Fodor's Expert Review Café Parisien
Taking its name from the eponymous first-class café on RMS Titanic, Café Parisien divides itself into a downstairs creprerie and a stylish upstairs restaurant in a landmark six-story sandstone building opposite City Hall. Choose from an array of savory or sweet crepes and galettes or head upstairs for main courses at lunch or dinner, which may include beef bourguignon or bouillabaisse, the celebrated stew of Provence. At £19.95 the two-course lunch menu du jour is expensive but worth it for the views. Ask for a terrace table (the halogen heaters keep you warm on a chilly day) from where you can watch the progress of city life and cradle a digestif.
1–3 Donegall Sq. N
Belfast, Co. Down BT1 5GA, Northern Ireland
- Unmissable savory crepes
- Belfast's best bouillabaisse
- Stunning views of City Hall