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Eating in Belfast

Food is Belfast proud, "fresh and natural ingredients sourced locally". Around the city you'll find a range of restaurants, from fast food, the most fancy restaurants, restaurants that offers Italian, Spanish, seafood, cafes, bistros, and more.

The Cafés of Belfast have a continental European feel; they spill out onto the sidewalks and perfume the air with the aromas of Java and Colombian

Further information about where to eat and what to eat in Belfast is at: Great Belfastfood, it counts with restaurant guides, food guides around all Belfast.

  • CoCo: Located at 7-11 Linenhall Street.
    CoCo restaurant in Belfast's historic Linenhall Street has become one of the most popular restaurants in the city.

  • Aldens: Located at 229 Upper Newtownards Road.
    Aldens is known by its vibrant décor, abstract paintings and fashionable modern cooking.

  • James Street South Restaurant: Located at 21 James Street South.
    Voted by readers of The Observer as the "Best Restaurant in Northern Ireland" in 2006, situated in the centre of Belfast, is a stylish addition to the Belfast scene.

  • Red Panda: Unit 2, Belfast, County Antrim.
    Red Panda serves Chinese food.

  • Cayenn: Located at 7 Ascot House in Shaftesbury Square.
    Serves Fusion / Pan Asian food.

  • Nick's Warehouse, 35-39 Hill Street.
    Situated in the beautiful cobbled streets around the Cathedral Quarter, is a relaxed winebar and restaurant.

  • Sakura, 82 Botanic Avenue.
    The cherry blossom or Sakura is Japan's national flower, this establishment offers authentic Japanese and oriental fare.

  • Ten Square Hotel, 10 Donegall Square, Belfast, County Antrim
    An innovative boutique hotel, which serves International food.

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