Belfast

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OX
9
$$$
European
5 reviews
Contemporary, seasonal, well-balanced flavors form the small but sumptuous menus at this Michelin-starred restaurant — Frommer's
The Crown Liquor Saloon
8
$$
Golden Mile
4 reviews
The Victorian Crown Liquor Saloon is a former railway station restaurant with incredible interior decor that calls to mind a Hindu temple, Gothic cathedral and Postman Cheval's Ideal Palace. — Michelin Guide
Mourne Seafood Bar
8
$$
European
City Centre
6 reviews
— Condé Nast Traveler
Ginger Bistro
8
$$
European
Golden Mile
4 reviews
Modern Irish classics with an international twist attract the foodie crowd to this cheerful bistro just off Great Victoria Street. — Fodor's
James St
8
$$$
European
City Centre
5 reviews
Smart side-street restaurant with a Victorian façade, a bright dining room and a semi-open kitchen. — Michelin Guide
Deanes Love Fish
8
$$
European
3 reviews
Here you’ll find plates such as salt cod croquettes, tempura oysters, or crispy monkfish filet served with hot and sour peppers. — Frommer's
Deanes at Queens
8
$$
European
Queen's Quarter
4 reviews
This bustling brasserie is part of Queen's University and is just a short walk from the city centre — Michelin Guide
Deanes Deli Bistro
8
$$
Seafood
4 reviews
You'll rarely find an empty seat at this all-day affair. Try the old-fashioned beer-battered fish-and-chips or one of the ever-changing daily specials. — Fodor's
The Barking Dog Restaurant Belfast
7
$$
European
2 reviews
Chunky hardwood, bare brick, candlelight and quirky design create the atmosphere of a stylishly restored farmhouse. — Lonely Planet
The Great Room Restaurant Merchant Hotel
7
$$$
European
2 reviews
Inside the lavish Merchant Hotel, beneath the grand dome of this former bank's great hall and Ireland's biggest chandelier, find the perfect setting for a memorable dinner of adventurous European fare. — Fodor's
The Meat Locker
7
$$$
European
Golden Mile
2 reviews
— Fodor's
The John Hewitt
7
$$
European
City Centre
2 reviews
Named for the Belfast poet and socialist, this is a modern pub with a traditional atmosphere and a well-earned reputation for excellent food. — Lonely Planet
Fontana
7
$$
European
2 reviews
A favourite with the locals is this smart, modern, first floor restaurant; accessed down a narrow town centre passageway and decorated with contemporary art — Michelin Guide
Neills Hill Brasserie
7
$$
European
2 reviews
Named after a long-forgotten railway station in East Belfast, this casual brasserie has established itself as a calming spot in buzzy Ballyhackamore, where lunchtimes can get crowded. — Fodor's
Shu Restaurant
7
$$$
European
Lisburn Road
2 reviews
Shu is the granddaddy of Belfast chic, and still winning plaudits for its French-influenced food: roast halibut and black rice. — Lonely Planet
Red Panda
7
$$
Asian
City Centre
2 reviews
Seafood dishes, such as monkfish in Mongolian sauce or stir-fried king prawns with cashew nuts are especially popular. — Fodor's
Il Pirata
7
$$
Mediterranean
City Centre
2 reviews
Rustic restaurant with scrubbed wooden floors and an open kitchen — Michelin Guide
The Muddlers Club
7
$$
European
3 reviews
Industrial-style deco, friendly service and rustic dishes that allow fresh local ingredients to shine are a winning combination at one of Belfast's best restaurants — Lonely Planet
Noble.
7
$$
European
2 reviews
Nestled above a health food shop is this compact little restaurant, where the service is warm and genuine and the room has a happy buzz — Michelin Guide
YuGo
7
$$
Japanese
2 reviews
Exposed brick walls, sleek industrial furniture and bamboo lanterns...the dumplings, bao buns and rice dishes are particularly good. Service is excellent. — Lonely Planet
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