Six of the Best Restaurants for Clean Eating In Belfast
December 30, 2017 (No Comments) by Zuzanna Piasek

Eateries that offer good honest food and source wholesome ingredients can be hard to come by, especially when motivation is low during the festive season! That cheeky Nando’s or dirty chipper might seem like a good idea at the time, but thankfully there is healthy food out there that is just as flavorsome.

If you’re planning on heading up north this Winter and are looking for some seriously healthy food, then Belfast really is the place to be. We’re going to take a look at 6 super tasty restaurants that won’t let you stray too far from your diet.

1. Home – 22 Wellington Place

This restaurant has a very authentic New York style interior. Home has high ceilings, exposed columns, chalkboard menus and dark wooden floors. The menu will cater to all your needs as you will find exceptionally healthy dishes using grains and pulses. They also use locally produced rapeseed oil packed full of omegas and very little butter or cream.

home-restaurant

There are vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options too. Fresh fish is brought in from local ports around Northern Ireland and of course they source their foods locally from Northern Ireland or as close to home as they can. So next time your belly is rumbling, look no further.

Check out their website for more information and bookings – https://www.homebelfast.co.uk/

2. Tony and Jen’s – 727 Lisburn Road

Tony is a personal trainer and nutritionist while Jen is a baking expert, nutritionist and health writer. So you know you’ll be eating from those who know what they are talking about. They specialise in guilt free breakfasts and energy packed lunched to grab and go or sit in and enjoy.

Tony and Jen’s - 727 Lisburn Road

Tony and Jen have plenty of vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options too so all your needs can be catered to. Next time you’re heading along the River Lagan and are feeling peckish, pop in and try one of their beautiful breakfasts.

Check out their Facebook page for more information and bookings – https://www.facebook.com/tonyandjens/

3. The Skinny Kitchen – Boucher Road

A healthy place to eat whatever your diet, their goal is to make sure there is something here for you. The Skinny Kitchen aims to help you eat well and stick to your diet with meals that are fresh, natural and suit many different diets.

the-skinny-kitchen

They use local suppliers and free range products and serve wholesome food using quality ingredients. So next time you don’t feel like cooking, pop down, you will be well looked after.

Check out their website for more information and bookings – https://www.skinnykitchen.co/

4. The Ivory – House Of Fraser, Belfast

At the Ivory each product is carefully selected to compliment the other using the best of local produce from award winning suppliers. Vegetables are grown from their own Ivory garden, making an appearance in seasonal menus.

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Healthy options are always available so you can stay on top of your goals. Book a table for that weekly dinner that you won’t forget in a hurry.

Check out their website for more information and bookings – http://www.theivorybelfast.com/restaurant/home

5. The Honest Vegan – 336 Lisburn Road

There are never ending books and blogs that detail the health benefits of being on a vegan diet. Some people have chosen to do this full time and others once a week. Whatever your needs may be, the honest vegan tries to cater for you. Cruelty free foods that taste delicious are provided here.

Image may contain: food

Not only can you get healthy starters and mains. You can also get healthy desserts, without all that cream and butter, which can be hard to find if you are trying to stay healthy. Next time you’re looking for a wholesome eaterie, ring this place up.

Check out their website for more information and bookings – http://thehonestvegan.co.uk/

6. Miel et Moi – 703 Lisburn Road

Northern Ireland’s first licensed Patisserie and Cafe Bar.  The restaurant is inspired by classical French bars and patisseries. The pastries they make are hand baked daily using locally sourced ingredients.

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Miel et Moi also cook healthy meals to go with their desserts so book a reservation next time you’re looking for an evening out.

Check out their website for more information and bookings – http://www.mieletmoi.com/

Instead of thinking about doing some clean eating in Belfast, check out one of these deliciously healthy restaurants and just do it! Lots of their deserts are sweet but also deceptively healthy so everyone’s a winner. Don’t forget to take a look at our other healthy clean eating guides for when you’re traveling around the country in the new year.

Zuzanna Piasek
Passionate about all things creative including food and hoping to spread a few good messages. I believe the most important thing you’ll ever do is stay true to yourself, so be free and be you!

