The Catalina Restaurant awarded two AA Rosettes for culinary excellence, seating 75 persons, offers a relaxing fine dining experience. This light and spacious room with vaulted ceilings and arched windows, provides diners with spectacular panoramic views of Castle Hume Lough.
The Catalina Restaurant's name originates from World War Two, when a secret agreement with the government of Ireland allowed aircraft to fly from Lough Erne to the Atlantic along the Donegal Corridor, providing vital air cover from one of the most westerly RAF bases in the United Kingdom.
The menu, composed by Acclaimed Chef, Noel McMeel, comprises a mix of classic and contemporary dishes with an emphasis upon fresh, seasonal and local produce. As Members of Good Food Ireland,The Resort is committed to prioritizing the core indigenous ingredients of Irish cuisine and promoting local and artisan food producers. Lough Erne Resort, Good Food Irelands Top Regional Member North Award Good Food Ireland Annual Awards 2009.
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