Restaurants in Northern Ireland
Belfast offers visitors an impressive range of restaurants with both local cuisine and international options to suit all tastes and budgets. Belfast has become a real foodie destination, with chefs reviving traditional local dishes. Gastronomic experiences range from an authentic paella on the beach to rustic roasts in farmhouse restaurants.
Welcome to Tedfords Restaurant. Built around 1843 this charming building, with its rich Maritime history, still holds a link to the sea. Tedfords, once a hub of the sea trade and ship chandler business, is again a bustling business overlooking the river Lagan.
SAPHYRE restaurant in Northern Ireland is a fabulous hidden gem set within a converted Grade B listed Church. The Belfast restaurant on the Lisburn Road is personally designed by Kris Turnbull, bright & cheerful during the day and at night seductively lit by candle lights, offering a warm welcoming, moody atmosphere.
Situated on the top floor, GRILL at The Four Winds offers a panoramic of Belfast City and beyond. The GRILL is quickly establishing itself as a restaurant that serves a wide range of dishes made with care from top quality, locally sourced ingredients, all of which are enjoyed while overlooking the visually stunning skyline of the greater Belfast area.
The Great Room Restaurant is undoubtedly one of Northern Ireland’s most extraordinary restaurants. Thanks to the remarkable original Victorian interior with its glass cupola, Ireland’s largest chandelier an array of plasterwork detailing, the space is second to none. Needless to say our chefs search tirelessly to bring the finest seasonal ingredients together in eloquent dishes in thoughtfully prepared menus, just one of the reasons The Great Room Restaurant was awarded 2 AA Rosettes. All this is complemented by expert service and a wine list to which all the superlatives apply!