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Tele Recommends: The Ulster fry

Recommended by William Corrie

If you want to know the top five places to eat an Ulster fry, then have a look at our expert’s views. After that, get talking, get tweeting and spreading the word, as we would like to know what you think.

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Harrisons of Greyabbey, Ballyryan Road, Newtownards

Located on the outskirts of Greyabbey, the restaurant enjoys view of Strangford Lough and serves up a fantastic, non-greasy fry with great bacon and sausages. The soda bread is hard to beat too., 028 4278 8088

The Pitstop, 39 Balloo Road, Bangor

A great spot for an Ulster fry and a mug of tea. The Pitstop is well-known among locals and serves an all-day breakfast menu with brilliant prices and great food.

028 9145 1818

Piggly Wiggly's, Library Court, Ballyhackamore

This is a cosy eatery in east Belfast with friendly staff and a nice atmosphere. A good, solid Ulster fry which is served piping hot and not too greasy.

028 9065 4749

Sizzling Sausage, 109 Newbridge Road, Ballymoney

A great breakfast stop on the road to Coleraine. The portions are very generous and the staff are always smiling.

028 2766 7114

Lapamanzi, 49 High Street, Holywood

A hidden gem of Holywood. The decor makes it feel like a home from home and the all-day breakfast serves a top-quality Ulster fry until 4pm.

028 9042 7552


William Corrie, of Corries Butchers, runs a Newtownards beef farm.With five butcher shops in Newtownards, Cherry Valley, Ballyhackamore and Holywood, Corries specialises in fully traceable meat.

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