BelFeast will be centred in the city’s Cathedral Quarter. The lineup includes live music performances, street artists, tours, workshops and talks. There will also be an artisan street market and a street food village running alongside the food festival.
The three-day festival runs from 23-25 March.
The Mac Food Theatre
Pull up a seat for one of BelFeast’s tastiest highlights – the Food Theatre in the MAC where local chefs working with fine food producers will be creating a tasty spectacle of culinary delights.
Get in on the action – tickets cost £10 for each three-hour session, and there are four different sessions to choose from. Two on Saturday 24 March and two on Sunday 25 March. Sessions will run from 11am – 2pm and 2pm – 5pm.
BBC presenter, Kim Lenaghan, is hosting the event and will be teasing secrets from among others, Danny Millar and Niall McKenna.
Danny has appeared on both the Great British Menu and Saturday Kitchen. Niall revolutionised the food scene here when he opened his own restaurant after spending 12 years training under Michelin-starred chefs such as Gary Rhodes and Marco Pierre White.
“This is a great chance for everyone interested in food, from the home cooks looking for something extra to those interested in a career in food to pick up tips from the best.”
“All the chefs and producers participating are passionate about their craft and dedicated to highlighting the outstanding quality food being produced and enjoyed in Northern Ireland.”
"I grew up and live in Belfast, Northern Ireland. On my blog, I share with you my huge passion for Northern Ireland food and drink, along with the odd ramble about anything else that happened to come to mind!"
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