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Root & Branch
If coffee is the new religion, then this streamlined space with retro schoolroom stools, is its high altar. Two local guys have elevated the little brown bean into a brew of renowned beauty. Join latte-loving locals enjoying this impeccably sourced roast.

Address: Ormeau Baths, 18 Ormeau Avenue | Telephone: |

Folktown Market
Street art meets street food at this culinary hang-out that comes with a side order of colourful murals. On every Saturday in the recently landscaped Bank Square, just off Royal Avenue, the collective serves up international eats including ramen, chowder, chocolate and the French-Canadian chip dish, Poutine. 

Address: Bank square | Telephone: |

Fish City
The cod's gone mod and the plaice pimped at this stylish cafe where sustainability is key. So you can enjoy classic fish & chips, locally-sourced scampi and plenty more maritime delights with guilt-free glee. Upgrade your meal with a glass of wine and round off with a retro-inspired banana split.

Address: 33 Ann Street | Telephone: 028 90 231 000 |

The Scullery
Catch the next Nigella or Jamie at Belfast Metropolitan College's in-house cafe. Old bricks, street signs and lampposts reflect its historic Titanic Quarter location. But it's the elegantly presented lunches and equally moreish pastries - all at great value prices - that make this catering student showcase a foodie shoo-in. www.belfastmet.ac.uk

Address: Belfast Met, Titanic Quarter Campus, 7 Queens Road | Telephone: 028 9026 5170 |

Affordable Restaurants

Fratelli
Rustic luxe - have we invented a new thing? - pervades this dark wood and red brick restaurant an pizzeria. People watch from the upstairs outdoor Terrace as you sip prosecco and nibble on Venetian-inspired cicchetti and adorable mini-desserts.

Address: Unit 1, 60 Great Victoria Street | Telephone: 028 9031 0862 |

Yugo
Inspired by Melbourne's Asian fusion street food scene, this mellow minimalist bistro embraces the Orient with dishes from the likes of Vietnam, Thailand and Japan. A local influence sneaks in with the Belfast Curry and Dirty Fried Rice, but it's the filled steamed Bao Buns that'll have your culinary passport well and truly stamped.

Address: 3 Wellington Street | Telephone: 028 9031 9715 |

Granny Annie's Kitchen
A feast of curios and home-cooking attacks the eyeballs and bellies at this magnificently embellished restaurant and bar. Think Antiques Roadshow on steroids when it comes to the interior and post-rationing fervour when pondering the ample menu. Stick around at the weekends for live music japes. (www.grannyannies.co.uk).

Address: 81 Chichester Street | Telephone: 028 9032 1331 |

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