Northern Ireland: Belfast Food


Ireland is not necessarily known for its cuisine. However, that does not mean that we ate badly on this trip at all. While we did have quite a few toasties for lunch, here are some of our dinners. I did make it a point to try things that were different or unique to the area or at least sourced locally.

Note: Many Irish restaurants have a list on the menu of where there meat, produce, bread, and milk products are soured from locally. It’s wonderful.

Pan Fried Sea Bass with Olive Oil Mash

Our first night in Ireland we ate at the Grand Café in our hotel the Grand Central Hotel Belfast. We were too tired to walk anywhere but the food was good and the beer was cold. The café has these large windows and we enjoyed people watching as we dinned.

Maybe it’s a bit of a cliché but my first beer in Ireland had to be a Guinness.
We decided to try this place on a whim – it was delicious.
Irish Stew with Lamb

Have you ever been to Ireland? If so, what did you think of the food? Let me know in the comments. Remember to leave no trace and safe travels!

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5 comments on “Northern Ireland: Belfast Food”

  1. The food you featured looked amazing, Laci. I (Kellye) think travel is about trying lots of new things including the local fare. Hard to beat some great Texas barbecue or Tex-Mex, though. I am enjoying following your posts!

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    1. Thank you! Don’t get me wrong, I’ve tried plenty of things only once but it is always worth telling people I’ve at least sampled something. Thank you for following, I’ve got a lot more of Ireland to share!

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