Top Halal Middle Eastern Restaurant in Belfast City Centre

We dropped in to try this place and were very presently surprised. It used to be a Lebanese restaurant with a different name called Byblos before the current Syrian owner took over 4 months ago.
They served fantastic authentic traditional and all home made Middle Eastern food from fresh. We had Baba ganoush, hummous, falafel, lamb shwarma, chicken tawouk, chilli sauce, two types of garlic sauce and Lebanese flat bread. All of which was made fresh. 

The menu is extensive and the setting is very intimate and is definitely one of the best Middle Eastern restaurants I’ve eaten in. The tray of baclava looked fab also and there are hookahs for use when the weather gets better!! Definitely worth trying when in town!!

Exclusive lunch at the Worlds Best Visitor Attraction 

I humbly write this as I feel so honoured to be one of 30 odd VIP’s to be invited to the Worlds Best Visitor Attraction for a private lunch, The Titanic Experience.

The venue was the sixth floor at the Titanic Visitor Centre and I was a guest of the The Spanish Tourist Board-our gracious hosts. The food was amazing being a chorizo starter, soup and then authentic paella. Couldn’t have the sweet (trifle) or tea/coffee  as had to pick up kids!!

Spain is still the number one destination for people from the island of Ireland and it will keep getting stronger and bigger. It’s relatively safe, a shortish flight and it’s got great weather (apart from the snow in Alicante now!!!), culture, architecture, food and wine and people.

The Titanic staff were amazing as usual and what a superb venue!!!! Been here many a time and it keeps getting better!! My sister had the first Indian wedding here!! 

Thanks to Ana for the invite and it was great to meet all the industry professionals. I look forward to working with you all in the future!!