Beatrice Kennedy’s

Situated in a glorious Victorian townhouse, Beatrice Kennedy’s is located in the Queen’s Quarter, an exciting spot of the city. Previously a doctor’s surgery, owner Jim McCarthy is said to have named the restaurant after the GP’s wife.

The old-style dining room has a homely ambience, adorned with bookshelves and old furnishings, guests are lulled as they eat with gentle jazz.

The wide range of starters available are tasty and exciting. A quick glance at the menus reveals a range of main course dishes crafted from local Northern Irish meat and produce. Each dish is a treat, while being beautifully familiar and modern.

A traditional Fermanagh rib-eye with chips and parmesan sits above sea bream fillet with chorizo and white bean cassoulet on a menu that rewards all tastes. The offering of an exclusively vegetarian menu is a refreshing and considerate idea, and is as exciting a read as it’s regular counterpart. Again, simplicity and creativity add charm to choice with each dish.

To accompany the meal or end the night, a fine selection of brandies, whiskies and dessert wines are available. Exciting in-house cocktails also have pride of place and should be at least tested.

Overall, the impressive spot provides a charming evening meal, great for special occasions, that you shouldn’t miss out on while you’re in town.


44 University Road

02890 202290