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


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!


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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