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Re: Belfast restaurants

Post by big mervyn » Fri Feb 02, 2018 9:48 am

Nobody been to Hadskis then?
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Re: Belfast restaurants

Post by ColinM » Fri Feb 02, 2018 10:23 am

damianmcr wrote:I'd normally go to the Tullyglass or The Tannery.

Knowing a nice one in Belfast would be good. Unlimited starters and dessert's is a must.

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Not quite in Belfast but La Mon is good. The Lansdowne also does a similar affair but I've not been.

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Re: Belfast restaurants

Post by ColinM » Fri Feb 02, 2018 10:24 am

big mervyn wrote:Nobody been to Hadskis then?

Yes Hadski's is very good. Similar in style and quality as the Bar & Grill atJames St South, which is no coincidence really.

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Re: Belfast restaurants

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Kofi Annan wrote:Anywhere do a good roast
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Re: Belfast restaurants

Post by big mervyn » Fri Feb 02, 2018 3:07 pm

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big mervyn wrote:Nobody been to Hadskis then?

Yes Hadski's is very good. Similar in style and quality as the Bar & Grill atJames St South, which is no coincidence really.
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Re: Belfast restaurants

Post by rorybestsbigbaldnoggin » Thu Feb 15, 2018 5:51 pm

Wolfes next to Dundonald cinema is delicious if you're out there for a film. Delicious food, and plenty of it. (Nothing mental like, diner menu, but £25 well spent.)
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Post by rocky » Fri Feb 16, 2018 11:56 am

Wolfes is basically a burger joint but the food is decent and the quantities are big. If you go to Eastpoint, the best restaurant by a mile is Tale of Spice, one of the best Indians in the country. There is also a Wagamama, not bad for noodles and curries, if a bit pricey for what it is.
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Re: Belfast restaurants

Post by justinr73 » Mon Mar 05, 2018 8:33 pm

Shared a few small plates in Yugo, next to Made in Belfast, on Saturday. Asian fusion, with a side order of hipster. Tasty, especially the fried dumplings.

Porterhouse wasn’t bad on Friday. Decent chips and onion rings and a pretty tasty steak. pi$h poor margarita though.

Barking Dog on Saturday night divided opinion. My lamb was supposed to be medium but was still bleating. Nice cocktails though and the gnocchi with pork looked good.

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Post by ColinM » Mon Mar 05, 2018 9:29 pm

justinr73 wrote:Shared a few small plates in Yugo, next to Made in Belfast, on Saturday. Asian fusion, with a side order of hipster. Tasty, especially the fried dumplings.

Porterhouse wasn’t bad on Friday. Decent chips and onion rings and a pretty tasty steak. pi$h poor margarita though.

Barking Dog on Saturday night divided opinion. My lamb was supposed to be medium but was still bleating. Nice cocktails though and the gnocchi with pork looked good.
I like Yugo as it happens, crispy dumplings are good

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Re: Belfast restaurants

Post by solidarity » Mon Mar 05, 2018 9:42 pm

rocky wrote:Wolfes is basically a burger joint but the food is decent and the quantities are big. If you go to Eastpoint, the best restaurant by a mile is Tale of Spice, one of the best Indians in the country. There is also a Wagamama, not bad for noodles and curries, if a bit pricey for what it is.
Was at Wagamama last week and Rocky's right - good grub. Pretty big portions, but when they say 'chilli', the mean CHILLI.

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Re: Belfast restaurants

Post by Dave » Fri Mar 09, 2018 5:40 pm

Soul Food Cafe any good? Have they any chicken? My usual is all out.
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Post by Russ » Fri Mar 09, 2018 7:51 pm

Dave wrote:Soul Food Cafe any good? Have they any chicken? My usual is all out.
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Re: Belfast restaurants

Post by ColinM » Fri Mar 09, 2018 8:18 pm

Dave wrote:Soul Food Cafe any good? Have they any chicken? My usual is all out.
Roast?

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Re: Belfast restaurants

Post by justinr73 » Thu Mar 21, 2019 11:54 pm

Old favourites for the weekend I think.

A fry at the market tomorrow, the Barge in the evening and then Singapore noodles after the game in the Red Panda.

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Re: Belfast restaurants

Post by justinr73 » Tue Mar 26, 2019 11:06 pm

The place at the Market was shut???

Went to the Windmill cafe instead. Extra large fry for £7.50. Decent.

The Barge was excellent. Chicken with truffle mash and cabbage especially so.

Red Panda’s Singapore noodles were as good as ever, whilst Sunday lunch at the Europa was good and handy for the bus, if very quiet. The bacon chop is well worth sampling.

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