We’ve teamed up with Bookatable to look at some of our most recommended restaurants in Belfast and some of our favourites. In recent years Belfast had moved to become one of the top foodie locations in all of the UK. This isn’t just our opinion we’ve heard lots of people sharing the same view. With the likes of some of the worlds top chefs such as Jean Christophe Novelli and Marco Pierre White choosing to locate their restaurants in Belfast that is surely a sign of changing times. Bookatable makes it incredibly easy to not only book a table in these restaurants but also seek out what deals or offers are on at the moment which you would otherwise be unaware of! Which is great! If you’re not in Belfast and want to see what Bookatable can help you with in your own area you can simply use their Restaurants Near Me search! Handy!!
Quickly becoming one of Belfast’s most iconic and best known restaurants in Belfast and one of our Michelin starred restaurants is OX located on Oxford Street in Belfast city centre. Known for its innovative menus using only the finest in season ingredients it never disappoints. With a menu which changes seasonally locals watch for what the chefs will release on the next menu refresh. Whether you’re a local or a visitor passing through OX should be at the top of your list of restaurants to visit. Our favourite on the menu at the moment? Flat Iron, carrot, ox tongue, chard, sesame. Is your moth watering yet?
Chez Mal as the name might give away is located inside the Malmaison Belfast. Which in itself is located in one of the most historical and picturesque buildings of the city. The chefs at Chez Mal are committed to using only the finest produce in the region. Recreating some of the favourites everyone expects to find on the menu. Dine in luxurious surroundings and then move into the cocktail bar for a leisurely evening out on the town. Our favourite on the menu at the moment is the Cumbrian Chicken Kiev served with pea, mint & gem salad, black aioli & charred lemon. Gorgeous!
If you’re looking for somewhere a little more casual look no further than Zizzi. Zizzi since it opened in Belfast has been a firm favourite of mine. It’s open plan pizza kitchen adds to an interactive cooking experience where you can see your food being prepared and cooked. The menu has something for everyone so suits group lunches or dinner where it might otherwise be difficult to satisfy everyone. Whether it is pasta, pizza or meatballs they’ve got it all. Located inside the Victoria Square shopping complex it is conveniently located to pop in for a quick lunch in-between some retail therapy.
Looking for quite literally every cuisine under one roof? Look no further than Cosmo Belfast. The city’s favourite all you can eat buffet restaurant. Incredibly popular with groups or families. Also located inside the Victoria Square shopping complex it is very central to all the shops. There is even a live cooking station where you can get the likes of seafood or steak cooked to your specific order while you wait. Browse the many dishes on offer from the global cuisine. Described at world cuisine at affordable prices it is impossible not to find something you’ll like here!