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Sun Kee Restaurant

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Sun Kee Restaurant
42-47 Donegall Pass, Belfast BT7 1BS
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Tel: +44 28 9031 2016

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The Lo family’s famous city centre Belfast restaurant just off Shaftesbury Square offers the classic, familiar Chinese dishes, but created in a style that doesn't panders to western tastes too much

Sun Kee Restaurant

The Lo family’s city centre Belfast restaurants located just off Shaftesbury Square is known as one of Ireland’s more authentic Chinese restaurants and, as it became better known, growing demand led to a move to bigger premises across the road.


Old hands may miss the squeeze, but what you still get here is the classic Chinese dishes which are already familiar - but created in a style that does not pander too much to western tastes, without the usual “blanding down” typical of most oriental restaurants in Ireland.


They may also offer more unusual dishes, which can offer a genuine challenge to the jaded western palate: be prepared to be adventurous.

Open for food daily, 12-10.30pm (to 11.30pm Sat/Sun); children welcome; house wine £11.50; MasterCard, Visa, Switch. abbreviations
Last Updated: 16-06-2013
Author: Georgina Campbell

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