The Ulster Fry by @georgesbargrill for @breakfastweek

The Ulster Fry, a traditional fry that’ll set you up for the day.

Well my Ulster Fry last Saturday morning at St George’s Bar|Grill certainly set me up for the day. Before I got stuck in to playing shop at my St George’s Market stall I abandoned everything to try out the first morning of breakfast service at the market restaurant.

I sat in the cosy snug overlooking the market as traders set up for their day trading. Surrounded by rugs and outdoor heaters, I ordered my fry and started my treat breakfast with a delicious hot chocolate.

And then it arrived, two fried eggs, the all-important potato and soda bread, perfect pork sausages, crispy bacon, black and white pudding and a juicy red tomato– a great start to my day.

Their sausages, bacon, black and white puddings are sourced from local, free-range farm Pheasants Hill – their ethical approach to farming, combined with flavour is second-to-none.

Bread comes from Chrissie, a local baker and stall-holder at the Market who uses old-fashioned, recipes using butter milk, delivered from the local milk man, all hand-made, on her farm on Ballymacashen road in Killinchy.

There is plenty to choose for breakfast from the great menu and I spotted some French Toast, which may well tempt me back to this great restaurant for more.

St George’s Bar|Grill is upstairs overlooking the market, and is open during the week for fantastic express lunch deals, cosy dinners and now of course a great Friday and Saturday breakfast from 9am.

It’s a great way to start off a Saturday morning, you should try it!

For more information visit or the restaurant’s dedicated Facebook page.20140128-234307.jpg

Post Author: Belfast Times

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