Occupying a former iron foundry on Donegall Street, Hadskis is all about modern dining. Brunch is every bit as important as dinner here, with French 75s and margaritas ready to wash down dishes like waffles, eggs and bacon drenched in maple syrup.
Brunch in Belfast
We've said it before and we'll say it again; weekends were made for brunch. There's just nothing quite like bottomless mimosas and pancakes stacked high, is there? Whether you're after the standard eggs Benedict and Belfast bap or fancy a little mid-morning fine dining, take a look at our guide to the best restaurants for brunch in Belfast.
When it comes to the best places for breakfast and brunch in Belfast, Bert's Jazz Bar is high on our list. Not only is this gorgeous hotel restaurant oozing 1930s New York glamour, but its Sunday brunch menu features aperitifs, fancy starters and mains from coq au vin to baked camembert.
Serving up some of the best coffee in the city, Town Square is pairing Aeropress lattes and V60 Americanos with a menu of avocado on sourdough, shakshuka, Belfast baps and burgers stuffed with bacon, relish, cheddar and red onion. As for the cocktails, you'll find mojitos, espresso martinis and a gin-tipped Passion of the Peach.
From vegan burgers to Asian chilli beef, AMPM is fulfilling all your Belfast brunch needs. Head to the bohemian restaurant where stunning decor, plush seating and a rooftop terrace join tasty plates and brunch cocktails in the form of bellinis, bloody marys, mimosas and breakfast martinis.
Nestled atop the Bullitt Hotel, Babel is the rooftop bar and restaurant that's perfect for bottomless brunch in Belfast. Fill up on free-flowing cocktails and a mouthwatering spread that includes fluffy pancakes topped with fresh fruit.