There are a huge number of things to do and see when you visit Belfast for business or for a few days off. And why not kick off the day the right way with a scrumptious breakfast? Belfast city is heaving with great places to break your fast so Travelodge Ireland Hotels thought we’d make it easier for you to narrow your choices down.
Check out our Top 5 Belfast Breakfast Locations and then plan your trip to the Travelodge Belfast Central Hotel. For the health-conscious among you, don’t worry there are plenty of alternatives on offer to the Ulster Fry. But for those who fancy a break from their healthy routine, the Ulster Fry is also included! Here are 5 top Belfast breakfast locations that we think you’ll lap up.
1: A St George’s Market Bar and Grill Breakfast
You’ve probably heard of the famous market that this restaurant overlooks but you may not know about the high-quality breakfast on offer just steps from the Victorian covered market. Yes, you can have the most delicious Ulster Fry sourced straight from St. George’s Market, an award-winning fry in fact, but you can have plenty of healthy options too that are as plucked direct from the bustling market. Add in a lively and friendly atmosphere and you have a real contender for best Belfast breakfast when you eat at St George’s Market Bar and Grill.
2: Breakfast in Maggie Mays Belfast
You don’t have to be a Rod Stewart fan to eat in Maggie Mays but the breakfast may have you breaking out into song! If you’ve been enjoying a night on the cobblestones of Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter, then this is the place to soak up some of your overexuberance. This is perhaps the location of all Ulster Fry locations to indulge but the breakfast paninis and the scrambled eggs are also to be highly recommended. For a hearty breakfast, definitely check out Maggie Mays on Malone Road in Belfast City.
3: Break your Fast in Belfast’s Birdcage
Sit down for breakfast at Birdcage on Stranmillis Road and you’ll have many choices of tasty dishes to choose from. Spinach with chorizo and guacamole for the healthy; heavenly poached eggs on sourdough bread for a delicious snack; the fr-omelette, a different take on the Ulster Fry and an extraordinary melange of oven baked pork products, tomatoes and egg, for the soakage. Get set for a long enjoyable breakfast at the Birdcage.
Budget for your Breakfast with Belfast Central Hotels
Whatever restaurant or café you decide to eat breakfast in during your trip to Belfast you’re never far from our Travelodge Belfast Hotel. Right in the heart of the city centre our cheap Belfast hotel is a few steps from City Hall and is the perfect base for your weekend of great breakfasts!
Book our budget hotel in Belfast direct through Travelodge.ie and you’re guaranteed the best possible prices for your city stay. Have a stay to remember in Belfast with every one of our comfortable rooms having a flat screen TV, spacious en suite bathroom and a comfy bed for your convenience.
4: The Cast and Crew Belfast Breakfast
If you’re planning a trip to the Titanic Experience during your visit to Belfast city, plan a breakfast at Cast and Crew on Queens Road in the Titanic Quarter. The menu isn’t vast at this ideally-located breakfast venue and naturally it includes an Ulster Fry but the more interesting choices include smoked salmon and scrambled eggs and don’t miss out on the grilled mushrooms and poached eggs. Don’t miss out on the ideal breakfast to fortify you for your visit to the Titanic exhibition at Belfast’s Cast and Crew.
5: A Harlem Café Breakfast in Belfast
The last breakfast location on our list of Top 5 Belfast Breakfasts couldn’t be much closer to our Travelodge Belfast Hotel. The Harlem Café is the perfect breakfast pit stop during your stay in the city. Rest easy as you people watch from behind the art nouveau windows and try something on an extremely varied menu highlighting local produce from all-day frys to eggs every which way. Beware, though, the lunch and dinner at the Harlem Café are so good that you may end up staying way past breakfast.