Northern Ireland Restaurants

Belfast has experienced an influx of au courant and internationally influenced restaurants, bistros, wine bars, and—as in Dublin—European-style café-bars where you can get good food most of the day and linger over a drink. Local produce and seasonal creativity are the order of the day with top-quality fresh local meat and experi
Belfast has experienced an influx of au courant and internationally influenced restaurants, bistros, wine bars, and—as in Dublin—European-style café-bars where you can get good food most of the day and linger over a drink. Local produce and seasonal creativity are the o
Belfast has experienced an influx of au courant and internationally influenced restaurants, bistros, wine bars, and—as i

Belfast has experienced an influx of au courant and internationally influenced restaurants, bistros, wine bars, and—as in Dublin—European-style café-bars where you can get good food most of the day and linger over a drink. Local produce and seasonal creativity are the order of the day with top-quality fresh local meat and experimental chefs constantly trying out new ideas. Traditional dishes, of course, still dominate some menus and include Guinness-and-beef pie; steak, chicken and pork; champ (creamy, buttery mashed potatoes with scallions); oysters from Strangford Lough; Ardglass herring; mussels from Dundrum; and smoked salmon from Glenarm. By the standards of the United States, or even the rest of the United Kingdom, restaurant prices can be surprisingly moderate. A service charge of 10% may be added to the bill; it's customary to pay this, unless the service was bad.

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  • 1. Thompson's Restaurant

    $ | Central District | Irish

    On the banks of the River Foyle, this airy and cool main restaurant of the City Hotel takes its name from the old Thompson's Mill that once...Read More

  • 2. Neill's Hill Cafe & Brasserie

    $ | East Belfast | European

    Named after a long-forgotten railway station in East Belfast, this casual brasserie has established itself as a calming spot in buzzy Ballyhackamore...Read More

  • 3. The Exchange Restaurant and Wine Bar

    $$ | Central District | Irish

    Tucked in along Queen's Quay, this place can be extremely busy on weekend evenings. Unfortunately, reservations are not taken, so be prepared...Read More

  • 4. The Northern Whig

    $ | Central District | European

    Housed in an elegant former newspaper building in Belfast's historic Cathedral Quarter, the Northern Whig is spacious and stylish. Three 30...Read More

  • 5. Nick's Warehouse

    $$ | Cathedral Quarter | European

    Ever since 1989, the energetic Nick Price has presided over a cozy wine bar and buzz-filled restaurant on a narrow cobbled street in Cathedral...Read More

  • 6. Drennans Restaurant

    $$ | University Area | Irish

    A magnificently restored stained-glass window featuring St. Cecilia (the patron saint of musicians) playing her pipes and looking down on diners...Read More

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