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Top Places to Eat in Belfast
7Spice, St Anne’s Square, Belfast
Located at the entrance to St Anne’s Square, 7Spice is a Bangladeshi restaurant specialising in freshly prepared cuisine with a continental twist. 7Spice has a brand new Tapas Style Lunch Menu at £9.95 for two dishes or £18.95 for four. The food is fresh, tasty, light & great value for money. We loved the Salted Chilli Desi Prawns, Vegetable Tempura, Saag Paneer, & Tiger Prawn Jalfrezi, served with rice & Gar Kali Naan, all washed down with refreshing cocktails. A great alternative lunch venue.
The Asian-inspired food in Yugo is fantastic, fresh & flavoursome, with a fusion-style menu that can be easily adapted to cater for dietary requirements. Service is quick and efficient, and all the staff are very knowledgeable, with each dish clearly explained when delivered to your table. We went for the Panko Prawn & Spicy Kimchi Bao Buns, the Soft Shell Crab Sushi, & the Tempura Spinach Futomaki. An outstanding Tempura Broccoli was packed with umami flavour, & as a side, the Hand Cut Chips sprinkled with fiery Togarashi were the perfect accompaniment. All washed down with a few beautiful cocktails-the Basic Season is an autumnal pumpkin & clove treat- and a cheeky bottle of Verdejo, this brilliant little Belfast eatery is the ideal venue for a relaxing lunch or evening meal.
Shout of the Week
SimpliDish from SuperValu
SuperValu believes dinner time should be easy & enjoyable. That’s why they’ve teamed up with celebrity cook Suzie Lee, to create two new mouth-watering dishes, perfect for autumn mealtimes; Family Favourite Mac & Cheese (with hidden veg) & Sesame Soy Pulled Chicken. Both are prepared locally by McAtamney’s in Co. Antrim, using fresh local ingredients and are part of the extensive range of SimpliDish dinners & sides that make quick, convenient, quality dinner options.