The Belfry Deli and Café

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The Belfry Deli prides itself on stocking an enormous range of Irish produce, from cheeses like Cashel Blue and Vintage Irish Cheddar with Guinness to Limerick ham and Sprott's traditional dry-cure bacon. There's also a very good choice of handmade breads. Sited eight miles from the Giant's Causeway, so it's worth noting that The Belfry has opened a café next door. It attends a local produce market, too. Selling: Cheese / Dairy, Meats

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5 Church Lane
Coleraine
Co Londonderry
Co. Londonderry
BT52 1AG

Tel:028 7034 2906

Email: paul@thebelfrydeli.co.uk

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  • MichaelJ8996 MichaelJ8996 Posted 12 Nov 2009 8:36 PM

    The Belfry Cafe offers excellent food and friendly service and is unequaled for value for money. The deli also offers a great range of freshly made sandwichs and an array of cheeses. I would therefore highly reccommend this eating establishment and it is a credit to the proprieter Paul McCafferty.

  • AlastairW79337 AlastairW79337 Posted 12 Nov 2009 12:49 PM

    A good range of fine foods, from needing a coffee to a full lunch menu. The food is delicious, always fresh and very tasty, top-class service with friendly, welcoming staff. Value for money is excellent. Would recommend a visit if in the Coleraine area - The Belfry Deli and Cafe is a credit to the management (Paul McCafferty) and all his staff

  • simonY10663 simonY10663 Posted 09 Nov 2009 10:44 PM

    The belfry deli and cafe is by far the best place for quality food in Coleraine. Known for its fabulous array of fresh cheese and meats, may I quickly recommend the goats cheese, also for its friendly and accomodating staff, especially Mr McCafferty himself. The cafe is always busy with a nice atmosphere with a great lunch time menu to go with it. And the deli is superb for fresh sandwiches, especially the famous 'Simply Spanish'.

  • christopherd38501 christopherd38501 Posted 09 Nov 2009 10:44 PM

    when in coleraine the belfry is by far the best place to visit for a bite to eat. the food is delicious, always fresh and very tasty, top-class service with friendly, welcoming staff.

  • AliM95539 AliM95539 Posted 07 Nov 2009 10:55 PM

    I usually take my mum out to lunch once a month and as she is disabled and uses a walking aid finding somewhere which was suitable was difficult. We came across the Belfry Deli and were very impressed - wide open spaces and plenty of room for her to manouver her trolley - the staff couldnt be more helpful and the food is as Craig Revell Horward says A MAZ ING!!!! My favourite has to be the Roasted Red Pepper and Tomato soup and my mum, although she is working her way throught the menu, is a fan of the goats cheese salad. Its a definite if you wish a relaxing, fresh and valuable lunch - Keep up the brill work!!!!

  • DavidR9679 DavidR9679 Posted 07 Nov 2009 11:22 AM

    Quality is something that stands the test of time - and in that regard The Belfry Deli and Restaurant stands out as a must for all visitors to the north west. Over many years the Belfry has consistently produced outstanding food, locally sourced and prepared with the ultimate aim of customer delectation. It's lunches, sandwiches, cheeses, wraps and soups are legendary - just ask anyone in Coleraine and they'll tell you so. On top of that the staff are hard working and friendly and you will find no more enthusiastic and knowledegable a proprietor than Paul McCafferty. The goat's cheese salad is heavenly. Not to be missed!

  • ivorG88239 ivorG88239 Posted 29 Oct 2009 4:43 PM

    My wife and I went to the Belfry for lunch today and were very disappointed with the quality of the food. (We normally eat out at least once a week in the North West, and had been to the Ramore Wine Bar yesterday) My wife had chicken & vegetable bake & I had chicken goujons. The chips were really hard and over cooked as were the goujons, and the base & edge of the vegetable bake was exceptionally hard. The restaurant was reasonably busy and we didn’t want to make a fuss by complaining to one of the waitresses but this is the first time ever I have felt the need to complain about the quality of food but we will not be returning.

  • Cookiepuss Cookiepuss Posted 05 Sep 2006 4:13 PM

    A good range of foods from all over. Great lunches too.

  • RHEA 1 RHEA 1 Posted 29 Aug 2006 7:16 PM

    Great for unusual products. The food is lovely and staff are very friendly.

  • N111 N111 Posted 15 Aug 2006 5:23 PM

    The great food, and my mum tracey works here

  • sophiedoll sophiedoll Posted 09 Aug 2006 2:06 PM

    ingredients are always fresh sandwiches are prepared in front of you and the place is spotlessly clean

  • ciara 2 ciara 2 Posted 29 Jul 2006 5:54 PM

    best food in coleraine!!!!! and the apple tarts are lovely!! cant get a better sandwich any were! the staff are great, always putting customers first :)

  • Daddy Gerry Daddy Gerry Posted 29 Jul 2006 12:00 PM

    A range of produce you don't get anywhere else locally, really friendly staff, and the best rice crispy tray bake in the universe.

  • BabyTara BabyTara Posted 26 Jul 2006 10:46 AM

    Food gorgeous and staff very friendly..

  • Fiona 74 Fiona 74 Posted 26 Jul 2006 10:12 AM

    One of the best places i have been to eat in Northern Ireland. The staff are really friendly and the food is gorgeous. I just love this place.

  • johnty 1 johnty 1 Posted 26 Jul 2006 9:47 AM

    friendly staff, great service, more than excellent food

  • handbaghouse handbaghouse Posted 25 Jul 2006 8:46 PM

    this is the only place to eat in coleraine!!!

  • frank fourbes frank fourbes Posted 23 Jul 2006 5:57 PM

    the best i have seen for a very long time