The restaurant Pimp review – In mid February I visited a rural Northern Irish eatery, which delivered the warmest welcome I have encountered anywhere on my travels.  It’s a relatively new, very stylish, exciting bistro with a passionate owner and a very ambitious chef.  That owner, Mark O’Kane, is a man vastly experienced in designing inviting dining spaces and, that chef is Brendan Baxter. Read full review – click here

Stunning…..My wife and I had been hearing some good reports about this new restaurant/winebar so along with a couple of friends decided to pay it a visit and we were glad we did!!! Its a hidden gem in Warrenpoint. Not long open as it was explained to us by Mark, the owner. We arrived around 8ish into a bustling bar area were we were seated and offered a drink(good wine selection and very tasty cocktails), a lovely girl explained the specials to us and took our order at the table. We were seated within 10 minutes to our starters and from that the experience was second to none.The monkfish main course which my wife had was that fresh it had only been caught that day. Anyway very happy to ramble on about this brilliant place but basically well worth a visit, and try the Lemon and Vodka Tart dessert…..

Fusion…I ate in fusion at the weekend with my boyfriend, I have to say that it was the nicest meal I have had in Warrenpoint to date. The place is beautiful, and the service is great, it’s nice to finally see a restaurant in my hometown with both great service and unique food.