Description

Fish City is a lively fish and chip restaurant and take-away located next to Victoria Square, in Ann Street in Belfast's city centre.

Open all day, Fish City serves breakfast, lunch and dinner using local and sustainably sourced food. As well as offering the traditional and award winning fish and chips, there is an extensive menu of seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes, offering customers a menu that is flavoursome and healthy.
Fish City has a bespoke menu for children, with the option to choose half portions for half the price from the main menu. (Look out for the smiley crab!) 
Dining in or taking away, you will be welcomed by warm and friendly staff.

Enjoy the fish sculptures and art work displayed on both floors of Fish City, the owners keen to draw attention to the origins and history of the seafood industry.
Fish City
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33 Ann Street,
Belfast.
BT1 4EB

Top Reasons To Visit

  • Award winning fish and chips
  • Extensive menu at reasonable prices
  • Contemporary, relaxing venue
  • Families welcome
  • Healthy menu options
  • Private Function Room – The Fishermans Hut

    Fish City offers a full sit in and take away menu or customers can avail of the 'Fishermans Hut' located on the first floor where parties can book business breakfasts, conferences or parties

  • Awards

    Fish City are committed to sourcing sustainable seafood - all of the cod and haddock are MSC (Marine Stewardship council) certified. All other species of fish are responsibly sourced and from sustainable waters. The restaurant was recently awarded the Top 3 UK Seafood Sustainability Award from Seafish, 2016.

  • Gluten Free Wednesday

    As well as a bespoke gluten free menu, gluten free fish and chips are available every Wednesday.

    Please contact us at info@fish-city.com or 02890 231000 for more information. All menus available on the website www.fish-city.com/menus

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