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Belfast Bar & Grill
Choose from our finest local and international cuisine in our gracious atmosphere.

Cuisine: International, Traditional
Location: Ramada Belfast Hotel, Shawsbridge, Belfast, BT8 7XP [Map]

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Filini Restaurant
Located inside the handsome Radisson Blu hotel at the Gasworks in Belfast, Filini, a stylish Sardinian restaurant, is a chic choice for dates, working lunches and intimate dinner parties. The brasserie-style dining room at Filini overlooks spectacular fountains and boasts crisp white linens, plush leaf-green leather banquettes, private booths and coffee coloured walls, giving the restaurant a discreet and serene ambience. Popular items from the Sardinian menu include the risotto with mussels, crabmeat, calamari and prawns; the chargrilled tuna steak with vincotto, cherry tomatoes and rocket salad; and the linguine sugo alla zingara – a gypsy sauce with grilled vegetables, tomatoes, olives and oregano. Filini also has a wonderful Italian wine list and a bar for pre/post dinner drinks.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: Radisson Blu Hotel, 3 Cromac Place, The Gasworks, Belfast, BT7 2JB [Map]

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La Boca
Named after the bohemian dockside district in Buenos Aires, La Boca is an arty Argentine restaurant in Belfast that is a chic choice for fun nights out. Located on Fountain Street, La Boca occupies a cavernous, warehouse-like space that is flooded with natural light and decorated with cream banquettes, solid beech wood furniture and splashes of bright primary colours. The walls are dotted with rotating exhibitions by local artists, and the menu itself is filled with Argentine classics from steaks and empanadas to Quilmes beer and an all South American wine list. Ideal for meetings, dates, dinner parties and birthdays, La Boca is a stylish restaurant that is loved by both locals and visitors from out of town alike.

Cuisine: Latin American
Location: 6 Fountain Street, Belfast, BT1 5ED [Map]

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Malmaison Brasserie
Set in an imposing historic building on Belfast’s central Victoria Street, Malmaison is an ultra contemporary, ultra chic, urban retreat. The team behind Malmaison know that hotels aren’t just a place for sleeping, which is why a lot of thought and bags of style have gone in to the resident Brasserie, a hot spot in its own right. With its modernist feel the dining room has hints of 30s deco in its attractive black and red interior. Curved booths and luxurious upholstery are joined by sleek wood and low lighting while service is friendly yet unobtrusive. Two menus – one the simple brasserie menu, the other home grown and local – celebrate the best of Ireland’s ingredients while offering food which appeals to all palates.

Cuisine: European
Location: 34-38 Victoria Street, Belfast, BT1 3GH [Map]

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Menu by Kevin Thornton
Belfast’s most highly acclaimed restaurant, Menu by Kevin Thornton, is situated in its most talked about hotel, The Fitzwilliam. Unusually appointed with communal tables and seating in the shape of scarlet long backed chairs straight from an alien spacecraft, marble fused with blond wood and mirrors, the Menu by Kevin Thornton dining room is well worth visiting all of itself. However, diners are rewarded for their visit with refreshingly affordable food of the highest quality from Michelin starred Thornton himself. Elegant but modern, simple but sumptuous, dishes at Menu by Kevin Thornton are made with fresh, fine ingredients and inspiration from around the globe.

Cuisine: Modern European
Location: The Fitz William Hotel, 1 - 3 Great Victoria Street, Belfast, BT2 7BQ [Map]

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No. 27
No 27 Talbot Street in Belfast is a contemporary brasserie-style restaurant serving innovative modern Irish cuisine. The dining room – with steel grey carpet, black leather chairs and colourful artworks – is busy with a fashionable, professional crowd and is a popular place for dates and intimate celebrations. Joint Head Chefs Alan Higginson and Jason Moore both have stellar credentials, and together they have created a bold and unpretentious menu. Favourites dishes at No 27 include the honey roast ham shank with mash, savoy cabbage, bell peppers and tarragon jus; the rib eye steak with chips, blue cheese, walnuts and port jus; and the delicious date and sultana sponge pudding with butterscotch sauce and vanilla ice cream.

Cuisine: Irish
Location: 27 Talbot Street, Belfast, BT1 2LD [Map]

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Sakura
Nestled in Belfast's bustling Botanic Avenue, Sakura Sushi restaurant brings a taste of Tokyo to the city streets of Northern Ireland. Named after Japan's national flower – the cherry blossom – this sweet and shiny sushi restaurant is split over two floors and filled with glazed walnut furniture, a feature floral wall, bright and bubbly background music and cute Japanese lanterns. On the ground floor you can sit at the sushi train and choose from a superb selection of fresh sushi and sashimi or meals such as the salt and chilli sea bass or the roasted pork with curry udon noodles, while upstairs offers a variety of flexible spaces with plush carpets and sliding doors that are perfect for private parties.

Cuisine: Japanese
Location: 82 Botanic Avenue, Belfast, BT7 1JR [Map]

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Sonoma Restaurant
Contemporary restaurant overlooking the river. City centre location.

Cuisine: International
Location: Hilton Hotel, 4 Lanyon Place, Belfast, BT1 3LP [Map]

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The Ivory Restaurant and Bar
A touch of affordable luxury in the centre of Belfast, The Ivory Restaurant is the fashionable foodie’s dream destination. Situated on the third floor of House of Fraser (but with its own entrance on Chichester Street), looking down on to the city below, The Ivory Restaurant is sleekly appointed in beautiful cream and black leather with dark wood flooring throughout and with potted topiary and orchids dotted throughout. Award winning chefs oversee The Ivory Restaurant’s menu with its elegant dishes and locally sourced produce. With a mix of both traditional and modern food, The Ivory offers a meal to suit all tastes and occasions, its fabulous food a perfect partner to its superlative location.

Cuisine: Modern European
Location: 3rd Floor, Victoria Square Shopping Centre, Belfast, BT1 4QG [Map]

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