Fish restaurants

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

Tedfords Restaurant

Tedfords Restaurant


Tedfords has developed a reputation as one of the highest quality restaurants in Belfast, so people have come to expect quite a bit from this establishment. The restaurant received a Certificate of Excellence in 2014 and specializes in seafood.

The exterior of the restaurant is not much to write home about, but the interior has been put together very nicely indeed. The decor gives the restaurant an upmarket feel without making patrons feel unwelcome or uncomfortable.

It is usually a good idea to make a reservation when choosing to dine at Tedfords, especially on the weekends when it gets pretty busy. In some cases, the restaurant is booked weeks in advance, but guests could also be lucky enough to get a seat at the last minute on a quiet evening.

It is quite common for patrons to visit the restaurant just before a show at the theatre, which is located nearby. For this reason, the restaurant actually has a theatre dinner menu, which consists of only a few items, as well as the larger, a la carte menu, which is brought out later in the evening.

Just like every great restaurant, patrons can accept to receive a warm, friendly welcome and bread that is just as warm and inviting. This is only a prelude to the meals, which are labelled as fine dining and will give patrons an insight into just how creative good chefs can be when the sky is the limit.

The curried monkish is a particularly popular dish and comes with a side of greens. This sort of dish is simple and yet the chef has the ability to bring out all the finer flavours and textures that will have guests’ mouths watering until the very last bite.

The wine menu is another appealing facet of the establishment and the staff are knowledgeable enough to provide some excellent suggestions about the options that suit each menu item best.

When it comes to cost, the establishment isn’t too pricey when compared with its competitors. You can expect the cost of the meals to range between £13 and £27.

This is the sort of establishment that people will return to time and time again because each night is more memorable than the last.


5 Donegall Quay, Belfast, Country Antrim, BT1 3EA






Hill Street Brasserie

Hill Street Brasserie


Located in the cobbled back streets of Belfasts fashionable Cathedral Quarter, is Hill St Brasserie. The interior is uncomplicated yet attractive with an open kitchen and a classy eating area. Its cordial, vivacious ambience has already pulled in a constant flow of lunch and evening diners on the look out for delightful food and congenial service.

The syle of food is suitable to the clientele with a speedy and simple but appetising lunch menu and a more luxuriant a la carte menu for evening dining. With dishes such as roast monkfish on chorizo and coriander risotto, balsamic lentils with field mushrooms and white truffle aioli or the very juicy fillet of beef on pancetta rosti with spinach and Roquefort butter, there is something to entice everyones tastebuds. For those with a sweet tooth, the desserts are appetising with contemporary twists on old classics.

Head Chef, Stephen Taylor-Winter has added his specific brand of culinary art to Hill St Brasserie. Absent are the noodles, but Hill St Brasserie creates its own specific blend of Modern and Asian flavours. With an exuberance for new ideas and maintaining the unconventional, fun feeling of the Cathedral Quarter, Hill St Brasserie will forever possess something to tempt you.

38 Hill Street

Contact Us : 08713104800

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