French Restaurant in Belfast

 Uncover a world of fine French restaurants in Belfast. Belfast is the exciting capital of Northern Ireland and the original home of the Titanic. You can learn about the great ship's tragic history at the renovated dockyards and the aluminium-clad Titanic Belfast Museum and experience friendly locals, a creative spirit and plenty of culture and entertainment all across the city. The dining scene is colourful and sophisticated, with everything from affordable street food through to Michelin-starred and Good Food Guide eateries. If you love European food, then you must take time to dine at one of the excellent French restaurants in Belfast and enjoy a real meal to remember.

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    Discover the food of love at the French restaurants in Belfast

    French cuisine is often thought of as being snobby or fancy, but in reality, it's based on simple ingredients, exacting cooking techniques and the art of ingredient layering to create complex, mouth-watering dishes. The dishes take a single focus ingredient and make it central to the dining experience, with each region providing its particular spin. Take chicken, for example. In Burgundy, you might enjoy it as coq au vin, but in the Basque region, you'd probably eat it stewed with earthy spices and root vegetables. When you dine at the French restaurants in Belfast, expect to taste an array of flavours and a sensuous, satisfying cuisine which pairs perfectly with a glass of red and relaxed conversation.
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    Experience a meal to remember at Belfast's French restaurants

    When you dine at one of the French restaurants in Belfast, your senses will be engaged from the minute you walk through the door. The interiors are chic and intimate, with private booths and cosy window seats with views of the bustling city. Some venues even have outdoor terraces and roof gardens. The service is attentive and you'll often be greeted by the sight of a well-stocked wine cellar! Expect to find plenty of daily specials, a wonderful array of accompanying drinks and tempting dessert menus that will encourage you to linger over a chocolate fondant with a reviving espresso or dessert wine.
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    Book ahead for Belfast's busy French restaurants

    La Bastille in the city centre is one of the French restaurants in Belfast worth visiting. It's a stylish little brasserie with an intimate feel and a delectable menu packed with traditional classics. Start with moules in garlic and cream sauce or try frogs' legs if you feel adventurous. The bœuf bourguignon is rich and satisfying and the steaks are served to perfection with sauces of your choice and a range of sides. Leave a little room for a little creme brulee to finish, however, and be sure to book ahead if you want to guarantee your table at this popular little spot.