Where the Chefs Eat: Belfast

Who knows where better to eat than a chef? Daniel Courtney, head chef and restaurateur at Stix & Stones reveals his 5 best places to eat in Belfast...

The Muddlers Club

I absolutely love the atmosphere here. The menu is well planned and uses fresh local produce. They serve really smart cocktails, and there’s really cool music, too.

Miel et Moi

A little French-style café bar with amazing pastries, fantastic breakfasts and great coffee. Magnifique!

Ox

This Michelin-starred restaurant has helped put Belfast on the culinary map. If you want a special evening this is the place to go...

From top left: Stix and Stones; Howard St; Fratelli. Bottom from left: The Muddlers Club; Miel et Moi; Ox.

Fratelli

I love the rustic feel at Fratelli, and think it’s a great Italian addition to the city. The menu is tapas-style, which adds a sharing element to the experience.

Howard St

This well established restaurant in Belfast is a firm favourite. The reason? Seasonal produce and a great artisan wine selection.

From left to right: Fratelli; Howard St; Ox.

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