Donegal Town, Co. Donegal
The Market House restaurant on the Diamond, Donegal Town, has built up an enviable reputation for top quality food at affordable prices.

Donegal has some of the best raw ingredients in the world. At the Market House restaurant, local rules. The specialty seafood comes straight from the boats in Killybegs, Dairy from local Donegal pastures. Beef, lamb and pork raised within a few kilometres for Donegal town, all expertly prepared, then served simply, and fresh as can be.

Over the last 10 years, the Market House has built up an enviable reputation for quality food at affordable prices. Fronting onto the Diamond’s iconic monument, the interior is spacious and traditional with a clever twist of modern décor.

The menus offer something for everyone. Specialising in local fresh Seafood a wide selection of other locally sourced dishes are also available.

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Milltown, Diamond, Co. Donegal, Ireland
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