Set in the Brontë homeland, lovers of food and literature alike will adore our dining experience.
Reverend Patrick Brontë, father of famed writers Charlotte, Emily and Anne, was born in the nearby village Drumballyroney, County Down. He preached and taught in the area surrounding the restaurant before moving to England.
Twelve years ago the Bronte Steak House was transformed from a bar into a restaurant and quickly established itself as the excellent steak house it is today. The Bronte Steak House is situated in the Bronte Homeland area and displays relevant information and memorabilia connected with the Bronte family, which visitors to the restaurant can peruse while awaiting their meal.
The proprietors of The Bronte Steak House offer a varied and comprehensive menu that is prepared and cooked to a high standard using fresh local produce and catering for any dietary requirements.
The welcome is friendly, the atmosphere relaxed, the service professional. This combination ensures all visitors to the restaurant have an enjoyable dining experience.