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Restaurants in City Centre, Belfast

Enjoy quality restaurants in Belfast city centre

Belfast is the capital city of Northern Ireland and has become a celebrated travel destination in recent decades, moving away from its former associations with the Troubles. Today it is packed with trendy hotels, stylish bars and world-class nightclubs which give partygoers the chance to party ‘til the sun comes up. There are award-winning restaurants in Belfast as well as a wealth of culture, including live music at the Odyssey Arena and the Waterfront. Visitors can enjoy walking, taxi and bus tours, literary exhibitions, art and design installations, theatre, comedy and much, much more in this thriving and friendly university city.

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La Taqueria

City Centre
Mexican££££
5.3/631

The Kitchen

City Centre
European££££
4.7/621

Harlem Cafe - Belfast

City Centre
European££££
5.2/617
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The Red Panda

City Centre
Chinese££££
5.1/623

Nu Delhi

City Centre
Indian££££
5.4/620

Pizza Boutique - Belfast

City Centre
Italian££££
5.9/615

McHughs

City Centre
European££££
4.7/614

Apartment

City Centre
European££££
5.4/613

Porterhouse

City Centre
European££££
5.7/63

The Chester

City Centre
European££££
4.8/610

Souls

City Centre
Fusion££££
5.6/67

Beile Blasta

City Centre
International££££
6.0/61

Raincheck

City Centre
Caf飣££
6.0/61

The Thirsty Goat

City Centre
European££££
5.3/63

Bia

City Centre
European££££

Clayton Hotel - Belfast

City Centre
European££££
New

ADA

City Centre
Turkish££££
New

Biddy Farrelly's

City Centre
Caf飣££

Yugo

City Centre
Asian££££
5.5/624

Opera Italian Pizza

City Centre
Italian££££
6.0/61
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    Where to find restaurants in Belfast city centre

    Walk along any street in Belfast city centre and you will find restaurants galore! Key spots include CastleCourt Shopping Centre, Victoria Square, St Anne's Square and the Cathedral Quarter. There are eateries here from all over the world, with menus that span from budget and student-friendly all the way to high-end tasting menus at fine dining restaurants. You'll find big name chain restaurants, celebrity restaurateurs running restaurants and pop-ups, award-winning chefs, and new dining venues spread across this exciting city. There are even specialist dessert bars for those who want to forgo mains altogether! Just remember that in a city this stylish, new restaurant openings can attract a big crowd. However, with Quandoo you can avoid the queues by booking your table at the best restaurants in Belfast city centre up to two hours in advance.
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    Enjoy great prices when you dine out

    Thanks to the large student population, there are plenty of Belfast city centre restaurants that offer affordable menus year-round. Look out for vegetarian cafes, Chinese buffets and Middle-Eastern restaurants in the city centre of Belfast, with special offers. Lunchtime deals are common, and if you dine before 6pm, you'll often find excellent prices on set menus too. Look out for pre-show meal offers too near the Grand Opera House, Lyric Theatre and SSE Arena. Early bird deals are great if you want to visit one of the more expensive restaurants in Belfast city centre, but without the price of the evening a la carte menu! There are also various family restaurants in Belfast city centre which offer special prices for children or even 'kids eat free' deals.
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    Find restaurants in Belfast city centre that Quandoo diners love

    With such a huge array of city centre restaurants in Belfast, you'll be completely spoilt for choice. Visit Quandoo to read unbiased reviews of the restaurants in Belfast city centre that our community of diners have enjoyed. For example, Salt Bistro in the Cathedral Quarter is recommended for its locally-sourced produce and cosy, romantic ambience, ideally suited to couples or friends having a catch up. The Beringer on Fountain Street is a perfect spot for world-food lovers, with an extensive menu of international dishes, from shakshuka baked eggs to Asian slaw and spiced ribs. Yugo on Wellington Street is highly popular too – an Asian fusion restaurant with an Irish twist. The food is creative and beautifully presented, packed with flavour and presented in a cool, modern interior with hanging greenery.
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    Why not make a night of it?

    Some of the restaurants in Belfast city centre also double up as bars or music venues, allowing diners to make the most of their evening in this vibrant, party-loving city. You'll find a superb atmosphere with friendly people who love to chat about their city. Whether you enjoy tapas at a Spanish restaurant in Belfast city centre or a lavish tasting menu at a French bistro, the service will be attentive, the menus delicious and the quality of food second to none. Just remember to book ahead at restaurants in Belfast city centre on Quandoo, so that you can have a stress-free dining experience.