As one of the hottest tourist spots in the UK, Belfast has some great Asian restaurants to go with its other attractions. Whether you're taking a stroll around the picturesque Cathedral Quarter, hanging out in the student-heavy Queen's Quarter or visiting the fascinating Titanic Quarter situated in the historic shipyards, a refreshing chicken chow mein or bowl of udon is never far away. With Quandoo, you'll have no problem reserving a table at some of the top Asian restaurants in Belfast.
When it comes to Chinese-style Asian restaurants, visitors to Belfast are spoilt for choice. One of the oldest in the city is The Welcome on Stranmillis Road, a long-standing institution which serves a winning mix of Cantonese dishes and other regional favourites, including Hong Kong crispy pork belly, Szechuan sweet and sour prawns, stir-fried baby ribs and the charmingly named Wind Dust Chicken (breaded chicken breast coated with a dry rub of chilli and garlic). Meanwhile at places like The Red Panda on Great Victoria Street in the city centre you can combine a banquet with a lively session of karaoke – an excellent option for family celebrations and social events.
There are a number of Asian restaurants in Belfast which pride themselves on exploring exciting new flavour combinations. For instance, Yugo on Wellington Street has made a name for itself by rustling up Asian cooking with a heart-warming Celtic side. Beef and prawn broth, hearty tofu curry and Szechuan style lamb shoulder are just a few of the signature mains that might catch your attention, while the chocolate and sesame pudding makes a tempting dessert. Lucky for you, Quandoo is here to introduce you to Belfast's best Asian fusion restaurants.
If you've got a particular hankering for Thai cooking, there are several Asian restaurants in Belfast that are well worth checking out. Establishments such as Thai Licious on Botanic Road offer a wide selection of popular recipes in a smart modern setting. Expect toothsome spring rolls, spicy fish cakes and nourishing bowls of pad Thai, alongside specials such as nutty phanaeng curry and gaeng karee (a mild, creamy yellow curry made with coconut). Browse our list of Asian restaurants in Belfast to land yourself a table right now.