Give your taste buds a treat with the Belfast restaurant voucher, exclusively available to purchase from Visit Belfast.

The voucher makes the perfect gift for family, friends and corporate occasions. With a mouth-watering selection of eateries to pick from, diners will be spoilt for choice.

We think these vouchers will make for the perfect presents, particularly as it gives the person you are gifting some freedom in where they’d like to dine!

Fratelli Belfast

Fratelli Belfast

With some of Belfast’s finest restaurants included, from Hadskis; Home; SHU; James St South; OX and Mourne Seafood (to name just a few) – they’ll be spoilt for choice…

Vouchers can be purchased in denominations of £10 by calling into the Visit Belfast Welcome Centre at 9 Donegall Square North, (opposite Belfast City Hall).

James St South

James St South is also participating

Alternatively, you can phone 028 9024 6609 for more information.

Participating restaurants include

4th Wall
Bar and Grill at James Street South
Cafe Bedeck
Chubby Cherub
Coq & Bull Brasserie, Clandeboye Lodge
Cultra Inn

Flame Restaurant is one to try if you're a cocktail fan - and who isn't?!

Flame Restaurant is one to try if you’re a cocktail fan – and who isn’t?!

Cutters Wharf
Errigle Inn
Filini, Radisson Blu
Flame Restaurant
Fountain Bar & Restaurant

Hadskis is our choice for great food

Hadskis is our choice for great food

Havana Bank Square
Homemade by Manns
Horatio Todd’s
House of Zen
Howard Street
James Street South
Jospers Steakhouse & The Linen Bar
Madison’s Hotel
Maldron Hotel Belfast

Shu is unbeatable for good quality food

It’s hard to beat SHU when it comes to good quality cuisine

McHugh’s Bar & Restaurant
Mourne Seafood Bar
Ramada Plaza – Surburbia Bar & Lounge
RBG, Park Inn
Robinson & Cleaver
Ryans Bar & Restaurant
Safa Fine Indian

It even stretches to the John Hewitt Bar

It even stretches to the John Hewitt Bar

Salty Dog Hotel & Bistro
Shed Bistro
SHU Restaurant
Solo Kitchen + Bar
TGI Fridays
The Green Room, Ramada Plaza
The John Hewitt
The Kings Head
The Morning Star
The Northern Whig

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