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Currently our two favourites are… firstly for a romantic evening meal

Nick’s Warehouse.

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35 Hill Street Belfast

Situated in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter

A modern restaurant set amidst the old cobbled streets of Belfast.The name comes from its owner and the fact that it occupies an old reconverted Irish whiskey warehouse. Perfect dining spot for the romantic couple.Fresh local produce, fine wines and a lively mix of tourists, couples and smart business professionals( plus people like ourselves!).Very busy on weekends, so prior booking,even in this credit crunch climate is advisable.

Website address : www.nickswarehouse.co.uk

And for our second choice the ideal spot for families and groups…

Legends Pizzeria

Situated on Belfast’s Lisburn Road provides great italian style food, pizzas pasta dishes and more, amidst a Hollywood themed decor..It also serves a great mix of cocktails, soft drinks and lovely desserts. Highly recommended for casual family dining and if you are travelling with a young crowd, also popular with students who live (and study!) nearby.

Contact Details

Legends American/ Italian Restaurant, 133 Lisburn Road tel: 00 44 28 90661652

Website: http://legendsrestaurant.co.uk

These are just two of Belfast’s numerous and ever growing number of restaurants.

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More about Belfast Restaurants:

There are some great restaurants in Belfast. No matter what your tastes there will almost certainly be something suitable. New places are opening all the time, and quite a few of them have won awards for their culinary excellence. Here are just a few of the great Belfast
restaurants that are worth a visit.

Nick’s Warehouse, Hill Street

Nick’s Warehouse is situated on a beautiful cobbled street and was once used by Bushmill’s to store their Whiskey. It opened in 1989 as a restaurant and soon won a regularly clientèle of food lovers. The atmosphere in Nick’s Warehouse is not to be missed and the meals are  excellent with new specials every day. Nick’s Warehouse is regularly mentioned in all the best food guides of Belfast.

Green Door, Malone Lodge Hotel, Eglantine Avenue

The Green Door is located in a beautiful part of city. The style of the restaurant hasn’t changed much over the years and this is part of its charm. The staff members at the restaurant are very welcoming here and there is a nice ambience to the place. The food is tasty with
continental as well as contemporary offerings. The Sunday Carvery is particularly good here.

Cutters Wharf, Lockview road

The Cutters Wharf is situated right beside the River Lagan. It is particularly suited for outdoor dining on warm sunning evenings when you can more fully appreciate the great location. The decor here is very impressive and it is a relaxing place to meet up with friends.

There is an impressive wine list available and plenty of choices on the menu; everything from seafood to honey chilli chicken. Cutters Wharf is also a nice place to just relax with a drink in your hand; especially if the weather is fine.

Mourne Seafood Bar, Bank Street

If you enjoy seafood then this is one of the best Belfast restaurants for this type of meal. It is easy to walk passed this restaurant because it is not an imposing building; it is only when
you get inside that you can appreciate its charms. As well as being a restaurant this is also a fishmongers; this only adds to the charm of the place. The real reason why people come to Mourne Seafood bar is the food and if this is your priority then you won’t be disappointed. This is still one of Belfast’s best kept secrets but it can get busy at the weekends.

Molly’s Yard, College Green Mews

If you fancy some traditional Irish cuisine then the place to head for will be Molly’s yard. This restaurant is housed in a beautiful Victorian building not far from the university quarter.
This is a laid back place when you will see students and professors mixing with tourists from all over the world. The food is modern Irish but the ambience is of a different time. If you are
looking for a relaxing meal then this is one of the best Belfast restaurants for this. It is also much praised for its own Irish stouts and other beverages.

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