Romantic Restaurants in Belfast

Do your date night ideas usually revolve around the dinner table? Whether you're the kind of couple that loves laidback hideaways teaming bare-brick walls with dishes by candlelight, or prefer the finer things in life like Michelin-starred plates and fancy decor, our guide to the most romantic restaurants in Belfast has something for all occasions. 

Last updated on 29th June 2021

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Whether it's the first date or number 93857, you should always bring your A-game. Show your special someone just how much you care with a table at Coppi, where modern Italian food is washed down with aperitifs.

Walls lined with newspaper, cosy corner booths and red backlighting make Darcy's a laidback place to eat in Belfast. One for those of you after something a little chilled out, the Bradbury Place hideaway is a real romantic restaurant.

Teaming Asian cuisine with a bustling atmosphere, Yügo City is definitely one for romance. Cosy up with bae and gaze into each other's eyes as you tuck into the likes of crispy pork dumplings, spiced monkfish, soft shell crab and plenty more.

Tucked away in the Cathedral Quarter, this acclaimed restaurant is in prime position for romantic dates in Belfast. Splash out on sirloin, seabream and cured ox cheek or keep things budget-friendly with the early bird menu that offers 3 courses for just £22.50.

A great choice when it comes to romantic restaurants in Belfast city centre, you can count on EDO no matter the occasion. Bring your other half here for small plates like beef cheek and truffle linguini or salt cod fritters with seaweed tartare.