I’m planning a girlie night out and we’re heading to Belfast but I’m from Lisburn and don’t know Belfast at all, so I would really appreciate it if anyone could give me a few names of restaurants in walking distance off the Odyssey because we’re heading to the box after a meal. We like chinese and Italian so if anyone can give a few recommendations that would be a massive help. Thank you so much. Do you know what I found? List of nice restaurants in Belfast. . . ENJOY Belfast CoCo – In the former Roscoff premises, this is the new Belfast restaurant everybody is talking about Molly’s Yard -This atmospheric restaurant on two floors – informal ground floor bistro with a more elegant dining room above – on the site of former stables. Sun Kee Restaurant – The Lo family’s little place just off Shaftesbury Square has earned widespread recognition as one of Ireland’s most authentic Chinese restaurants. The Bank Gallery – Right on the Lagan and just a short stroll along a walkway from the Waterfront, this gently contemporary first floor restaurant is over a designer bar, The Edge. . Ten Square Hotel – The dashingly informal Grill Room & Bar, which occupies the whole of the ground floor, has become one of Belfast’s most desired restaurants and is always busy with non-residents. . Bennetts on Belmont • Good, fast and moderately priced food is the aim at this sister restaurant of Colleen’s famous Holywood restaurant, Fontana (see entry). Tedfords Restaurant – Sailing folk may remember Tedfords as a ship’s chandlers – you can almost smell the sisal even now, especially as there are reminders a-plenty of this listed building’s venerable maritime past. Bourbon – Behind an unassuming entrance lies an amazingly theatrical interior: totally at home alongside neighbouring buildings like the Crown Liquor Saloon and the Grand Opera House, it features pillars, palms, ornate plaster work and wrought iron, chandeliers and statues. . James Street South – Just across the road from the Europa Hotel, Niall and Joanne McKenna’s cool modern restaurant is well located and well-appointed in a beautifully understated style with white walls and crisp white linen, relieved by fresh flowers and effective lighting. . The Water Margin – This brassy 200-seater in a converted church at the bottom of the Ormeau Road is the biggest Chinese restaurant in Ireland. Nick’s Warehouse – Nick’s Warehouse is a clever conversion on two floors, with particularly interesting lighting and efficient aluminium duct air-conditioning. It’s a lively spot, notable for attentive, friendly service and good food. . Harbour View Teppanyaki – At this scenic Lagan side location beside the Waterfront Hall, the ever popular Japanese dining experience, Teppanyaki, is alive and well. Zen – An ultra modern, stunningly cool Japanese restaurant…. McHughs Bar & Restaurant – This remarkable pub near the Odyssey Arena is in one of Belfast’s few remaining 18th century buildings; built in 1711, it is the city’s oldest listed building. Avoca Cafe Belfast – Open since late 2007, the Belfast city centre branch of Avoca is the ninth store in Ireland for the renowned Wicklow-based homeware, fashion and food company. Number 27 – This relatively recent addition to Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter dining scene was quick to make an impact after opening in December 2007 The Barking Dog – Popular university area bar-restaurant in the former Rain City premises near the Egg and Bot (Eglantine and Botanic inns) Some of Belfast Restaurants list here- The John Hewitt, Bar & Restaurant Cargoes Café Deanes Deli Mourne Seafood Bar Belfast Café Renoir . Deanes & Queens Beatrice Kennedy Hotel The Merchant Hotel Ginger Hotel Cayenne Hotel Swantons Gourmet Foods The Crescent Townhouse Shu Hawthorne Coffee Shop Café Conor Deanes Restaurant The Olive Tree Company Aldens Restaurant Aldens in the City Hey I want to suggest you so many Belfast restaurants. but here I have answer limit . . So get more idea and information about Belfast here.