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Water Margin

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2 euro Outstanding Location, building or atmosphere
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Water Margin
The Boat House, Hanover Place , Coleraine Co Londonderry , BT52 1EB
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Tel: +44 28 7034 2222

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With its river views, plush bar and a luxuriously appointed dining room, this popular Chinese restaurant has all the ingredients for a special meal out.
  • Location - By a river
  • Location - Waterside

Water Margin

An impressive first floor restaurant above the Boat Club, this magnificently located Chinese restaurant has been a favourite destination with local diners for many a year.


With its fine river views, plush bar and a rather luxuriously appointed dining room to enhance cooking which has enjoyed a great reputation in the area over a long period, it has all the ingredients for a special meal out.


Extensive menus offer all the familiar set ‘banquets’ and western favourites like aromatic duck, sesame toast, sweet & sours and sizzling dishes, but the more adventurous diner will find that there are many unusual dishes available too - and made all the more enjoyable by good service, provided by helpful, smartly-dressed staff.


Sunday lunch is an especially popular outing, allowing the lovely waterside location to be enjoyed at leisure.

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Last Updated: 24-06-2013
Author: Georgina Campbell

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