Made in Belfast
4 Wellington Street, Belfast.
Now, this is my kind of place. A little bit random, a whole lotta quirky, mismatched furniture, amazingly kind and helpful staff, and food to almost die for.
I hadn’t had lunch with my coeliac sibling in ages, something I’m always a bit nervous about doing, as her choices can be very limited. Not a problem here. Not even an ‘I’ll just have to go and double check yadda yadda’., Our server knew exactly what the craic was for GF options, and there were plenty. Sorted.
So she got the scampi sandwich (very hard to get GF scampi so I’m told), and fries. I had the pulled lamb bap with red wine jus and minted slaw with beef fat (amazing!!) chips.
The lunch menu is new to Made in Belfast, and prices go from £7.50 up to 9 quid with most sides just £1.50 each, so excellent value.
Now my wee Sis is working on a little Nephew for me at the minute, and the baba wanted dessert (honestly), so we got the vanilla cheesecake (yes, again, GF) and honeycomb ice cream to share. Shared quite evenly much to my disappointment!
You know how good a restaurant is if you could just sit there for hours, chit chat about life and feel completely at ease. Made in Belfast is one of those places. The company helped too of course (She didn’t even make me write that!).
look ouT for Made in South Belfast!
Coming to the Lisburn Road later this year, look out for the new Made in South Belfast! (where La Bastille used to be).