Belfast Restaurant Week 2020

Belfast Restaurant Week will be returning to Belfast City Centre from 17 – 23 February 2020

This February, treat yourself to some self-love and indulge in dining out during Belfast Restaurant Week!

Hundreds of mouthwatering menus will cater for a variety of tastes and requirements, serving a diverse range of dishes to tickle your taste buds whether you’re seeking scrumptious steaks, Vegan feasts and delicious dining experiences with Asian, Italian and Mediterranean influences.

Coinciding with Half Term and with so much to see and do for the family in the City Centre, children’s menus will also be available at some participating restaurants.

Avail of lunch from 12 noon to 2pm Monday to Friday, priced at £10 per person and dinner from 5pm to 7pm Monday to Thursday, priced at £15 per person.

Special events include a Chef’s Table at Taylor & Clay, a Mini Belfast Oyster Experience in Kelly’s Cellars, a six course Tasting Menu in The Great Room at The Merchant and a Moroccan Banquet at Buba.

Belfast Restaurant Week’s showstopping finale takes place in St George’s Market from 10am until 3pm on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 February. Hosted by broadcaster Kim Lenaghan, chefs will be cooking up a storm of local produce and sharing samples straight from the oven.

Belfast Restaurant Week 2020

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Dine for £15

Enjoy fantastic food in some of Belfast City Centre’s best restaurants during Restaurant Week with two courses for just £15! Quote ‘Belfast Restaurant Week’ when booking. Available from Monday 17 to Thursday 20 February 2020 from 5-7pm.

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