Located across the street from the Ulster Museum and just a short stroll from the Lyric Theatre, Cafe Conor serves a fabulous mix of modern cuisine and classic dishes. This landmark restaurant welcomes customers for breakfast, snacks, lunch and dinner. The unusual high-ceilinged room is brightened with the natural light from the lantern roof and was originally the studio of local artist William Conor.
Start your day with an award-winning Big Breakfast, pop in for a snack or a relaxing lunch or join us for dinner where Chef Craig Reid serves superb homemade dishes using the freshest ingredients.
Conor Cafe is one of Belfast's most popular restaurants, with customers returning time and again to enjoy its wonderful food and unique atmosphere.
Originally the studio of local artist William Conor (from 1944-54), the restaurant has an artistic ambience and features original works by famous local artist Neil Shawcross. Customers love the unusual high-ceilinged room, which is brightened with the natural light from the lantern roof.
This friendly restaurant is known for producing superb homemade dishes using the freshest of ingredients.
Conor Cafe is open from breakfast till late, with a wide range of delicious modern European dishes to choose from. From original comfort foods and classic dishes, there will be something for everyone. It is known in Belfast for delivering the best from tasty homemade snacks to hearty evening meals.
The drinks menu caters to all tastes and consists of hot teas, coffees, steamers and milkshakes. The wine menu has a selection from all over the world, with a varied selection of vintages to suit the most sophisticated palate.
Directions to Cafe Conor
Across the street from the Ulster Museum on Stranmillis Road.