After over-indulging the night before, you’ll need something equally indulgent the morning after to cure your hangover.

Here’s our favourite hangover-cure breakfasts to enjoy in Belfast.

1. Maggie Mays

Malone Road and Botanic Avenue – Website

Maggie Mays fry

Promoted on the menu as the ‘Perfect Hangover Cure’ – we can certainly vouch for this.

Also available as a Veggie Fry, the Full Fry includes egg, bacon, sausage, potato bread, soda bread, pancake, hash brown, mushrooms and tomato.

But everyone knows calories on a hangover day don’t count, so we recommend going all out with the Bumper Fry for just over £1 more, which boasts basically two of everything mentioned above.

 Check out the full menu here.

 2. French Village

99 Botanic Avenue – Website

 French Village1

The mouth-watering French Village breakfast in Botanic boasts soda bread, potato bread, pancake, egg, bacon, sausage, tomato & mushrooms for £6.50.

You can also splurge an extra £1, in exchange for the Speciality Breakfast, which includes Scallion potato bread, sausage, bacon, Gracehill black pudding, flat mushroom, Ballymaloe Relish and poached eggs!

The unique French Village Hash breakfast offers a unique twist on the traditional fry, with sautéed potatoes, peppers, spring onion, spinach, chorizo, Gracehill black pudding, poached egg & toasted sourdough, all for £7.95. You can also get a Veggie option priced at £5.95.

You can view the full breakfast menu at French Village Botanic here.

3. Cafe Conor

11a Stranmillis Road – Website

Cafe Conor

The Big Breakfast at Cafe Conor is legendary for its ability to cure a hangover. It boasts soda, potato bread, 2 bacon, 2 sausage, a free range egg, black pudding, tomato, mushroom & beans.

It’s hard to put a price on happiness, but Cafe Conor’s massive breakfast is priced at £8! Check out the full menu here.

4. Hadski’s

33 Donegall Street – Website

Hadski's

The Full Hadsi’s breakfast boasts mouth-watering sausages, black and white pudding, bacon, tomato, mushroom, wheaten bread, and your choice of eggs for £10.50.

It’s available Saturday & Sunday from 11am – 2pm as part of Hadski’s delicious Brunch Menu. View the menu here for more Brunch options.

5. Cast And Crew

Titanic Quarter Queens Road – Website

Cast and Crew Belfast

A large Ulster Fry at Cast & Crew includes sausage, bacon, egg, tomato, mushroom, soda bread, potato bread, black and white puddings as well as homemade beans.

Make sure if it’s a good day that you get down early to grab seats outside offering stunning views of the surrounding Titanic Quarter –  the fresh air will do you well, too! Check out the full menu here.

6. Thyme Deli

13 Church Lane – Website

Thyme Deli Fry

Based in the heart of the city centre, Thyme Deli offers the perfect pick-me-up for workers who’ve over-indulged at the weekend!

A large fry features a Butcher style pork sausage, bacon, tomato, potato bread, soda bread, black pudding, mushrooms & hash brown – all for just £5.25. More delicious options include the more streamlined but still gorgeous tasting Small fry; as well as the Full Soda and Pancakes with Bacon & Maple Syrup – just to name a few!

The full menu is available to view online.

7. Mad Hatter

2 Eglantine Avenue

Mad Hatter Belfast

Deemed one of the best places for an Ulster Fry in Belfast, Mad Hatter Cafe is exceptionally popular amongst students and tourists alike. The All Day Breakfast also boasts a nice, healthy option for anyone not wanting to overload on carbs.

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