Eat Street

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 11 reviews )
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231 Lisburn Rd, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT97EN

Vegan restaurant opened Dec 2017. Offers a varied menu with burgers and tofu dishes, cupcakes and sausage rolls, chowder and smoothies. Open Mon-Thu 9:30am-9:00pm, Fri-Sat 9:30am-10:00pm, Sun 11:00am-8:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, Western, Fast food, Bakery, European, Fusion

11 Reviews

First Review by Jomo112233

Don't judge a book by it's cover - Edit

Brilliant food, good prices, friendly staff. Had a lovely breakfast, really enjoyed the caramel popcorn smoothie (though forgot to ask for no plastic straw) and we took away some sausage rolls and cupcakes that we loved and it all went down well with the veggies and carnists we shared them with! The décor could be a little more inviting to draw in curious carnists but otherwise a great new eatery much needed in Belfast 👍🏼

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Everything delicious! - Edit

Me and my family ate brunch here yesterday and all had the cooked vegan breakfast. It was great and we particularly enjoyed the home made vegan sausage and the beans. I also tried a dirty latte which was like a sweetened chai latte with espresso and loved it! My partner had a popcorn caramel smoothie and it was delicious!!! We all took sausage rolls home for the next day and have just heated them up and they have to be the best vegan sausage rolls I’ve ever had! They are ginormous and very filling! Can’t recommend enough, will be back again. 5 stars

Pros: Home made food

Cons: Some additional vegan inspired deco/ambience coul

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great burger - Edit

Really enjoyed this place. I’m not vegan but my partner is and we both loved it. Will definitely be back

Pros: great vegan menu, friendly staff , relaxed and comfortable

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Definitely worth a visit - Edit

Eat Street looks very unpromising from the outside, and the decor doesn't do it any favours either. But the food is delicious! We had the cheese and bacon burger, and the sausages and mash. Both dishes were excellent. The staff are lovely too. The only disappointment was the coffee.

Pros: Lovely staff, Varied menu, Delicious food

Cons: Uninspired decor, doesn't represent the cafe well

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Robust Vegan Bistro - Edit

Had you told the 19/20 year old Vegan me (over a decade ago) as I consumed a packet of salt and vinegar KP peanuts for lunch because nobody did vegan anything in Belfast, that one day not only would there be a Vegan restaurant, but that there would be two on the same street, I would have never believed you.

This place offers an impressive diversity of hearty vegan meals. All are solid, involve several kinds of vegan proteins - not just soya based. It seems to focus on proper men's food, catering perfectly to a local audience. Chilli dogs and bacon cheeseburgers rub shoulders with fish n chips as well as penne pasta and soup.
Perhaps more dinner-y than lunch-y, with a slightly higher cost - but happy to incur for reasons of quality.
Can remember being in this shop decades ago when it was a sandwich shop called Dantes. Its now done up with printed tables showing Belfast attractions as well as wooden wall art.
Service was fast and ate around 20 mins after ordering.

A highly recommended, down to earth vegan joint serving bistro style classics in an indie, but slick, environment. The vegan Springsteen's really!

Will be back to try the rest of the menu. Not salad centric nor falafel obsessed, there are plenty of other places for that if you want it though.

UPDATE: tried chili dog (sanic) and bacon burger, as well as brownie. Delicious almost beyond description. Go to toilet as well, you get to see the kitchen and enjoy the decor! I'm crowning this best vegan place in Belfast. Cost reasonable, taste excellent.

Updated from previous review on 2018-01-03

Pros: Hearty, Only vegan bistro food , Great service

Cons: Small side

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Delicious, Creative Vegan Food - Edit

It's great to find a fully vegan restaurant in Belfast showcasing extensive menus, quality food and reasonable prices. Eat Street's currently open seven days a week serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus it's BYOB (corkage £2). When a couple of friends and I visited on Friday evening, 05/01/2018, we loved the warm, welcoming ambience and extensive menu. I ordered a starter of crispy Salt & Pepper Tofu, a moreish dish matched with sweet-chilli and creme-fraiche style sauces. My Tofu-fish main was mouthwatering and came with chunky chips, mushy peas, tartare sauce and salad. Delicious, creative vegan food which looked great on the plate and was filling too. Both my veggie and meat-eating dining companions loved Eat Street. In addition to the tasty tofu we all thought the Ceasar Salad, Hummus and 'Rib' dishes exceptional. A fantastic and thoroughly enjoyable evening.

Pros: 100% Vegan , BYOB, Delicious and filling food

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Excellent vegan place - Edit

A really fantastic selection here which is more varied than the usual "salad bowl" fayre (I'm looking at you, the "honest vegan") with specials and so forth. Much like a traditional restaurant with a menu that's from about 4 to 10 gbp. Not bad at all and their fries are great!

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Best vegan place Belfast! - Edit

Food is great, service is great. They play cool music and the people are awesome!

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Most definitely on my List - Edit

Very friendly- food is exciting - shocked at just how well everything tasted. Staff are extremely friendly and the chef is straight out of Belfast. ( He’s got personality!)
Belfast is proving to be one of the leaders in this new Vegan explosion around Europe.
I would most certainly recommend Eat Street to anyone - but in particular anyone using this app - you will not be disappointed.

Pros: Friendly , Great tastes , Super Coffee

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Beautiful vegan food - Edit

While on a short trip to Belfast, went for dinner to Eat Street with my friends and we came back for dinner the second night. Not that Belfast lacks in restaurants (although you won't be spoilt for choice when it comes to exclusively vegan places), it's just that the food was simply gorgeous, creative and served by the friendliest of people. The fact that they are open until later is a bonus as a well. Plus, you get to bring your own bottle of whatever.
All the food that we tried was just so good.... As we found out, their sweet potato chowder is creamy and satisfying and a great starter on a cold day. The tofish with grilled lemon was delish, as were the the jackfruit burger, the tempeh skewers and the special Christmas dinner. The portions are of good size too, so if you're hungry, you'll be well catered for.
Desserts deserve a mention as well and there was something for everybody: chocolate cake, lemon drop merengues, spicy and creamy rice brulee. Didn't get to try the banoffee dessert, but I will be back for that and more.
Got some sausage rolls and raspberry and coconut chocolate covered bars to take away and they were great brekkie items the second day.
Btw, not everyone in my gang is vegan and they loved the food.
Thanking all of the staff at Eat Street for the nourishing food and the warm welcome.

Pros: Great food, Friendly and attentive staff, Opening hours

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Amazing!!! - Edit

Food amazing!!! Service amazing!!! I love this place. As a quirky feel to it which sets it out from other restaurants. Would definitely recommend it to everyone, including meat eaters

Pros: Tasty, Friendly

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