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They say they ‘love to make great food for the city that loves to eat it’: Graze is a perfect example of how far Belfast has come in food terms. Bringing a wealth of experience at some of the best hotels in the world to East Belfast’s trendy Ballyhacka ...
Peter and Emma McCleery's attractive café bistro on Comber's historic town square has earned a loyal following since opening in 2006. It’s warm, friendly and casual - but the food is taken seriously and, under the personal management of the owners, sta ...
Although not the easiest place to find, this hidden gem is well worth seeking out. A roadside pup between Lisburn and West Belfast that is believed to be the oldest tavern in County Antrim (est.1660), it now provides the setting for a thoroughly modern dining exper ...
Handily situated in the heart of Lisburn city, Anton Campbell’s popular restaurant attracts a real mix of young and not so young who appreciate the basic good food, friendly service and relaxed ambience. The name (Spanish for 'of the bull'), together with a drawin ...
Established in 1752, this former coaching inn is owned by the Patterson family, who have built up a national reputation for hospitality and good food, especially seafood. Somehow they manage to run several separate food operations successfully each day, including a famil ...
Way down the Ards peninsula, in the fishing village of Portavogie, you’ll find an authentic fishing village experience at The Quays, a pub and popular seafood restaurant in a picturesque location overlooking the harbour and the Irish Sea. The exterior might be a l ...