Love good food? Take a three course foodie journey around Northern Ireland

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Titanic Belfast, the Giant’s Causeway, the Mourne Mountains, Game of Thrones filming locations…Sure, you already know that Northern Ireland has more than its fair share of must-see locations. But what about the food and drink?What’s being served up that you can’t afford to pass up?  We’ve pick out a few foodie faves…

For Starters: BelfastSt George’s Market12-20 E Bridge St, Belfast, Antrim BT1 3NQ

As well as music, antiques, jewellery and lovely knick-knacks, this place is ultimate foodie hotspot – especially on a Saturday morning. From local treasures – like Belfast baps, potato bread, Armagh apple juice, dulse and Fifteen buns – to phenomenal international fare, St George’s Market is a must-see!

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Titanic Belfast

1 Queens Rd, Titanic Quarter, Belfast BT3 9EP
Titanic Belfast is more than a unreal interactive experience. This award-winning destination houses some unreal foodie goodies. Try Afternoon Tea by the Grand Staircase, or breakfast like a Titanic crew member in Bistro 401. Lots of the food is inspired by what was served on the ship or eaten by the men that built it.

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