There are hundreds of places to eat in Belfast city centre, from one-of-a-kind restaurants to global coffee chains, family favourites and quirky pubs. Many are taking part in the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, so you can save money by sitting in at our cafés, restaurants, gastro pubs and coffee shops. See participating Belfast city centre businesses serving food below.

Coffee Breaks

Starbucks

Starbucks

Take a shopping break at Starbucks on Castle Lane, where you can sip on the chain’s dark, medium and blonde roasts while tucking into hot and cold lunches, or delicious cakes and treats. Enjoy their Eat Out to Help out savings from Mondays to Wednesdays in August.

Clements Cafés

Clements Cafés

Catch up with friends in one of Clements Cafés, located on Donegall Square West, Royal Avenue and Rosemary Street. The independent coffee chain is offering Eat Out to Help Out discount, so you can save money on their homemade soups, sandwiches and enormous tray bakes!

Family Friendly Restaurants

Little Wing Pizzeria   Lisburn Rd, Belfast

Little Wing Pizzeria

Serving traditionally made Naples-style pizza, Little Wings Pizzeria on Ann Street is a favourite with families. Eat Out to Help Out discount is available, plus ‘Little Wingers’ can choose a starter, main and dessert for the little price of just £5.95!

028 9024 7000 to book.

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Home Restaurant

Home Restaurant is a must-try. Serving feel good food made with local produce, their menus include lots of gluten free, vegan and vegetarian options. The kids’ menu features yummy chicken, fish and sausage and mash, followed by a free scoop of ice-cream!

Book a table at homebelfast.co.uk.

Wagamama

Wagamama

Head to Wagamama in Victoria Square for delicious pan-Asian food. Their kids’ menu features mini Japanese dishes, including chicken katsu, ramen and noodles. Enjoy up to 50% off (up to a maximum of £10 discount per diner) with the Eat Out to Help Out discount, Mondays to Wednesdays in August.

028 9023 6098 to book.

Dinner and Drinks

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Henrys

Located in Joys Entry, Henrys and adjoining bar The Jailhouse are where to go if you’re looking for great drinks, traditional food and live music. Housed in building that has served as a pub for over 100 years, Henrys comes with plenty of history too. The pub is participating in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, so you can enjoy up to £10 off food this August.

028 9032 6711 or email hello@henrysbelfast.com.

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La Taqueria

Revered for its authentic Mexican flavours and extensive range of margaritas and Mexican beer, La Taqueria is a must visit! The colourful restaurant on Castle Street books up quickly, so reserve a table in good time to avoid disappointment. Visit from Mondays to Wednesdays in August for Eat Out to Help Out discount.

Book at lataqueriabelfast.co.uk.

Morning Star Bar

Morning Star

Another pub full of history is the Morning Star, which is housed in a Victorian Grade 2 listed building. The downstairs bar serves traditional pub grub and the daily buffet for only £5.95. Upstairs hosts a 120-seat restaurant serving top quality local fare with a full bar and great buzzing atmosphere.

Book online at themorningstarbar.co.uk.

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Granny Annies

With live music seven nights a week and a delicious gastro pub menu from 8am to late, it’s always a party at ‘your Granny’s’. They’re taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme too, so you can get up to £10 off food and non-alcoholic drinks.

028 9032 1331 to book

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