Best Places To Eat In Belfast Pt2


Best Places To Eat In Belfast Pt2

In terms of cuisine, Belfast has enough to offer. It took us hours to find all of Belfast's top eateries, from the massive Eipic to the magnificent Mourne Seafood Bar. We showed you in our last article some of the best places to eat in Belfast, but we had too many only to show you some! Read below to see what we have available. If you're staying in one of our serviced apartments in Belfast, be sure to check out these places.

John Long's Fish & Chips

Best for cheap eats, casual dining, child-friendly

While John Long's has been in business since 1914, the Ulster Hall and Linenhall Library are both Belfast institutions. The restaurant's Formica booths, which are now a protected species, are in high demand every lunchtime, but you won't have any trouble if you get there before 12.30 pm. In the city, the traditional battered fish is one of the most popular dishes. Fresh fish is available for £4.50.

Balloo House

Best for cheap eats, casual dining, child-friendly

On the top floor, you'll find upscale dining, while beneath, you'll find pub grub and rural Ulster charm. They're both excellent owing to Danny Millar, who began his career as a teenager at the Michelin-starred Shanks restaurant in Bangor. Foraged and locally produced foods are Danny's obsessions. Upstairs, you'll find Saturday night deals. Mains start at £13.50, while kids' mains at £5.

The Muddlers Club

Best for Special occasions

Since it debuted in 2015, this small restaurant on a street in the city centre that no one knew existed has generated a stir. But it's the way head chef Gareth McCaughey prepares the meals that make it stand out. Prices for main courses start at £9.50.

Mourne Seafood Bar

Best for casual dining

Belfast has long needed a restaurant like this, but no one has endeavoured to open it. Even though we live on an island, our connection with the water is fraught with distrust and apprehension. Andy Rea, a former Paul Rankin wingman, disagreed and established the Mourne Seafood Bar in 2008 to rave reviews. Foreign vacations and tourists have taught the excellent langoustines and other delicacies on our coastlines to the locals. Oysters start at £10 for six, while main meals start at £12.50.

Established Coffee

Best for casual dining, cheap eats

This location elevates simplicity to a new level. But don't be put off by the hyper-functionality; the coffee is perhaps the best in Belfast, and the meals, traybakes, and healthy lunches are all delicious and reasonably priced. The location is ideal for people seeking the new generation's call signs and hip routines while wandering around Belfast's Cathedral Quarter. The main courses cost about £6.50.

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