Loaf Café and Bakery
The Loaf Café and Bakery in Belfast was officially opened for business in June 2015.
Based on the busy Grosvenor Road, directly across from the entrance to the Royal Victoria Hospital, the interior boasts some original fixtures salvaged from the former Oak Bar which previously occupied the site.
If you’re one of the many who come here for breakfast, lunch or coffee and a scone, you’re also doing some good.
Loaf is a social enterprise run by the NOW Group which supports people with learning difficulties and autism into jobs with a future.
Among the most popular items on the menu are homemade soups and salads, award-winning sausage rolls and a changing selection of sweet treats.
Loaf’s locally sourced and homemade food is also available at The Bobbin in Belfast City Hall, Loaf at the Ulster American Folk Park in Omagh and Loaf pottery in Crawfordsburn – where the offer is extended to include artisan pizza and beautiful, handmade pottery.