Dad, Papa, Padre, Jim?  Whatever you call him your dad deserves something special this Father’s Day.  We understand that Father’s day gifts are never easy but we are sure about one thing, all dads love some good food!  The question is, where? Let ResDiary help you  with our guide to some stellar  Father’s Day dining in Belfast.

Horatio Todd's: For the Pharmaceutical Dad

Situated in Ballyhackamore in East Belfast, Horatio Todd’s is an award winning local bar and restaurant. Taking it’s name from local celebrated Pharmacist Horatio Todd , who was  well-known for his concoctions and  expertise in perfume making, for members of the royal family! This Father’s Day HoratioTodds have concocted a menu, good enough for the king of your house! Including  Roast Irish beef with homemade Yorkshire pudding and rich onion gravy and all the trimmings.  True to their chemistry roots – make sure you get your Dad something of the extensive cocktail menu.

Where: 406 Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast, BT4 3E
Price:  2 courses £16.95/3 courses £19.95

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Harleys: For the Bad-Ass Biker Dad

Give Dad a taste of America with a visit to Harleys Belfast.  Located in Finaghy, Belfast, Jack Harleys is an authentic flame grilled experience with meat galore! Think big juicy burgers, monster flame grilled steaks and BBQ ribs (Drools).  That’s not all folks Harleys also do signature hot wings and fresh made boozy shakes which are sure to make any Father’s Day more memorable.

Where: 33-37 Finaghy Road North, Finaghy, Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, BT10 0JB
Price: £15-25

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Il Pirata : For the Small Plates Dad

Cool.Rustic. Italian. Il Pirata has been making waves since it opened it’s doors. Described by Joe Warwick, The Guardian as Belfast’s  ” own answer to Polpo and co over in London. And – whisper it – if anything, the cooking’s even better” this place knows how to pack a small plate with flavour! The Cichetti is stunning, we loved the  Lemon and Mint marinated Bocconcini and  Tuscan spiced Goat Ravioli Fritti , followed by Il Pirata’s stunning house Tiramisu. This is a fun, social way to dine with your Dad this Father’s Day.

Where: 278-281 Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast, United Kingdom, BT2 7BB
Price: £15-20

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Nu-Delhi Lounge: For the "Something Nu" Dad

Treat Dad to something “Nu” this Father’s Day.   Nu Delhi  and witness some never before seen cuisine in Northern Ireland.  Using local produce such as tender lamb chops or sea bass, Nu Delhi combine these meats with a unique fusion of Indian spices sure to leave the taste buds tantalised.  Enjoy the cosmopolitan setting with vibrant music and  a cocktail or two. 

Where: 25 Bruce Street, Belfast, United Kingdom, BT2 7JD
Price: £20-35

Enjoy some fine Indian food here

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