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GO Fine Dining In Belfast

Fine Dining in Belfast If you’re looking for a place to eat a luxurious banquet or try some contemporary culinary delights, you’ll find plenty of venues to visit in Belfast.

Belfast’s particular food speciality is oysters and other such seafood and you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to picking a restaurant to eat in.

Those who would rather go for something contemporary should head to Belfast’s Golden Mile for the best in modern cuisine. The Golden Mile covers one mile incorporating Dublin Road, Shaftesbury Square and Great Victoria Street, and offers some of the best entertainment venues and dining experiences in the whole of the city.

Your first port of call should be the celebrity-chef run Cayenne [map] at Shaftesbury Avenue, where you’ll be able to taste a very modern take on Irish cooking. The contemporary décor prepares diners for a really modern experience and a menu that offers a plethora of local ingredients including wild game and seafood dishes. There’s also plenty to appeal to vegetarians and those in search of some eastern promise.

Michelin-starred chef Michael Deane is in charge at Deane’s Restaurant [map], Howard Street, which offers European fusion cuisine. Many of Belfast’s high-flyers choose to dine here and you might even spot a celebrity or two. Signature dishes include peppered venison with creamed artichoke, and crisped salmon with cous cous. The menu changes constantly so you never know quite what will be on offer next. And there’s an extensive wine and champagne list if you really want to push the boat out.

The trendy area around University Street is home to Opus One [map], but you're unlikely to find a poverty-stricken student in this up-market venue. Try the latest fashionable dish including unusual food such as ostrich, or simply kick back for a no fuss high quality meal. For those who want to dine in style but can’t quite afford the tab, there’s an early bird menu here between 5:00pm-7pm to cater for your needs.

Another painfully fashionable venue is the Ta Tu Bar and Grill [map], Lisburn Road, which upon first inspection looks like it’s part restaurant part scaffolding factory. Once you get used to the exposed industrial piping you’ll be able to relax and enjoy the ambient mood and laid back service, which is often complimented by live jazz and blues music. Serving a mixture of Thai and European cuisine you’re sure to find plenty here to suit your palette.

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