About Eating Out at Belfast Restaurants

(Belfast, Northern Ireland)

Belfast is a lively city and has long been known for its profusion of restaurants and eateries, accommodating all tastes and budgets. Restaurants in Belfast vary greatly both in price and in the type of cuisine on offer, with a noticeable international influence appearing on many of the city's menus.

Eating Out: Places to Eat in Belfast

Lunchtime snacks are plentiful in central Belfast, with cafés, coffee shops and snack bars often featuring tables along the pavements, where you can relax and watch the world go by. Sandwich shops and bakeries are also popular with those simply looking for a quick snack or picnic food in the city. Many of main places to eat in Belfast are grouped in the city centre, although further restaurants can be found in the city's lively Queen's University area and around Donegall Quay.

Also worth noting, the region around the St. Anne's is becoming a particularly vibrant and happening area of Belfast, with a range of restaurants, evening entertainment and clubs on offer.

Popular Restaurants and Eateries

Howard Street
Address: 56 Howard Street, Belfast, BT1 6PG, Northern Ireland
Tel: +44 (0)28 9024 8362
Website: http://www.howardstbelfast.com

Pizza Jazz
Address: 12 Great Victoria Street, Belfast, BT2 7BA, Northern Ireland
Tel: +64 (0)28 9508 5535
Website: http://pizzajazz.co.uk

Address: 216 Falls Road, Belfast, BT12 6AH, Northern Ireland
Tel: +64 (0)28 9096 4184
Website: http://www.biabelfast.com

Address: 396 Woodstock Road, Belfast, BT6 9DQ, Northern Ireland
Tel: +64 (0)28 9045 4800
Website: http://shimlabelfast.weebly.com

The Ginger Bistro
Address: 7-8 Hope Street, Belfast, BT12 5EE, Northern Ireland
Tel: +64 (0)28 9024 4421
Website: http://www.gingerbistro.com

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