Opened to great acclaim in the late 90s, Deane's has played a prominent role in the upgrading of cuisine in Belfast, proving that there was a market ... More
Restaurant Michael Deane
Opened to great acclaim in the late 90s, Deane's has played a prominent role in the upgrading of cuisine in Belfast, proving that there was a market here all along for fine contemporary and fusion food. As renowned Michelin-starred chef Michael Deane puts it, come and sample some "serious, indulgent dining". The clientele range from high flying city types to Belfast's most distinguished visitors. Prepare yourself for such gastronomic delights as peppered venison with creamed artichoke, shiitake mushrooms and Jus of lemongrass; crisped salmon with couscous, ratatouille and fried leeks or canon of lamb with roast scallops, celeriac mash, Pomme Aana and curry oil - the menu changes regularly. There is a fine range of wines, with a bottle of house wine costing £20-£25. Champagne prices start at £40.
The food was amazing, the service and atmospher was great. The overall price of the food is quite expensive, but definately worth it. I will be sure to tell all my friends of the hidden gem i have found!
Despite the utilitarian decor, this is a restaurant with a friendly ambience. Popular with the local Chinese community, the dishes
are prepared according to traditional recipes and are not watered down to suit Western palates. Authenticity in Chinese cooking ...
There's a family run feel to this Egon Ronay recognised restaurant. It offers an excellent range of Cantonese dishes; over
200 in fact, all freshly cooked and bursting with flavour. Seafood is a speciality of the house, and the ...
No frills here at the Mad Hatter, just well prepared meals and a friendly atmosphere. There's an extensive breakfast, lunch
and afternoon tea menu to choose from, with breakfast served all day always a popular choice as a hangover ...