Fodor's Expert Review Coppi
The small dishes known as cicchetti, beloved of Venetian bars and a counterpart to tapas, draw the crowds to Coppi, one of the new breed of restaurants springing up in the Cathedral Quarter. Named after a world-champion Italian racing cyclist, Angelo Fausto Coppi, it serves flavorful Mediterranean cuisine amid modern industrial decor. Entrées include dishes like risotto and mushroom puff, the Roman specialty pork saltimbocca, or the staple porcini mushroom ravioli with duck ragout. The tiramisu is deliciously light, and it's no surprise that Italian wines feature prominently. Eat at the counter on high chairs or at cozy booths with rustic wooden tables.
St. Anne's Sq.
Belfast, BT1 2LR, Northern Ireland