5 Lunch Ideas
Pick up a gourmet sandwich at West Sandwich Bar on Castle Street, or a range of Japanese dishes including sushi at Obento on Royal Avenue. Head to Fountain Street for authentic Reuben sandwiches at the Cuban Sandwich Factory. Or grab a delicious pizza from Pizza Boutique, where you can sit in or takeaway. And look out for Belfast’s much-loved Maggie May’s which has opened a new eatery on Castle Street!
Clements cafés are dotted in various locations around the city, so you’re never far from their delicious local produce which includes homemade soups, sandwiches, paninis, ciabattas, focaccias and traybakes.
Havana Bank Sq
Serving locally sourced food seven days a week, with lunch from 12-3pm, Havana is the perfect place for a tasty afternoon bite. Located at entrance to the Gaeltacht Quarter, they host an Irish language lunch on the first Tuesday of every month.
If you’re looking for something hearty, go for Irish stew and wheaten bread in the Bobbin café at Belfast City Hall. There's also a range of buns and traybakes available. Run by a social enterprise, the café provides training and work experience for people with learning disabilities.
Indulge in all day breakfast and brunch, specialty sandwiches and delectable French style cakes at Patisserie Valerie on Castle Lane or Donegall Square West. Or treat yourself to afternoon tea for £12.50 per person.
Sagart Kitchen and Bar
This intimate restaurant's ‘Saint vs Sinner’ menu features healthy options and indulgent dishes, as well as a wide range of vegan options. Sample a rhubarb mojito or Beetarita from their ‘sinfully good’ cocktail list.
Serving classic fish and chips as well as other seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes, Fish City is an award-winning restaurant with a casual vibe and trendy, nautical interior. Sit in or get take out.
Head to Little Wings for delicious, traditional Naples style pizzas made with fresh ingredients and cooked in a wood fired oven. Their lunch deal includes a 6 inch pizza with a salad for £5.50.
Open for lunch from 12-3pm, EDŌ offers a relaxed dining experience with tapas style sharing dishes, robust meat and fish dishes and charcoal oven cooked steaks. Full size mains are available too.
Visit the café upstairs in Avoca for delicious hot food, salads, traybakes and baked goods made with the best local and seasonal produce. Unwind in the spacious interior with eclectic vintage style.
Sawers is Belfast’s much-loved deli, stocking a huge range of local gourmet produce. They also serve a mouthwatering lunch menu to eat in or take away, featuring salads, wraps, bagels and hot dishes like curry and lasagna.