The Morning After in Belfast
|| After a night on the
tiles you’re sure to be in need of some revitalisation, and
whether you need a fry-up or a healthy juice alternative you’re
sure to find plenty of nourishment to get you back on your feet in
If you were partying hard the previous night a café with a
name like Mad Hatter [map]
is sure to perk you up a bit. This no-frills venue can be found at
Eglantine Avenue, and offers diners the opportunity to enjoy a hearty
all-day cooked breakfast with fresh ingredients like mother used to
make. Plus in the summer months you can eat it in the tea garden and
all that fresh air should further aide your recovery .
Those who don’t wake up until lunch time after a night on the
tiles should head to the cosmopolitan Café Vincent [map],
Botanic Avenue, where there’s a menu bursting with light lunches
and healthy food options. If you stay on into the evening you can
enjoy further stylish cuisine from an extended menu, and watch the
world go by with the cool people.
Get amongst the student population and recover in style at Ruby
Stranmillis Road. This Mediterranean eatery is the perfect place to
while away the hours while dining from an impressive all-day breakfast
menu. Choose from fried banana and honey pancakes, French toast, the
Ulster Fry (a fry-up of gigantic proportions) and plenty of vegetarian
equivalents. You'll find lunch and dinner menus are equally impressive,
offering curries from across the globe and desserts to die for.
If you’ve woken up thinking it’s a Saturday only to remember
you have to go to work but still need something to pick you up, try
a bread-based snack from Ruben’s Gourmet Sandwiches [map],
Central Avenue, Bangor. Here you’ll find every kind of sandwich
you could wish for and a few you’d never be able to dream up,
soups, baked potatoes with unusual fillings and other snacks including
Irish stew and pastries and cakes.
If you want to comment on our choices or recommend somewhere, why
not use our What You Recommend
form to let us know.