• Great Belfast Food

    Talented chefs, superb local produce and great value means Belfast has one of the tastiest food scenes in the UK or Ireland.

    Great Belfast Food
  • Homegrown Talent

    Belfast is full of talented chefs that have revolutionised the food scene

  • Local Produce

    In Northern Ireland, good food is in our nature with the finest and freshest ingredients available anywhere in the world

Great Belfast Food


Talented chefs, superb local produce and great value means Belfast has one of the tastiest food scenes in the UK or Ireland. Discover our unique food and drink traditions, meet our leading chefs and artisan food producers as well as stallholders from the award-winning St George’s Market and explore our delis, cafes and gastro pubs too.

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Originally conceived as a pop-up restaurant, Home moved from its last address to set up permanently on Wellington Place, and what a treat to lovers of simple but magnificently well-prepared food. Located on Wellington Place in the very heart of Belfast City Centre, Home serves feel-good food... Read More ›

Co Couture

Co Couture is a gourmet artisan chocolate producer based in Belfast. The company was established in May 2008. The chocolates are available through our chocolate boutique on 7 Chichester Street, or at St. George’s market every Saturday or online. Read More ›

The Cookery School at James Street South

Opened in 2011 the Cookery School at James Street South offers the perfect medium to share the passion for produce and cooking with you. Read More ›

Havana Bank Sq

Havana Bank Sq, an intimate restaurant tucked away behind the recently developed Bank’s Square, in the City Centre. Read More ›

St George's Market

The present St. George's Market, built 1890-1896, is one of Belfast's oldest attractions. The market is home to some of the finest fresh produce, with customers travelling near and far to sample the delights of Friday, Saturday and Sunday markets. Read More ›

SHU Restaurant

Open since October 2000, SHU (the ancient Egyptian god of atmosphere) is set in a fine Victorian terrace on Belfast's stylish Lisburn Road. SHU has won many accolades over the years, including Food & Wine Magazine's Best Restaurant In Ulster Award and an AA Rosette Award for Culinary Excellence. Read More ›

Mollys Yard

Located in the heart of Belfast's Queen's Quarter, Molly's Yard restaurant has a relaxed and familiar charm. Read More ›


OX offers relaxed dining overlooking the River Lagan and within walking distance of the Belfast Waterfront, St Georges Market and Odyssey Arena. Co-owners Alain Kerloc'h and Stephen Toman use a creative approach to seasonality alongside their combined wealth of experience to deliver a top... Read More ›

House of Zen

Cocooned in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter is the newest addition to the Zen Restaurant Group, the cool and elegant House of Zen. Read More ›

James Street South

Opened in 2003 by Niall and Joanne McKenna, this award winning restaurant marries the best of Northern Irish produce with classical French cooking, creating menus which change seasonally. Read More ›

Sakura Sushi Japanese Restaurant

Sakura is the first and only authentic Sushi Bar in Belfast. Sakura specialise in the wonderful culinary art of sushi as well as offering a variety of fusion food to satisfy all taste buds. All their dishes have been carefully chosen and prepared using only fresh ingredients; creating deliciously... Read More ›

Deanes at Queens

A stunning contemporary addition to the traditional architecture of Belfast's University area, the stylish interior and alfresco eating area overlooks Methodist College. Local, simple, hearty food is prepared to perfection by Great British Menu Chef Chris Fearon and complemented by the large... Read More ›

Mourne Seafood Bar

If you enjoy fresh local seafood at an affordable price then make your way to the Mourne Seafood Bar in Dundrum or Belfast. Their seafood restaurants are unique in Ireland as they source all shellfish from their very own shellfish beds. Read More ›

Howard Street Restaurant

Creating tasty dishes using the best Northern Irish ingredients served alongside a captivating range of wines, beer and cocktails. Read More ›

Cabaret Supperclub

“Sumptuous Food, Exceptional Service & Wondrous Entertainment” An exceptional night out guaranteed Read More ›

The Muddlers Club

Tucked away between Waring Street & Exchange Place in the historic back streets of Cathedral Quarter, The Muddlers Club has been named after the secret society that met there over 200 years ago. Head chef and owner, Gareth McCaughey, hand picks the best of home grown produce daily to ensure the... Read More ›