Talk about a place with a view! This oh-so-chic café looks onto Belfast City Hall. The outside terrace with French-style tables and chairs wouldn’t look out of place on the Rive Gauche. Stunning décor aside, the food is tres bien.
As with all Taste of Ulster members, local products take centre stage. Suppliers include Hannan Meat, McAtamney’s Butchers, East Coast and Ewing Seafoods, Get Fresh and North Down for vegetables, Zac’s Bakehouse and Glastry Farm Ice-Cream
They do breakfast, crepes, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. The menus change seasonally under Head Chef Andrew McKeown but expect dishes like Confit duck leg, flageolet bean cassoulet and sherry dressing, pan-fried sea bream, broccoli purée, basil crushed potatoes, ratatouille and almonds and vanilla and orange creme brûlée, poached rhubarb and a Viennese biscuit.
For everything from a coffee and a croissant or a cocktail to a wedding feast, Café Parisien is French Savoir Faire in the heart of the city.
The Creperie is open from 9-5 for breakfast crepes/ brunch options. Lunch 12-4 A la Carte Dinner from 5pm