Top 10 Restaurants in Belfast

Top 10 Restaurants in Belfast
Words by Aideen Kerr

Belfast City is a rich tapestry of fine dining restaurants for enthusiastic foodies, and just about anyone who enjoys a good quality, tasty feed. The city is unique in providing a wide selection of restaurants which cater to all kinds of dietary needs and desires at affordable prices. We’ve decided at Menupages.co.uk that we’re going to help you discover some hidden gems in the city, so that the next time you dine out you have a wide selection of restaurants that are to your taste to choose from.

1. Indie Spice Restaurant

Indie Spice Restaurant is the oldest of the Indie Spice family, and you’ll be certain to enjoy your visit here whether it’s a family affair, or a first date. This restaurant is a celebration of modern India and this is reflected in the decor, which is both chic and cool.

2. The Potted Hen    

This restaurant is located in the beautiful Saint Anne’s Square in the heart of Belfast’s historic Cathedral Quarter. Famous for its attentive staff and modern cuisine, The Potted Hen boasts the freshest local ingredients, which are transformed into imaginative, delicious dishes.

3. The Botanic Inn Restaurant

Not only does this restaurant serve top quality food, but it also houses one of the biggest and oldest bars in Northern Ireland; opening its doors way back when in 1867. The botanic Inn is a popular spot for a fun night out, and their big screens in the bar are ideal for sports events.  

4. Folklore Restaurant

If you’re looking to dine in a quirky, stylish restaurant then Folklore Restaurant is worth a try. From their hand-painted tables to the beautifully crafted staircase, this will be one venue that will make your night extra special.

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5. Pizza Jazz   

Pizza Jazz is so much more than a pizzeria; it combines live music and the hottest in Italian cuisine to create a unique atmosphere for a fun dining experience. This is one of Belfast’s family friendly restaurants that specialize in authentic Italian pizzas and traditional dishes.  

6. Lolita

Leave your stresses at home and dine in an oasis of relaxation with Lolita Restaurant. This elegant minimalist setting will provide you with a much-needed break from your busy life, so sit back and relish these traditional Indian dishes with a modern twist.

7. Malmaison Brasserie      

Located in the Malmaison Hotel this is the home of iconic European dishes made with passion and love by chef, Kyle Greer. To finish off your wonderful experience here, why not quench your thirst with a professionally mixed drink from the bar?

 

8. Windrush Island Cafe Restaurant

This Caribbean cafe-come-restaurant will take you away to an exotic island environment where you can enjoy a true holiday vibe. Windrush makes delicious homemade Caribbean food to match the spices and flavours of the islands.

9. James Street South Restaurant

A red brick wonder situated right in the heart of Belfast City, this restaurant is a must-see. The cuisine is inspired by traditional French food, but with a modern European slant, which ensures that each dish presented is innovative, fresh and locally sourced.

10. Restaurant 25

If you’re a fan of Mediterranean food then look no further than Restaurant 25. It specialises in Italian fine dining, so embrace your Italian food cravings! A great venue for parties and private dining alike, the staff of this this laid-back ristorante will keep you entertained.  

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