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Belfast Best Restaurants

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Top Restaurants in Belfast

Restaurants Belfast – What’s a vacation without excellent food, delicious cocktails or fine wine in a good restaurant? Such evenings create memories. WorldTop7 offers a selection of the best restaurants in Belfast. And because we know how different tastes are we cover all of the different restaurant styles!

Whether a sushi restaurant in Belfast, an American steakhouse, an Italian restaurant, a Thai eatery or exotic Cajun cuisine – the lovers of culinary delights come fully at their expense and find lots of insider tips. Our restaurant tips in Belfast are by locals (which should know where it tastes best!), celebrities, globetrotter and business people. And if you’ve eaten in one of these restaurants in Belfast where cuisine, service and atmosphere was unbeatable and you want to tell everybody – that’s what WorldTop7 stands for! Restaurants in Belfast with the x-factor!

The demands in terms of restaurant style are naturally very varied and WorldTop7 is happy to assist. Whether it is a small, cozy bistro in Belfast with delicious and authentic food for surprisingly little money or a completely styled Michelin-star restaurant in Belfast where movie stars and models have diner – here you find everything from inexpensive to expensive, from grunge to classy, from traditional to macro kitchen!

But not only for your vacation, also for your business lunch or business dinner in Belfast you can find exactly the right place to eat. Thus, business become pleasure in no time!

Apartment

Style: A Sleek Spot for a Trendy Crowd

apartmentA popular chic venue and epitome of cool urban lifestyle, Apartment is simply the best place to recharge after a tiring shopping spree, to indulge in a wide and excellent selection of mouth-smacking menu, and to get laid back in the grooves at night while sipping fabulous cocktails. Aside from that, a nice view of the Belfast City Hall and Donegal Square is also something to boost.

For a heavy meal, their local version of sirloin steak paired with slow roast tomato & garlic-field mushroom and bushmills sauce is a must-try. Of course, pasta and salad varieties will always be part of the bar’s menu.

Visit Apartment from Mondays until Saturdays, 11:30am  to 1am and Sundays until 12am.

 

Address: 2 Donegall Square West, Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Area: Belfast City Centre
Phone: +4428 9050 9777
Website: http://www.apartmentbelfast.com/

Price: £5 – £16 main course

Bengal Brasserie

Style: Authentic Indian Restaurant

Bengal BrasserieAwarded the “Best Indian Restaurant in Belfast”, Bengal Brasserie has been in the business for 18 years and is still continuing to grow a number of loyal followers. Bengal’s secret for such success can be attributed to their high-class cuisine and fast, friendly service undoubtedly.

Bengal Brasserie’s menu is a selection of sylheti dishes with meat and vegetable options. They serve a tandoori dish called tandoori king prawns (marinated in all-natural yoghurt, sylheti herbs and spices), vegetarian curry dish masala, and other lamb and chicken curry dishes.

Taste a bit of Indian culture from Noon to 2 pm and from 5:30pm ‘til 11pm every day of the week.

Address: 322 Lisburn Road, Belfast, BT9 6GH, United Kingdom
Area: Balmoral Belfast
Phone: +44 28 90682999
Website: http://www.bengalbrasserie.co/
Price: £6 – £11 for main course, set meal starts at £15.95

Deanes

Style: British and Irish Fusion Cuisine

DeanesStarting off as a brilliant restaurant in a former railway station, the (now) two-storey street-level brasserie and dining venue has finally made its way to the centre of the city.

Though relocated, the quality and service on the other hand hasn’t changed. Eight years and Deanes’ standards haven’t dropped a bit – tasty pan-fried hake, comforting pot roast chicken with chorizo, and the succulent charcoal-grilled aged Irish beef.

Deanes’ focus on simple yet tasty and affordable comfort dishes has made them a true hit among every crowd.

Deanes Restaurant is open Monday to Saturday during these times: Noon to 2:45pm (lunch) and 5pm to 10:45pm (dinner).

 

Address: 34-40 Howard Street, Belfast BT1 6PD, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Area: Belfast City Centre
Phone: +4428 90 331134
Website: http://www.michaeldeane.co.uk/

Price: £15 – £20 set lunch; £35 – £42 set dinner

James Street South

Style: Traditional French Fine Dining

James Street SouthWalking distance from shopping malls, theatres, and hotels is a French restaurant named James Street South. Opened in 2003, owners Niall and Joanne make sure that every dining experience is always something to look forward to. With creative menus which change seasonally, diners will always get to have a taste of classical French cooking in a relaxed and comfortable environment.

Devour from these succulent menu selections like venison with vegetables, aubergine and onion galette with parmesan, and chocolate-caramel tarte with espresso ice cream. Choose from over 100 bins wine selection to be served in glass, carafe or bottle.

Open Monday to Saturday from Noon to 11pm, James Street South offers exceptional service and food quality that’s great value for money.

Address: 21 James Street South, BT2 7GA, Belfast, United Kingdom
Area: Belfast City Centre
Phone: +4428 9043 4310
Website: http://www.jamesstreetsouth.co.uk/
Price: £15 – £17 set lunch; £17 – £40 set dinner

Mourne Seafood Bar

Style: Fresh Seafood Dishes at Reasonable Prices

Mourne Seafood BarSpecializing in affordable seafood cuisine, Mourne Seafood Bar buys directly from Annalong and Kilkeel local ports daily for guaranteed freshness of ingredients.

Among their seafood classics are oysters Rockefeller (baked oysters with cream, garlic, spinach, topped with bacon and herb crumble), Mourne Mussels (steamed mussels with Korma Sauce), and Mourne Casserole (mixed seafood with fresh tomato sauce , thyme,  garlic,  potatoes, fennel, and grilled focaccia).

And if this is not mouth-watering enough, order a choice of fresh whole fish (served with crunchy fennel salad and herb roast potatoes).

Mourne Seafood opens everyday, Monday ‘til Saturday at Noon and Sundays at 1pm. The bar closes between 6pm until 10:30pm. No reservations for lunch.

Address: 34- 36 Bank Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Area: Belfast City Centre
Phone: +4428 9024 8544
Website: http://mourneseafood.com/belfast/

Price: £8 – £19 main course