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Right in the heart of the buzzing Cathedral Quarter, Coppi is Belfast's first cichetti bacari restaurant inspired by those found in Venice.
Top Reasons To Visit
- Casual, relaxed atmosphere with friendly service
- Homemade pastas, sour dough breads, desserts made daily
- Delicious Venetian cichetti & sharing roasts
- Outdoor, heated and covered seating area
- Fab cocktail selection
Coppi gift vouchers are the perfect gift for any foodie in your life. Available in any denomination and can be purchased in the restaurant or over the phone to be posted to the lucky recipient.
Coppi is blessed with the sheer brilliance of Tony O'Neill. The adherence to quality ingredients — meat from Peter Hannan's, which must surely be the best in Ireland — is rewarded with excellent cooking and the result is an experience which demands applause.
Joris Minne (Belfast Telegraph)
Coppi, launched by a veteran Belfast chef and restaurateur called Tony O'Neill. It looks like a Jamie's Italian on steroids, all heavy wood tables and white tiling. The intention is similar. It is meant to be a casual place, lighting sparklers rather than fireworks… terrific charred breads, and a selection of steaks supplied by the extraordinary local meat producer Peter Hannan, who ages beef from shorthorns fed on clover, in a chiller room walled in Himalayan salt. Yes, really. Apparently the salt acts as an antibiotic.
I've tried the beef, and it is something special. It has a depth of flavour and dense texture without that "something just died in the corner" flavour you get with less-cared-for muscle. Best of all at Coppi was a stonking duck pasta dish, for a very reasonable £12.50, of fat ravioli stuffed with a fine ducky ragu, overlaid with more of the same, the whole spun through with fat flakes of crisped duck skin. It was deep and outrageous and completely unfinishable. Naturally I finished it.
Jay Rainer (The Guardian)
Set on the ground floor of a purpose built property in the Cathedral Quarter. It's big and buzzy, with rustic furnishings and leather booths, and staff are bright and friendly. Good value Italian dishes; start with a selection of cichetti.
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