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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 clientèle range from high flying city types to Belfast's most distinguished visitors. Beware though, the menu changes regularly. There is a fine range of wines, with a bottle of house wine.
This family-run restaurant offers traditional Belfast food in a homey setting, and screams Belfast inside and out. The low light, pub-like interior is decorated with ersatz vintage movie posters and news articles of local note. Start your meal with deep-fried brie cheese and potato bread, before moving on to Irish Lamb Stew, roasted cottage pie, or roast eye of silverside beef.
Step across the cobbled yard, through arched, stable-like doors and into this quaint eatery and microbrewery. You'll discover an atmospheric restaurant split over two floors with a laid-back bistro and an elegant yet rustic dining room above stairs. Quality, local ingredients, such as beef, sea bream and venison form the basis of a decidedly Irish-inspired menu. Also on offer are some quality local ales, including the intriguing Molly's Chocolate Stout and the refreshing Belfast Blonde. Built in the former stables of College Green House, this place is a real find for the discerning diner looking for something more authentic and down to earth.