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BULL & RAM BELFAST has officially opened it’s doors to welcome the people

Owned by Executive Head Chef Kelan McMichael (pictured below) who opened the award-winning Bull & Ram in Ballynahinch last year which has already accrued over fifteen awards, this new venture is set to bring Belfast a little taste of 1930’s style speakeasy dining with a menu that promises flair in its simplicity of local ingredients.

Situated in the vibrant Queen’s Quarter of Belfast, the premises has been carefully restored over the last couple of months with the help of interior designer John Teuton Design. Set over two floors, the 1930’s décor offers an intimate dining experience with hand-crafted marble-topped bars, luxurious snug booths, stylish lighting, and beautiful brass fittings, which all add to the sophistication of this beautiful period property.

Staying true to Kelan’s passion for local produce, BULL & RAM BELFAST will serve the very best quality meat & local produce. Kelan McMichael says “BULL & RAM BELFAST will be Belfast’s ‘go to’ for the best Sunday roast, a must for a world-class steak, and a destination for lovers of oysters and cocktails. Myself and my team, headed up by chef Conrad Quinn, will create simple but innovative dishes using the finest of local ingredients. Diners will enjoy the simplicity of the menu, yet, they will be able to feast on the finest of what this country has to offer such as Glenarm Shorthorn beef, dry-aged in Himalayan salt, a Great Taste Award Supreme Champion & dual gold winner at the World Steak Challenge. It is, in my opinion, the best beef to be found. Oysters delivered fresh daily, will come from the shores of Killough in County Down. We will have our ‘house’ menu offering our well-known favourites such as our Big Bull Burger and beef dripping chips as well as daily specials and the menu will be constantly changing. Our Calf & Lamb menu is for children and is simply a reduced portion size offering of the main menu. Everyone is welcome. “

Whether dining on oysters or sitting enjoying a Sunday roast with a pint of Guinness, or a local Gallopers artisan ale, BULL & RAM BELFAST, offers something for everyone. An innovative cocktail menu named ‘44’ is also worth investigating and has been cleverly crafted and designed by their new master cocktail mixologist.

Daryl Sheilds, Operations and General Manager who has recruited over 20 staff for the new Belfast venture says: “We have the most amazing new team in place now. Passionate people who have a genuine interest in food and who have all begun our ‘provenance’ training with our amazing suppliers. I can’t wait to work in Belfast with the new team and I love the fact that there’s nothing quite like it in Belfast right now offering oysters with a cocktail menu to excite the most discerning guests.”

Pictured below is some of the team

Bull & Ram Belfast

44 University Road, BT7 1NJ

Tel: 02890 312 229

Click here to visit the website

Bull & Ram is also at:

1 Dromore Street, Ballynahinch, Co. Down, BT24 8AG.

Tel: 02897 560 908

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