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Description

Flame Restaurant is a unique venue with a theatrical twist and one of Belfast’s premium restaurants.

Situated in the heart of the city centre, two minutes from Europa Bus Centre and Great Victoria Street Rail Station—Flame restaurant lies between Grand Opera House and Belfast City Hall.

The restaurant opened its doors in 2013. The theme of the 140 seated restaurant was to create drama from a full visible kitchen whereby chefs with their culinary skills prepare and deliver their cuisine from a purpose-built wood burning fire grill (Asador grill), delivering some of the finest meats from Ireland. To compliment this the chefs are also seen working on Tandoori prepared dishes, char-cooked from a purpose built copper cylindrical tandoori oven.


Offering a mixture of ‘east meets west’ cuisine, Flame restaurant prides itself on its highly skilled mixologists, preparing specialty beverages and combining selected spirits to create some of the finest cocktails the city has to offer. The extensive range of wines, spirits, premium draught beers, and Flame’s renowned cocktails gives patrons an experience that is second to none. With light entertainment, the weekends are generally remarkably busy, and it is recommended that bookings are made well in advance.

Opening Times

Monday to Friday: 8am-9.30pm (breakfast is served 8-11am, lunch 12 noon-3pm, dinner 5-9.30pm)
Saturday: 9am-9.30pm (breakfast is served 9-11am, lunch 12 noon-4pm, dinner 5-9.30pm)

Pre-Theatre Menu

Two courses for £16
Three courses for £20 plus cocktail for £5
Available Monday to Saturday, 5pm to 6.30pm

Drinks Offers

Selected £5 cocktails every day between 12pm and 7pm.
  • 46 Howard Street
  • Belfast
  • Antrim
  • BT1 6PG
Flame Restaurant
  • 46 Howard Street
  • Belfast
  • Antrim
  • BT1 6PG

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Live entertainment on Friday & Saturday nights
  • Excellent local produce
  • Amazing steaks, Indian dishes and cocktails
  • City centre restaurant
  • Pre theatre menu

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