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The Ryandale Inn

The Square, Moy, DUNGANNON, County Tyrone, BT71 7SG
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The Ryandale is a family run restaurant conveniently located in the historic village of Moy and are delighted to be part of Taste Mid Ulster and feature on the Mid Ulster Food Trail.  We invite you to enjoy the professional services of our family run business by celebrating any occasion with us. Whether it be a wedding, conference, birthday, anniversary, christening or any other party we have the perfect  venue for it.


Our Taste Mid Ulster Signature Dish

‘Ryandale Ribeye Stack’

McAtamney’s Ribeye Steak, aged 40 days,  served on maple cure bacon colcanno, napped with a McIvor’s plum cider reduction, honey roasted beetroot to garnish and crowned with crisp tobacco onions

Grange Farm Shop - Potato, Savoy Cabbage, Onion, Garlic, Beetroot

McAtamney’s - Aged Ribeye, Maple bacon

McIvor’s Ardress - Cider

Dale Farm - Butter, Cream


The restaurant with its warm and relaxed atmosphere can cater for intimate functions from birthday party’s right through to family reunions. The spacious restaurant can now hold up to 100 guests.

We serve food daily with our breakfast menu starting at 8AM. After that, it’s lunch time at 12PM and our popular Carvery is still a big hitter with our customers. If Carvery isn’t for you we also have a snack menu available serving sandwiches, salads and many more favourites. To finish the day off, our A La Carte menu runs from 3PM. Make sure and phone in to book a table. 



  • Bar
  • Licensed

Parking & Transport

  • Off site parking


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Outside image of The Ryandale The Ryandale, MoyWhere a warm friendly welcome awaits you. Ideally situated in the historic village of Moy, where the famous Moy Fayre was held. Convenient to M1 Motorway, Dungannon and Armagh. Lots of tourist attractions around the locality.

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Road Directions

From Dungannon - Drive into the village square and we are situated on the right-hand side.

From Armagh - Drive into the village square and we are situate on the left-hand side.

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