Coco Belfast is one of the most stylish bar restaurants you’re likely to find in the heart of the city. Not just that, it’s located on the historic Linenhall Street, just a stone’s throw from Belfast City Hall. The focus here is on gourmet eating and there are menus fit for any occasion. Stop by for lunch, dinner, a lazy Sunday or a pre-theatre fill to enjoy classic flavours from right across Europe. From the dinner menu you’d be wise not to pass on the monkfish bourguignon with roasted shallots and chestnut mushrooms, while the roast venison with herb gnocchi, chard and artichoke puree is a treat. Locals love Coco – reserve a table and go and see what all the fuss is about.
If you’ve ever spent longer than two minutes in Belfast it’s likely you’ll have heard of Coco, the Linenhall Street restaurant and bar that’s perfect for just about every occasion. The decor of the place is best described as sexy-chic which makes for a very elegant place to sit and enjoy some quality food and drink. Speaking of, from whichever Coco Belfast menu you’re choosing from, exquisite European flavours are there to be had, with each and every dish being as beautiful to look at as to taste. Belfast city centre dining doesn’t get much better.
Allow us to assume you’re dining at Coco Belfast for dinner, as it’s the evening menu where the team in the kitchen really show off their skills. Start your meal, perhaps, with slow cooked duck egg or a hot & sour lobster soup, before moving onto a main of seared tuna with fregola pasta, mussels and gazpacho salsa, or chargrilled chicken breast paillard with courgette, aubergine, diced roast potatoes and smoked chilli butter. If it sounds like the food at Coco Belfast is the type of food you can’t get anywhere else else in Belfast city centre, that’s because it is. Reservations are essential.
Nice restaurant. Good food & artistic décor. I would recommend to anyone for a business, romantic or special occasion. Staff provided excellent customer service. No draft beer but excellent wine.