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Zen Restaurant Belfast

Zen Restaurant Belfast

 

A dramatic and attractively furnished contemporary interior lends to the experience of select Japanese cuisine at Zen. Marvellous ultra violet interior designs accompanied by a conventional Japanese decor does not take away from a single and personal eating experience, with a seating arrangement which raises comfortableness and privacy.

You will be impressed from the start as their fountain and gilded lotus flowers, welcomes you as you arrive in the restaurant.

The ground floor hosts a conventional Japanese scene, with a  Buddha head keeping an eye on the entrance!

The first floor is totally about glossy, contemporary design, and fresh style, with a modern ‘booth’ style seating area.

For special functions a group private dining option is provided in the Tatami room. No expense was spared in the rebirth of this city centre warehouse to a  exciting, impressive restaurant, complete with cocktail and sushi bars.

Zen also caters for those with more restrained time-honoured tastes, offering up a range of 'Fusion cuisine' comprising of Japanese and Asian cuisine with a Western mix.

A great drinks list completes the menu and also provides a considerable array of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Beers, fine wines and cocktails from the bar which provides for every taste.

55-59 Adelaide Street
BELFAST
BT2 8FE

Mourne Seafood Restaurant

Mourne Seafood Restaurant

 

Located beside Kelly’s Cellars Irish pub, the Mourne Seafood Bar serves locally sourced mussels, oysters, langoustines and lots of other lovely marine morsels.

Food is cooked traditional style or with a continental or Asian twist; select from the informal downstairs menu with half dozen oysters and Mourne mussel pots from £4.50, or splash out on an upstairs menu ranging from beer battered fish and chips to whole hot buttered lobster.

And, if fish isn’t your thing, prime cuts of Irish chicken and sirloin are also available.

Mourne’s aim is to serve up fresh local seafood at a reasonable price. To ensure freshness they purchase direct from the local ports of Annalong and Kilkeel on a daily basis. Their Mussels, oysters and cockles are sourced from shellfish beds at Ballyedmond in Carlingford Lough.

The upstairs room is available for private parties for up to approximately 35 people.

Mourne Seafood Bar,

34-36 Bank Street,

Belfast BT1 1HL,

Tel: (028) 9024 8544

AM:PM Belfast

AM:PM Belfast

At AM:PM you've the option of two chic upmarket establishments. AM:PM in Arthur Street, Belfast is ideal for early  breakfast or lunch time trysts. Experience décor that is more similar to 1950’s Soho London. It heats up at the weekend with a few of Belfast’s finest up and coming DJ’s every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

There are 3 levels of dining indulgence at the  AM:PM events suite. Perfect for weddings, christenings, corporate events, and private functions.
When the weekend comes why not revel in an after work restaurant menu on Fridays at Arthur Street a welcoming mix of early 50’s classics to contemporary urban beats while Saturday’s DJ serves up the perfect main course.

40-42 Upper Arthur Street
BELFAST
BT1 4GH

Tens Square Restaurant

Tens Square Restaurant

02236

Nestled In the centre of Belfast, behind the City Hall, this highly regared 4 star hotel has 23 superbly appointed, unique and large guest rooms, featuring super king low slung beds with luxury amenities all designed with the conference delegates in mind.

The 23 bedrooms provide warm, oppulent carpets as a foundation for low level beds with dark timber headboards, opal glass-inset shutters and beautiful free standing wardrobes.

The hotel is wonderfully placed for city centre shopping and visiting the popular attractions in Belfast

The Colonial style Grill Room and Bar is a busy and chic 120 seater restaurant, concentrating on the finest quality local ingredients. The menu is designed with the aim of providing simple traditional dishes with a contempory twist.

10 Donegall Square South
BELFAST
BT1 5JD

Wok Restaurant Belfast

Wok Restaurant Belfast

 

Opened recently, The Wok has become increasingly one of the most popular restaurants in Belfast, whether it be for business or for pleasure.

The restaurant offers an exciting and varied mix of traditional Chinese and Asian cuisine, from salted chilli lobsters and steamed fresh fish to birds nest, sizzling woks and hot pots,  just a few choices to tempt you.

The Wok also caters for private parties, large functions and can provide tailor made menus to your specification to suit your needs. Bright and modern with friendly and efficient service, The Wok is defiantely worth a visit.

126 Great Victoria Street
BELFAST
BT2 7BG

Shu Restaurant Belfast

Shu Restaurant Belfast

Shu restaurant  is located in a pleasant Victorian terrace on Belfast's fashionable Lisburn Road. Fitted out in a modern style to produce a gleaming area with tons of natural light, the  restaurant interior is created by the  local designer Paul Horscroft.

