Review: The Green Goose – Coffee House and Deli, Belfast

The Green Goose

Newly opened coffee house and deli, The Green Goose, located on 52 Howard Street in Belfast, now welcomes their customers to enjoy freshly made and served food and drinks.

After taking over the old bakery, Paul D’Arcy (the owner and manager of The Green Goose) wanted to introduce a new food offering for Belfast locals and visitors alike. By re-branding in March 2018 as The Green Goose, Paul D’Arcy has launched a coffee house and deli where all the food and drinks are being freshly handmade every day, with locally sourced ingredients.

The Green Goose stands out with their every morning, own-cook meats that the staff prepares every day to ensure an excellent quality and taste. Shredded ham and beef are the most popular picks at the shop due to their tenderness. Paul revealed that these two meats are being slow cooked every night (ham – 8 hours and beef 12 hours) and then freshly served every morning.

The coffee house and deli shop  is famous for its signature sandwiches (£3.95), where customers can choose from;  roast ham, beef brisket, roast chicken, bacon and turkey; with a variety of cheeses and vegetables; a choice of white, granary, sourdough or ciabatta (vegetarian and gluten free options available). These light, fresh and energizing sandwiches are a perfect pick for a warm and sunny day!

The Green Goose
Beef Brisket toasted sandwich (with homemade tarragon mayo, caramelized onions and mixed leaves).
Slow roasted ham sandwich (with vintage cheddar, mixed leaves and mayo).

The Green Goose menu also includes options; soup & wheaten bread for £3.00, soup & sandwich for £4.95, salad bowls for £4.50 and hot drinks. The breakfast at The Green Goose is served until 11:30 am from Monday to Friday and all day Saturday. The breakfast menu includes; granola bowl for £2.95, stacked pancakes for £3.50, breakfast roll for £3.95, bacon and poached eggs for £4.50 , freshly baked all butter croissants and selection of freshly backed scones for £1.95.

Their newest addition is lemon and white chocolate cookies with chocolate bits which are newly baked in the store, every morning!

The ingredients are locally sourced, with the butcher suppliers based in outer Belfast, cheese imported from England and vegetables and fruit being purchased from local Belfast markets.

Here at The Green Goose, there is nothing more important than providing customers with the best quality food for reasonable prices that also reflect the perfect portion sizes, enough to fill all tummies. With a ‘locally sourced food, freshly prepared every day!’ motto, the coffee house and deli shop is suitable for tourists that want to have a taste of Belfast, professionals that want to enjoy a quiet breakfast or lunch break and both Belfast visitors and locals.

The Green Goose

Services are available for take away and sit in, both inside the premises and a comfortable outside sitting area with a free WiFi upon request.

Opening Times:

Monday: 7:30- 16:00

Tuesday: 7:30- 16:00

Wednesday: 7:30- 16:00

Thursday: 7:30- 16:00

Friday: 7:30- 16:00

Saturday: 9:00- 15:30

Sunday: Closed

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Author: Viktorija Kubiliute

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