Have you ever wished you could nibble tapas over drinks when out in Belfast city centre? Enter EDŌ (pronounced ‘AYE-DOH’ from the Latin ‘I eat’) with its take on contemporary European dining.
From the para picar menu you can graze on Padrón peppers, croquettes, olives and bread before moving onto charcuterie, verduras, fried bites, seafood and meat. And how about finishing with churros or ice cream with Pedro Ximenez for dessert? Expect seasonal changes to the menu and an abundance of local suppliers – Hannan and Lisdergan Meats, Ewing’s seafood, North Down Group, Picked Organic and Zak’s Bakehouse. With seating for 60 diners, there’s plenty of room.
Aside from the delicious food menu, the drinks menu is also worth perusing – who doesn’t love a Bramble or French Martini? And let’s not forget, it’s Michelin recommended, and those guys know good food. Perfect for a night out or as a pit stop if you are shopping in town.
Opening hours Tuesday–Saturday, 12 noon–late