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Restaurants in Belfast

 Belfast is a city steeped in history

If Northern Ireland’s capital city could speak, it would certainly tell a tale or ten... Following years of sectarian violence, Belfast has evolved and transformed and this is in part due to the troubles quieting down after the Good Friday Agreement in 1998. Belfast is also the birthplace of the RMS Titanic before it sunk in 1912, and the ship’s legacy is commemorated in the renovated Titanic Quarter dockyard where you will also find shipbuilder Harland & Wolff’s Drawing Offices as well as the Titanic Slipways, which often host open-air concerts. Despite its difficult past, Belfast was, and always will be, a cultural hotspot with an excellent food scene to boot. So whether you’re visiting Belfast for a few days or you're a local in need of some cool new food places to add to your repertoire, that’s where we come in... But where to begin? Sit back and let Quandoo help you sniff out the best restaurants in Belfast!

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Salt Bistro

Cathedral Quarter
European££££
5.5/676

The Welcome

Stranmillis
Chinese££££
5.3/658

La Taqueria

City Centre
Mexican££££
5.3/627
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The Kitchen

City Centre
European££££
4.6/619

The Red Panda

City Centre
Chinese££££
5.1/623

Pizza Boutique - Belfast

City Centre
Italian££££
5.9/615

Town Square

Botanic
Caf飣££
4.8/66

Amici - Belfast

Botanic
Italian££££
5.0/624

Apartment

City Centre
European££££
5.4/613

Harlem Cafe - Belfast

City Centre
European££££
5.3/615

The Green Room @ Crowne Plaza Belfast

Shaws Bridge
European££££
4.9/619

The Swift

Carrickfergus
European££££
5.1/621

Nu Delhi

City Centre
Indian££££
5.4/620

Spice Lisburn

City Centre
Indian££££
5.6/68

McHughs

City Centre
European££££
4.5/612

Spice Templepatrick

Antrim
Indian££££
5.8/610

Barnabys Restaurant

Ballyclare
European££££
5.0/619

Porterhouse

City Centre
European££££
6.0/61

The Chester

City Centre
European££££
4.8/610

Jax's Bar & Grill

Town Centre
European££££
5.4/610
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    Belfast’s restaurant scene is thriving

    From BBQ smokehouses to modern, sophisticated spots serving small plates and vodka martinis, Belfast’s restaurants are as diverse as they are plentiful. Around every corner you’ll stumble upon new and exciting eateries with their own authentic spin on various different cuisines. From Indian to Nepalese, Thai to Asian Fusion, American to Tex-Mex and further afield, restaurants in Belfast cover all bases with options from all across the globe. Try Salt Bistro in Cathedral Quarter for fantastic European grub, or head to Yugo in Belfast city centre for flavours of the Orient with a uniquely Irish twist. If you love a good curry, try The Naz in Ormeau for quality Indian cuisine at inexpensive prices. For more upmarket dining, you could always consider hitting up some Belfast restaurants with Michelin stars. Both Eipic and Ox have had a Michelin star each for the past few years, and you will enjoy seasonal, inventive tasting menus at both of these brilliant Belfast restaurants.
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    Brunch at Belfast restaurants, where to begin?

    If you love brunchin’ as much as we do you’ll understand the importance of this most sacred weekend meal, and how organising a boozy brunch with pals requires lots of research and planning before deciding on the perfect location. Will there be some hungover people in your group? If so, you better ensure that the music in your chosen restaurant ain’t too loud, and you should also check that they have some bangin’ bloody marys and mimosas on offer to get rid of any sore heads with a classic hair-of-the-dog approach. Alternatively, if you’re heading out for some brunch with the family you might want to make sure the place you’ve all agreed on is kid-friendly, and comes with ample room for buggies as well as some good kids menus. On the other hand, maybe you’re looking for a cool brunch spot to start your silly Saturday off in style, before moving on to some of Belfast’s brilliant bars. One thing’s for sure, no matter what you’re after you’ll find all these kind of brunch restaurants in Belfast on Quandoo’s listing pages, so you can suss out the perfect location for some eggs benedict or shakshouka this coming weekend!
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    Booking the best restaurants in Belfast with Quandoo

    New to Belfast and its restaurants? Don’t your worry because at Quandoo we have a ginormous selection of all the best restaurants in Belfast, just waiting for you to try out. You can browse our listings using various different filters and hone in your search by price range, location and cuisine type. There are restaurants spread out all over Belfast city and its environs just waiting to be discovered, and some of the very best of them are available to book on Quandoo. The best news is that both the Quandoo online system and the app are completely free. So not only will it not cost you a penny, but it’s super quick and easy to use, so start browsing and discover some splendid new Belfast restaurants!
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    Quandoo helps you save money while you enjoy restaurants in Belfast

    As an added bonus you can also read reviews and see what other users have to say about the restaurants that interest you before making your decision. You can then book tables at your chosen Belfast restaurants then leave reviews of your own. The more you use Quandoo the more money you’ll make, and you can earn Loyalty Points along every step of the way – plus, these sweet, sweet Points can be traded in for restaurant vouchers or you can get them deposited straight into your bank account as cold hard cash! So why not download the app and start looking up restaurants in Belfast with just a few taps on your smartphone? Sure you’d be mad not to!