Breakfast Week in Belfast
Why not avail of any excuse to get your hands on a full Irish or English breakfast this week? All you have to do is make sure you celebrate national Breakfast Week, which is running from the 25th - 31st of January. It’s a campaign across the Uk that emphasizes the importance of breakfast, and the benefits of starting your day with a full tummy. Research suggests that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and there will be nationwide promotions throughout the country, with events ranging from cooking demonstrations to competitions and special breakfast menus. We’ve done the hard work for you by selecting the best places to find your perfect breakfast, so be sure to check out our list of breakfast delights in Belfast.
Hadskis is centrally located in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter and boasts a delicious breakfast menu that combines both healthy and hearty breakfasts. If it’s been a stressful week then why not treat yourself to a sit down breakfast? It’s sure to cure anything that ails you! Hadskis serves everything from granola to waffles.
The Bar and Grill at St James Street
Located just a five minute walk from City Hall, The Bar at St James Street South is the ideal place to stop off for a spot of brekkie. You’ll be certain to dine like a king here; the restaurant prides itself on an extensive weekend brunch menu that you’re sure to try more than once. Be sure to try the crepes!
26 West Bar and Grill
26 West Bar and Grill are famous in Belfast for their tasty and affordable extensive brunch menu that is available daily until 2pm, making it the perfect place to go if you’re a late riser! With a selection of big breakfasts, omelettes, eggs and pancakes to choose from, it’s got to be 26 West Bar and Grill.
CarGoes Cafe is one of the healthier spots for breakfast in the city with some rough calorie counts available on the menu. A cafe that prides itself on healthy eating and fresh local produce, you won’t feel guilty while you treat yourself here; a great choice if healthy eating is a New Years resolution.
Holohan's at the Barge
If you’re looking for a unique experience to start your day then why not try Holohan's, a friendly family-run restaurant that is situated on a barge at Lanyon Quay. Offering a variety of brunch options, this is a popular spot with tourists and locals alike, with an emphasis on Irish cuisine.
The Portside Inn
The Portside Inn is a classic pub style restaurant that is open and serving breakfast from 8am on weekday mornings, and from 10am on Saturdays and Sundays. This brunch menu combines lighter snacks with the more traditional and hearty breakfast choices.
Little Lily’s is a quirky neighbourhood restaurant come bistro situated in the heart of East Belfast. The brunch menu here is something that you will find yourself salivating over; it includes the famous Ulster Fry, and features pancakes, brioche French toast, omelettes and much more.
Madison’s Restaurant at Madison’s Hotel
With breakfast available from 7am, Madison’s restaurant at the stunning hotel is the best place if you’re looking for an early sitting. There is a number of different dishes available, including their signature fry, a veggie fry and continental breakfasts for those feeling so inclined.
Avoca Food hall and Cafe
Located on 21 Arthur Street, Avoca is positioned right in the centre of Belfast city, making it an ideal place to stop off in the middle of a tiring day, or for a break in the middle of some shopping downtown. It’s a spacious venue with a eclectic style that will wake you up and inspire you to keep trucking through! The brunch menu contains many different foodie options that you’ll love.
No. 36 Restaurant and Cafe
No 36 is open from 9am and serving a wide menu, and its convenient location at 36 Belmont Road means that it is highly accessible for homemade treats or the choice of a delicious brunch menu. With friendly staff and a laid back atmosphere, it’s a great choice for catching up with friends.
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