Shu comprises a basement cocktail bar, the chief ground level restaurant complete with a theatre-style kitchen, and a private dining room situated on the 1st floor.

Their aim now is the same as when they started – that is  to offer a menu dishing up uncomplicated French-influenced food employing the finest seasonal ingredients, served up at a fair price, in a graceful location and with professional, yet easygoing, affable service.

Shu can cater for a range of group reservations which includes private parties, weddings and corporate events, The  restaurant can provide for up to 100 people to fit most requirements.

Their intrinsic Salon Privé for corporate entertaining can admit up to 24 people with a boardroom style table layout.
The basement bar region can accommodate parties of 65 for dinner or up to 100 guests for buffet style food or canapés. Shu can additionally provide DJs for most  events.

253 – 255 Lisburn Road
BELFAST
BT9 7EN

Bourbon Belfast

Bourbon Belfast

 

Bourbon sports the flair of New Orleans, with its exciting mix of English, French and Spanish colonial design with Cajun and Polynesian charms. The restaurant is divided over two floors. The ground floor sports a splendid bar and seated area, ideal for big parties and private events. The first floor additionally has a luxurious lounge region where pre and post dinner drinks and cocktails can be savoured.

The a la carte menu is big and attracts an extensive and wide-ranging customer base. The accent is on fresh food, uncomplicated but delightful dishes, fusion shaped, with big flavours. The menu ranges from the freshest of seafood to 100% Belfast Dry Aged Beef. The chef employs humble local suppliers to preserve a higher measure of local produce.

The lunchtime express menu operated from 12 noon until 2.30pm. Ideal for a business lunch or a speedy bite to eat during lunchtime. A choice from roughly 14 dishes which are not only fast to create but additionally appetising and good value for money.

Bourbon likewise provides a pre theatre menu which is accessible from 5pm until 6.45pm all week. Two courses for £12.95.

60 Great Victoria Street
BELFAST
BT2 7BB

Cafe Vaudville Belfast

Cafe Vaudville Belfast

 

Café Vaudeville on Arthur Street constitutes a striking transformation from its past purpose as a bank. The building is dedciated to the ‘Art Nouveau’ movement – the ‘New Style’ that was  fashionable at the start of the 20th century. Café Vaudeville’s inner, adopts an array of genuine design influences wound attractively with a modern twist. The Art Nouveau charm is evident throughout the interior.

Café Vaudeville’s  upper floor is really a first for Belfast. Ireland’s first ‘Bolli’ Bar seizes the very heart and soul of Café Vaudeville, an invite only privileged champagne bar, serving Bollinger as its  brand, for limited invitees. Café Vaudeville’s Bolli Bar provides unrivalled class and devoted personal service to the exclusive members of ‘Vaudeville Society’.

Café Vaudeville's  coffee shop opens 11.30 am Monday to Saturday with lunch dished between 12-3 pm and the restaurant serves dinner 5-9 pm Tuesday through to Saturday. The establishment is open until 1 am 6 days a week, and closed on Sundays.

25 Arthur Street
BELFAST
BT1 4GQ

Cayenne Restaurant

Cayenne Restaurant

Cayenne is the gem in the crown of Belfast’s Shaftesbury Square. Opened up by Paul & Jeanne Rankin, Cayenne would be every bit at home in London or New York. A chic original interior is accompanied by an exciting menu that reflects the life Paul and Jeanne Rankin’s international culinary experience.

The effortless menu sits comfortably in the contemporary environment with signature dishes such as Salt ‘n’ Chilli Squid with chilli jam and aioli; Chinese red roast duck with udon noodles, bok choy, shaohsing and ginger dressing; soft centred chocolate cake with burnt orange ice cream.

The typical customers have their favourites that will always be on the menu!

Cayenne has been graded as one of the UK’s 'best restaurants' by the Observer Food Monthly magazine. The restaurant also has added private dining and conference rooms to their wondeful eating place.

7 Ascot House
Shaftesbury Square
BELFAST
BT2 7DB

Benedicts Belfast

Benedicts Belfast

Benedicts has a roomy themed bar  The popular first floor restaurant is  noted as one of Belfast's busiest and most popular, serving up a wide range of world food.


Check out the restaurant section of their website for particulars of Benedict’s celebrated "Beat the Clock" offers open 7 nights per week between 5.30pm-7.00pm.


Based in the centre of the activity in Shaftesbury Square,  Benedicts has convenient access to all Belfast provides. With Benedicts providing entertainment and dining and overnight lodgings all under one roof,  it’s simple to understand why this city centre hotel is so fashionable with both locals and visitors likewise.

7 – 21 Bradbury Place
Shaftesbury Square
BELFAST
BT7 1RQ

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