Nothing beats a big breakfast or brunch with friends. From a traditional Ulster fry to pancakes and bacon, see our top suggestions for breakfast and brunch in Belfast.

St George's Market

Friday 6am - 2pm, Saturday 9am - 3pm and Sunday 10am - 4pm

Visit one of the UK's best indoor market on Friday, Saturday or Sunday for a flavour of local food. Whether you fancy a bacon bap or a French crepe, there's plenty of variety! Visit at the weekend to get a real taste of Belfast.

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Miel et Moi

 

Breakfast is served daily from 8am - 4.30pm

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Northern Ireland's first licensed Patisserie and café bar. Inspired by classical French bars and patisseries, the pastries are hand baked daily using locally sourced ingredients. Order the poached eggs and parma ham for a sophisticated brunch option or try the red velvet pancakes for a sweet treat.

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Cafe Conor

9am - 5pm, 7 days a week

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Located in the University area, Cafe Conor is the former studio of artist William Conor. This friendly restaurant is known for superb homemade dishes using the freshest of ingredients. Feast on a big breakfast of soda bread, potato bread, bacon, egg, sausage, black pudding, tomato, mushrooms and beans. Plenty of choice including vegetarian options, served.

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Hadskis

Brunch available Saturday & Sunday from 11am - 2pm

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In the Cathedral Quarter you can find an eclectic little dining room with an ever changing menu of daily specials alongside classic European dishes. Call in on Saturday and Sundays for delicious brunch including eggs benedict, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs and the full Hadskis breakfast including bacon, sausage, black and white pudding, tomato, mushroom, wheaten bread and egg.

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Georges Of The Market
Georges Of The Market

George's of the Market

Brunch - Tuesday to Sunday: 10am - 2.30pm

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Enjoy the best from St George's Market at the Bar & Grill located above the market. Made with ingredients fresh from the market, there's a great range of breakfast dishes on offer, from a traditional fry to Eggs Benedict.

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Bar and Grill at James Street South
Bar and Grill at James Street South

The Bar and Grill at James Street South

Brunch served Saturday and Sunday 12 - 3pm
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The Bar and Grill offers an exciting, seasonal and local menu with something to suit all palates. Their friendly service ensures that you have a great meal whether you are in for a quick bite or a lazy lunch with your friends. Call in on Saturday & Sunday for bunch including a full cooked breakfast, Brioche French toast and crepes.

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Bert's Jazz Bar

Weekend brunch served 11am - 3pm

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Find yourself instantly transported back to the chic, intimate jazz bars of 1930s New York as you soak up the sophisticated atmosphere and let the cool jazz melodies wash over you. Enjoy a hot dish and a Bloody Mary or Bucks Fizz plus tea or coffee at Bert's for £15, available Saturday and Sunday 11am - 3pm. Hot dishes include buttermilk pancakes, minute steak and Eggs Royale. Live jazz music is played 12noon - 2pm.

National Grand Cafe

8.30-11.30am, Sat & Sun from 9.30am. Sunday Brunch 9.30am-5pm

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From coffee and fresh pastries for those who are in a rush, to a sit down breakfast for those who have time to relax, the National Grand Cafe has something for everyone. Try the eggs arlington with poached eggs or smoked salmon and hollandaise sauce on toasted brioche.

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Avoca Cafe
Avoca Cafe

Avoca

The gorgeous Arthur Street cafe at Avoca Belfast in the city centre is the perfect spot to chill out in between all that shopping. Spacious with an eclectic vintage style, it features lots of delicious, freshly-prepared favourites from an award-winning menu. With great baking and plenty of locally sourced seasonal ingredients, it's no wonder it's become such a popular rendezvous.

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Errigle Inn
Errigle Inn

The Errigle Inn

Served Saturday & Sunday from 10am. Weekdays from 11.30am

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The Errigle Inn is known as one of Belfast's most famous traditional pubs with a great history for excellent food, drink and entertainment. Available on Saturday and Sunday from 10am, call into the Errigle Inn for everything from a traditional Ulster Fry to pancakes with bacon or French toast.

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Bright's

Closed on Sundays

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A local favourite, Bright's is well known for its extensive breakfast menu. It offers an all day breakfast including the traditional Ulster Fry. They also serve a Yankee Fry with pancakes, waffles, hash browns and maple cured bacon. This family friendly restaurant is a great choice for families and groups with different tastes and appetites.

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The Great Room

Monday - Friday: 7am - 10am and Saturday - Sunday: 7.30am - 10.30am

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The Merchant Hotel boasts a breakfast menu full of locally sourced produce from natural Irish yougurt to Ballinwillin black and white pudding and smoked salmon from Walter Ewing's Belfast fishmongers. Enjoy a continental or cooked breakfast in decedent surroundings.

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Acton & Sons
Acton & Sons

Acton and Sons

Served Saturday 11am - 4pm

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Acton & Sons have it covered from morning to late, offering breakfast, lunch, early dining set menu, la carte and American style brunch on the weekend. Order a bucks fizz to go with the eggs Royal, a classic Irish breakfast or sample the chia seeds, maple syrup, almond milk & summer fruits.

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Lyric Theatre
Lyric Theatre

The Lyric Theatre

Sunday 10am - 4pm

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Enjoy views over the River Lagan with brunch at the Lyric Theatre, with live jazz from 10am - 2pm every Sunday in the Cafe Bar. The locally sourced menu includes granola with Clandeboye yoghurt and fresh fruit, a full breakfast and brioche French toast with bacon alongside freshly roasted coffees.

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