Champagne and cake will be the order of the day at a new eaterie opening in South Belfast next month.
The country’s first ever fully licensed patisserie will open on the Lisburn Road.
With an investment of £200k Miel et Moi is the second phase of the development which currently includes The Albany bar.
The venue, inspired by classical French patisseries and bars, will create 25 jobs and is the brainchild of Master Pastry Chef and lecturer Hazel Magill.
Director Paul Langsford said he believes the new venture is something Northern Ireland has been “crying out for”.
He added: “We have had a very positive response from the local community and further afield in anticipation of our second phase which represents the growing sophistication of Belfast as a progressive, modern and metropolitan City.
“Miel et Moi will bring a completely new and exciting dimension to our South Belfast premises and will be open 7 days a week, from 7am right through to 1am”.