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Located on one of Belfast’s famous alley ways Hadskis offers a European inspired menu from 12pm weekday’s and 11am for brunch at the weekends.
Service is friendly and relaxed and the menus range from a daily changing lunch specials to our a la carte menu which includes many of Northern Irelands award winning produce. You will not want to leave this restaurant without trying the Bacon Chop or the T Bone steak.
The menu has a great selection of fresh fish and shellfish, alongside desserts which include a tart of the day and pie of the day.
Hadskis has a great selection of wines by the glass, as well as a selection of local beers and cocktails.
Hadskis run a selection of events during the week which included Wine Mondays, with themed 3 course menu matched to wines, alongside Gin and Craft beer tastings.
We can accommodate most food intolerances.
Open late every night.
Located in St. Anne's Square, Salt Bistro’s intimate dining space serves local provenance food in its chic yet casual surroundings. Dine al fresco under the grand facade and enjoy one of Belfast's finenst outdoor dining areas. Open for lunch and dinner Salt's menu is a contemporary take on the classic bistro with an emphasis on fresh seafood.More
We are a family run, independent business with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. We have a passion for local fresh produce and pride ourselves that all our suppliers are based in Northern Ireland.
Though our food and family are local, our hospitality experience and knowledge have been gathered from across Ireland, London, France and even Australia.
We are family friendly and dog-friendly. Our menu ranges from homely stews, hearty pies and fries to indulgent desserts, scones, and tray bakes. We also cater for various dietary requirements (including vegetarian, dairy-free and gluten-free). We have something for everyone! More
A restaurant should be all about the food, of course, but if you’ll indulge us for a moment – The Restaurant at the Fitzwilliam Belfast is a work of art and we think you should hear about that. It’s a very unusual room, elegant, of course. With bright contemporary colors, unusual furniture, booths, eclectic arrangements and intimate lighting. Ok on to the food. You’ll love it. Venison and trout and hake and halibut and duck and you get the idea. The menus are carefully thought-out, passionately created, lovingly prepared and proudly presented.More