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Six of the Best Restaurants for Clean Eating In Belfast
December 30, 2017 (No Comments) by Zuzanna Piasek

Eateries that offer good honest food and source wholesome ingredients can be hard to come by, especially when motivation is low during the festive season! That cheeky Nando’s or dirty chipper might seem like a good idea at the time, but thankfully there is healthy food out there that is just as flavorsome.

If you’re planning on heading up north this Winter and are looking for some seriously healthy food, then Belfast really is the place to be. We’re going to take a look at 6 super tasty restaurants that won’t let you stray too far from your diet.

1. Home – 22 Wellington Place

This restaurant has a very authentic New York style interior. Home has high ceilings, exposed columns, chalkboard menus and dark wooden floors. The menu will cater to all your needs as you will find exceptionally healthy dishes using grains and pulses. They also use locally produced rapeseed oil packed full of omegas and very little butter or cream.

home-restaurant

There are vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options too. Fresh fish is brought in from local ports around Northern Ireland and of course they source their foods locally from Northern Ireland or as close to home as they can. So next time your belly is rumbling, look no further.

Check out their website for more information and bookings – https://www.homebelfast.co.uk/

2. Tony and Jen’s – 727 Lisburn Road

Tony is a personal trainer and nutritionist while Jen is a baking expert, nutritionist and health writer. So you know you’ll be eating from those who know what they are talking about. They specialise in guilt free breakfasts and energy packed lunched to grab and go or sit in and enjoy.

Tony and Jen’s - 727 Lisburn Road

Tony and Jen have plenty of vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options too so all your needs can be catered to. Next time you’re heading along the River Lagan and are feeling peckish, pop in and try one of their beautiful breakfasts.

Check out their Facebook page for more information and bookings – https://www.facebook.com/tonyandjens/

3. The Skinny Kitchen – Boucher Road

A healthy place to eat whatever your diet, their goal is to make sure there is something here for you. The Skinny Kitchen aims to help you eat well and stick to your diet with meals that are fresh, natural and suit many different diets.

the-skinny-kitchen

They use local suppliers and free range products and serve wholesome food using quality ingredients. So next time you don’t feel like cooking, pop down, you will be well looked after.

Check out their website for more information and bookings – https://www.skinnykitchen.co/

4. The Ivory – House Of Fraser, Belfast

At the Ivory each product is carefully selected to compliment the other using the best of local produce from award winning suppliers. Vegetables are grown from their own Ivory garden, making an appearance in seasonal menus.

Image may contain: food

Healthy options are always available so you can stay on top of your goals. Book a table for that weekly dinner that you won’t forget in a hurry.

Check out their website for more information and bookings – http://www.theivorybelfast.com/restaurant/home

5. The Honest Vegan – 336 Lisburn Road

There are never ending books and blogs that detail the health benefits of being on a vegan diet. Some people have chosen to do this full time and others once a week. Whatever your needs may be, the honest vegan tries to cater for you. Cruelty free foods that taste delicious are provided here.

Image may contain: food

Not only can you get healthy starters and mains. You can also get healthy desserts, without all that cream and butter, which can be hard to find if you are trying to stay healthy. Next time you’re looking for a wholesome eaterie, ring this place up.

Check out their website for more information and bookings – http://thehonestvegan.co.uk/

6. Miel et Moi – 703 Lisburn Road

Northern Ireland’s first licensed Patisserie and Cafe Bar.  The restaurant is inspired by classical French bars and patisseries. The pastries they make are hand baked daily using locally sourced ingredients.

Image may contain: food

Miel et Moi also cook healthy meals to go with their desserts so book a reservation next time you’re looking for an evening out.

Check out their website for more information and bookings – http://www.mieletmoi.com/

Instead of thinking about doing some clean eating in Belfast, check out one of these deliciously healthy restaurants and just do it! Lots of their deserts are sweet but also deceptively healthy so everyone’s a winner. Don’t forget to take a look at our other healthy clean eating guides for when you’re traveling around the country in the new year.

Zuzanna Piasek
Passionate about all things creative including food and hoping to spread a few good messages. I believe the most important thing you’ll ever do is stay true to yourself, so be free and be you!

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