Beatrice Kennedy is a cosy fully licensed restaurant with friendly service, set in a converted Victorian town house in the university area of South ... More
Beatrice Kennedy is a cosy fully licensed restaurant with friendly service, set in a converted Victorian town house in the university area of South Belfast. The impressive floodlit exterior sets the tone for this restaurant's extremely intimate atmosphere. It has a conservatory at the rear. Serving modern cuisine, expect to find deliciously surprising food combinations. The menu has a strong showing of seafood, including a delicious monkfish main course. This restaurant is open for evening dining only, except on Sundays when a substantial Sunday lunch menu is also on offer.
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