Monday 12 - 9.30PM
Tuesday 12 - 9.30PM
Wednesday 12 - 9.30PM
Thursday 12 - 9.30PM
Friday 12 - 10PM
Saturday 12 - 10PM
Sunday 12 - 9PM
- Disabled Access
- Free WiFi
- Children Welcome (Up to 8pm)
- Gluten Free Available
About Made In Belfast - Cityhall
Back in 2005 much travelled Kent girl Emma Bricknell put her names of several cities into a hat. Whichever one she pulled out would be her next place of residence. It could have been Barcelona, Sydney, Manchester or Cornwall but the name on the paper was Belfast. And that, in a sense, was the origin of one of Belfast’s most popular and idiosyncratic restaurants, Made In Belfast, which opened in April 2008.
The Company ethos is that the money goes into the food so the design concept they wanted was suited to scouring skips and second hand shops with a little bit of Ikea here and there. It’s constantly changing too, they have sheds full of antiques like old saucepans and pottery jars. In fact the anarchic but very beguiling decor of Made In Belfast’s original Wellington Street outlet has become part of its attraction, giving it a real stand out identity.
The Company’s main priority has been and always will be the food, which had to be high quality, locally sourced where possible and ethically and environmentally sourced. We were inspired by restaurants like Hawksmoor, Medcalf and St John’s where the standards of animal husbandry are very high. We are looking primarily for producers who we can be sure really look after their animals.
The approach to food reflects the owners own preferences. “it’s back to basic, rustic peasant food but with influences from all over the world, Aussie burgers, Russian salads and Scandi Smushis - anything goes.
Following the success of the original Made In Belfast, we opened Hooligans in the Cathedral Quarter’s Talbot Street in summer 2010. Envisage as a pop-up restaurant it re-emerged as Made In Belfast Cathedral Quarter on April 1, 2011.
Bread for starter didn’t appear fresh. Main course very tasty but Luke warm. Restaurant when first entered had a fusty smell. Sheepskin rugs on window bench weren’t that inviting felt bit grubby! Sorry !!!
Had a lovely Sunday lunch here, tasty food and very friendly staff.
We weren't give sufficient notice that we had to pre-order for a large booking and it was alot of hassle to pull it together on the day.
Beautiful food every time. My favourite place to eat in Belfast. Great service!!
Great location - moments from the Glider stop! Food was really good, as was the service, though we weren’t expecting it to be quite so fast. Would have preferred a more leisurely visit, but perhaps some people want to be in and out very quickly.
We had a super time and the food was great. A very loud group was enjoying a celebration, so sadly the sound level made it hard to have a conversation.
catered very well for a large part of 22. Excellent food and service
Always great food, drink, service and atmosphere
Made in Belfast was the venue for a dinner for the Faculty for a course held in Belfast. We had visitors from England, Scotland and Wales, and they thoroughly enjoyed the food, drinks, excellent service and the atmosphere. It was a great opportunity for us to show off Belfast's great dining, and you didn't disappoint! Thank you for your fantastic customer service and superb food.
Lovely venue with good food
Lovely ambience and decor. Staff were very friendly & patient and were able to recommend dishes. Will definately go back
I choose Made in Belfast as our monthly date night venue and my partner was pleasantly surprised with my choice. He loved the quirky vintage decor, the ambient atmosphere, our attentive server who didnt even need to write our orders down yet still manage to get everything correct was very impressive; I didnt catch his name but he was a lovely young guy with a nose ring if that helps narrow things down. Most importantly not forgetting the awesome food and drinks we had, started and main courses being our favourites with so much variety and choice on the menu. We had such a great evening and will definitely return in the near future!
Fantastic meal as always!
Good food, good service, recommended.
I am a student and I had a freind who is also a student visiting me here in Belfast. We wanted to do something really nice together but we both have a student budget, and so we went to Made In Belfast. She is a vegan, and she was super impresses with the vegan curry. I had th fish and chips on a whim, and I was so impressed. I have other family coming to visit in the summer and I'll definely be making another booking.
Two male waiters where fantastic customer service
Service was excellent. Food was good but I think sauce in my steak was not flavoursome
Great food. Staff very friendly.
Top quality food and top quality service for a large party of 31 people. Everyone had a great night there and we will definitely be back.
Love this place, delicious food and amazing team! 💕
Staff very friendly and helpful
Had a lovely time - special thanks to Matt who was great craic! Standout dish was the pork belly xx
Service was excellent. The menu has just changed and we were spoiled for choice
I booked the restaurant for 4 people and we decided to order from the pre theatre 🎭 menu, very apt as we were going to the Opera House. Food was delicious and really good value, drinks were spot on and special mention to the restaurant’s own West Coast Cooler drink 🍸👌🏻. Brilliant waiter, funny, chatty and attentive, only sorry I don’t have his name to post. Fab visit 👍🏻