Eating out is one of the great pleasures in life. It’s also one of the joys of travel. There’s nothing like a new city, new restaurants and new culinary experiences. For a city the size of Belfast the choice of places to eat is surprising. We offer everything from fine dining, brasseries and bistros to gastro pubs, cafes, coffee shops and some of the best fish & chips around. Have we whet your appetite? Good. Dig in!
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Experience seasonal creativity in this award-winning restaurant overlooking the River Lagan, and have a top gastronomic experience.
RBG Bar & Grill
RBG Bar & Grill offers stunning New York-style décor complemented by exceptional service.
Restaurant at the Fitzwilliam Hotel
The Restaurant at The Fitzwilliam Hotel, what an unusual room, with communal tables and stunning high-backed chairs, you know your experience will be very good.
Acton & Sons
Located on the bustling Brunswick Street, the restaurant serves light breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.
With an ethos to deliver hand crafted contemporary dishes in a relaxed fun space, Shed is complemented with friendly service.
Solo Restaurant + Bar
Located in the heart of vibrant Belfast City Centre, Solo is inspired by European, Italian and Indian cuisine.
Jospers Steakhouse & The Linen Bar
Located at the back door of Belfast's historical City Hall, within Ten Square Hotel, call in for succulent Josper grill cooked steaks.
Producing simple but elegant dishes in cool atmosphere, Muddlers Club is hidden away in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter.
Situated in the heart of Belfast's Shaftesbury Square, Brooklyn SQ serves a combination of American and Italian food.
The stylish La Scala bistro serves up a stack of local favourites, exquisitely prepared and beautifully presented, perfect for lunch or early evening.
Award-winning Ulster fries, fish and chips, bold burritos and tasty Tex Mex are among many global classics served up at this fab cafe.
High quality, hand made Japanese-Irish ramen, on the go!
Bar and Grill at James Street South
Set in an old linen mill, The Bar and Grill at James Street South serves an exciting seasonal menu featuring great Northern Irish produce.
Located in the heart of Belfast's Queen's Quarter, Molly's Yard restaurant has a relaxed and familiar charm.
Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill
As the only Marco Pierre White restaurant in Northern Ireland, the Steakhouse Bar and Grill is a unique venue for local residents as well as visitors.
Miel et Moi
Miel et Moi - honey and me - is Northern Ireland's first licensed Patisserie and café bar.
Little Wing Pizzeria
Little Wing serves yummy, traditional Naples style pizzas made with fresh ingredients and cooked using time honoured methods, perfect for families.
Mourne Seafood Bar
If you enjoy fresh local seafood at an affordable price then make your way to the Mourne Seafood Bar in Belfast.
Affordable, luxury, fantastic food, with breathtaking views and stylish surroundings, The Ivory is a unique dining experience for Belfast.
Iconic and multi-award winning Lisburn Road eatery, SHU is a local favourite and well worth a visit.
John Long's Fish & Chip Restaurant
John Long's is the longest established fish and chip shop in Belfast.
Enjoy River Lagan views from the floor-to-ceiling windows of this spacious and modern Belfast restaurant.
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.
Ryan's Bar & Restaurant
Yummy food, great drinks, friendly staff and fun times in south Belfast.
Visit The Lamppost Cafe, a CS Lewis inspired, family run café in East Belfast.
Indulge in finger sandwiches, sweet treats and steaming pots of tea.
Food & Drink Events
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Tue, 30 Oct
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