Food in Belfast
Few things are more comforting than your favourite meal from home. And, because Belfast has such a vibrant international community, you'll find great foods from all over the world here.
Just a few minutes’ walk from campus, there’s Botanic Avenue. On this street you can find cafes and restaurants serving foods from around the world. Try Molly's Yard, a split-level bistro set in a former coach house, or head to Japanese restaurant Sakura. Both of these are very popular with students.
If you’re looking to try something more local, Maggie Mays serves traditional Irish dishes.
Classic Irish foods include champ (mashed potatoes with
spring onions), Irish stew, dulse (red seaweed), potato bread farl, soda
bread farl and Guinness.
Belfast offers a choice of cafes, pubs, coffee shops and restaurants, no matter what your budget is. And being on the coast, it’s the perfect place to try the British classic fish and chips! Whatever you love to eat, there’s something for you in Belfast.
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