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Top Belfast restaurants - your favourite Belfast restaurants

  • The capital of Northern Ireland is a city which gets more and more popular each and every year with backpackers travelling throughout Europe. So to help you pick places to eat, we asked the people who 'like' our facebook page what were their favourite restaurants. Facebook page. Here’s what they told us...

  • The Ivanhoe Inn & Hotel

    556 Saintfield Road

    Recommended by Laura Kane

    Hostelworld.com says:

    While its located six miles from Belfast city centre, the Ivanhoe is a hotel first and foremost. But they also have a restaurant called 'Bracken' which is ver popular with locals and those on their way to Downpatrick or Newcastle.

  • Cafe Vaudeville

    25-39 Arthur Street

    Recommended by Hervé Thomas

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Located on Arthur Street, this cafe is an ornate, luxurious premises that was actually a bank in a previous life. Today you can sit down to enjoy meals that aren't overly expensive. Has free WiFi also.

  • Lavery's

    12-16 Bradbury Place

    Recommended by Lyssa Marcil and Stevey Houston

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Lavery's is best known for its nightlife than food, but Belfast's oldest family-run pub does grub also. As you'd expect from a pub, it's pub grub on the menu.

  • Villa Italia

    37-41 University Road

    Recommended by Stevey Houston

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Located in an old Georgian building, this Italian restaurant is one of the most popular in Belfst. They go that bit extra with its varied selection of wines and Italian speaking waiter.

  • The capital of Northern Ireland is a city which gets more and more popular each and every year with backpackers travelling throughout Europe. So to help you pick places to eat, we asked the people who 'like' our facebook page what were their favourite restaurants. Facebook page. Here’s what they told us...

  • The Ivanhoe Inn & Hotel

    556 Saintfield Road

    Recommended by Laura Kane

    Hostelworld.com says:

    While its located six miles from Belfast city centre, the Ivanhoe is a hotel first and foremost. But they also have a restaurant called 'Bracken' which is ver popular with locals and those on their way to Downpatrick or Newcastle.

  • Cafe Vaudeville

    25-39 Arthur Street

    Recommended by Hervé Thomas

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Located on Arthur Street, this cafe is an ornate, luxurious premises that was actually a bank in a previous life. Today you can sit down to enjoy meals that aren't overly expensive. Has free WiFi also.

  • Lavery's

    12-16 Bradbury Place

    Recommended by Lyssa Marcil and Stevey Houston

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Lavery's is best known for its nightlife than food, but Belfast's oldest family-run pub does grub also. As you'd expect from a pub, it's pub grub on the menu.

  • Villa Italia

    37-41 University Road

    Recommended by Stevey Houston

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Located in an old Georgian building, this Italian restaurant is one of the most popular in Belfst. They go that bit extra with its varied selection of wines and Italian speaking waiter.


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