Description

Elegant décor with carved dark woods and contrasting vibrant navy and golds will transport you to Paris for the evening.

Boasting an equally impressive exterior allows Café Parisien to act as a stand out building steeped in splendid architecture in Belfast's Donegall Place.

From dawn to dusk, Café Parisien is the place to relish in the moment and let your palette be revived with authentic French cuisine. Inspired by its Titanic namesake, Café Parisien offers all-day dining, seven days a week.

Gastronomic treasures feature across our menus, from classic crepes, to brasserie and bistro dishes, with patisserie afternoon tea  delights to curb your sweet tooth. Perfectly positioned in the heart of Belfast, the restaurant offers a friendly welcome in a superb setting, ideal for any occasion.

You can take in the ambience of the open seating area or alternatively embrace the intimacy of the secluded booths. The iconic terracing offers panoramic views as well as additional seating for those who enjoy al fresco dining whilst gazing out onto the passers-by below.

Inspired by Café Parisien on board RMS Titanic, the restaurant has remained true to its origins with a traditional style of French cooking.  Let your palette be revived with wholesome flavours, fresh ingredients and the classic dishes across the range of menus from patisserie delights to appetizing main courses.
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  • Cleaver House
  • Donegall Square North
  • Belfast
  • Antrim
  • BT15BB

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Central Location
  • Panoramic views from outdoor the terrace
  • Striking and unique décor
  • Sunday Brunch

    Sundays are for brunchin’ with your best.  Enjoy brunch classics served with tea, coffee or choice of selected cocktail at Café Parisien each Sunday from 10am – 6pm.

    From £9.95 per person.

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  • Parisien Menu

    Enjoy two courses from the Parisien Menu for only £25 per person. Dine downstairs in Le Café and receive a bottle of house wine.

    Available daily from 5pm.

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