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Recession hits Belfast restaurants

Irish TimesThe Irish Times today covers the restaurant scene in Belfast, reporting that it has already been negatively affected by the recession.  The well-known Rankin group have closed all of their outlets except for their original Cayenne restaurant.

The piece is light on recommendations but does mention a two-course lunch in the Level Seven Restaurant at the Belfast Metropolitan College for £7.

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  1. Haven’t these Rakin restaurants been closed/closing for at least two years? The thing is Belfast has far far far too many restaurants and takeaways – more so than anywhere I’ve ever been! A serious amount of them are awful quality too – the place needs a giant recession sized clear out eateries.