Belfast Restaurant Week..what’s on Monday?

20121008-105221.jpg It’s Monday and it is the first working week day of Belfast Restaurant Week.

There are 2 key events on today:

Afternoon Tea with Charles Campion in the City Hall between 3-4.30pm

The City Hall is welcoming chef and professional food critic, Charles Campion. Charles, who has written food columns for The Independent, The Evening Standard and has appeared on Celebrity Masterchef, The One Show and Britain’s Best Dish, will be introduced by producer Pater Hannon and this invite only event.

Shu presents: 50 shades of Wine from 7.30pm

Charles Robb of Robb Bros Wine Merchants will be showcasing 2 wines with each course prepared by the Head Chef at Shu, Brian McCann. Clearly based around the summer smash book, Fifty Shades of Grey, the evening is sure to be a very enjoyable one for everyone going.

Elsewhere in the City, a number of restaurants are offering some great meal deals with the BRW menus. I’ll list you a few great offers each day this week, just to inspire your lunchtime choices.

James Street South are offering a 2 course lunch for £15.50. If you haven’t been to James Street South, this would be an ideal opportunity to try out one of the City’s restaurant treats.

Hill Street Brasserie are offering a 2 course lunch for £15. One of the old favourites in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter and it’s sure to be a great lunchtime experience.

Deane’s Deli Vin Café are offering a 1 course lunch special for £6.50. One of our favourite Saturday night places to eat is always going to be a delicious lunchtime delight.

And finally, next door in Café Harlem, a buzzing and vibrant venue with what is rumoured to be the best Ulster fry in the City, are offering a 2 course lunch for £10 from their BRW menu.

These are just a tiny number of restaurants offering great food deals all week. Look out for the little Belfast Restaurant Week Guide book all around the City and use it as your food guide for the week, but make sure you keep it for future eating out choices when you want some inspiration for where to eat out in Belfast.

More information is available at www.belfastcity.gov.uk/belfastrestaurantweek or www.gotobelfast.com

Post Author: Belfast Times

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