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Belfast Interesting : Michelin's recommendations

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The capital of Northern Ireland, a vast shipping and industrial metropolis, is booming as a result of the dual effect of a long-awaited lasting peace settlement and a period of significant economic growth. The city has been revitalised and will surprise those who come here with traditional preconceptions; the most visible sign of all this is the revival of its old city centre.

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Tourist attractions Belfast : Things to see and do

  • Crown Liquor Saloon Recommended Recommended

    Great Victoria Street GB - Belfast BT27

    The Victorian interior is richly decorated with tinted glass and tiles in lively colours which are reflected in the arcaded mirrors behind the long curved marble bar. Inspired by his journeys to Spain and Italy Patrick Flanagan built this cafe like a..

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  • Ulster Museum Recommended Recommended

    Botanic Avenue GB - Belfast

    This museum's varied collections provide a remarkable perspective on the history of Ulster and its capital. Its Art Gallery includes works by Turner, Gainsborough, Bacon and Henry Moore. In addition to its decorative arts exhibits, there are some fin..

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  • Belfast Zoological Gardens Recommended Recommended

    Antrim Road GB - Belfast BT36 7PN

    Opened in 1934, Belfast Zoo has built an enviable reputation since its first enclosures, surrounded by ditches, were established on a green site called Hazelwood. Big cats, deer and kangaroos roam in expansive verdant spaces. Penguins, sealions and p..

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Hotels Belfast

  • Jurys Inn Belfast

    Fisherwick Place, Great Victoria Street GB - Belfast BT2 7AP

    This Jurys Inn is located next to Belfast’s City Hall and Opera House. It boasts spacious rooms with flat-screen TVs, a 24-hour reception and a restaurant serving modern cuisine. Wi-Fi is available throughout the entire hotel. The stylish bedrooms a..

  • The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast

    Great Victoria Street GB - Belfast BT2 7BQ

    On Great Victoria Street, beside the Grand Opera House, the luxury Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast offers boutique bedrooms with free Wi-Fi. There is a chic restaurant and modern cocktail bar. The sumptuous rooms have crisp Egyptian linens, and the elega..

  • Premier Inn Belfast City Centre (Cathedral Quarter) Three stars Three stars Three stars

    Waring Street GB - Belfast BT1 2DX

    Prix Prices from : 60 £

    Premier Inn Belfast City Centre (Cathedral Quarter) is situated in the heart of the city centre. Castle Court Shopping Centre is just a 5-minute walk from the hotel and The Grand Opera House is just 1km away. A private bathroom and air conditioning ..

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Leisure activities Belfast

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Restaurants Belfast

  • Fitzwilliam Comfortable restaurant 

    Great Victoria St GB - Belfast BT2 7BQ

    Bright, three-roomed restaurant on the first floor of a stylish hotel. If you're in a group choose one of the large communal tables; if you're a couple, opt for one of the intimate booths. Concise menus feature modern Irish dishes.

  • Coppi Quite comfortable restaurant 

    St Annes Sq GB - Belfast BT1 2LD

    Set on the ground floor of a purpose built property in the Cathedral Quarter. It's big and buzzy, with rustic furnishings and leather booths, and staff are bright and friendly. The menu is Mediterranean with strong Italian influences and the homemade..

  • Mourne Seafood Bar Quite comfortable restaurant 

    34-36 Bank St GB - Belfast BT1 1HL

    Popular, split-level seafood restaurant with a small shop, a large rear bar and a cookery school. Blackboard menus offer a huge array of freshly prepared dishes; go for the specials or the Carlingford oysters accompanied by a pint of stout.

  • Meat Locker Comfortable restaurant 

    28-40 Howard St GB - Belfast BT1 6PF

    Sit on smart banquettes and look through the large window into the meat fridge, where cubes of pink Himalayan salt gradually dry age the beef. Try the Carlingford rock oysters, followed by a prime Irish cut, cooked on the Asador grill.

  • Home Quite comfortable restaurant 

    22 Wellington Pl GB - Belfast BT1 6GE

    A popular restaurant with a deli and café to the front - offering sandwiches and cakes - and a simple, rustic dining room to the rear. As its name suggests, cooking is straightforward, focusing on tasty, refined versions of dishes that are often prep..

  • Bar + Grill at James Street South Quite comfortable restaurant 

    21 James St South GB - Belfast BT2 7GA

    Vibrant modern bistro that's popular with one and all. It's a simple place with red brick walls, a high ceiling and warehouse-style windows. Menus are classic brasserie style. The grill dishes are a hit and the succulent steaks are cooked on the Josp..

  • Hadskis Quite comfortable restaurant 

    33 Donegall St GB - Belfast BT1 2NB

    This rustic conversion is in the up-and-coming Cathedral Quarter. The long, narrow room has an open kitchen, where you can watch the chefs use the latest market produce to prepare globally-influenced dishes and tasty small plates.

  • Love Fish Quite comfortable restaurant 

    28-40 Howard St GB - Belfast BT1 6PF

    If it comes from the sea, they'll serve it here! A glass ceiling makes it light and airy and the décor has a maritime feel. The à la carte offers three sizes of platter and everything from cod croquettes to lobster. Lunch is good value.

  • Deanes at Queens Quite comfortable restaurant 

    1 College Gdns GB - Belfast BT9 6BQ

    Bright, bustling brasserie with a pleasant terrace and a retro feel; large pictures of the owner and his suppliers hang on the walls. Cooking is simple and focuses on complementary flavour combinations - dishes have a classic brasserie base and moder..

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