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My husband and I recently stayed in Belfast for a week and on our last night we enjoyed a meal at The Barge. The staff were wonderful, the food was delicious and when they realised we were celebrating our silver anniversary the staff were fantastic!...More
Attended a live music evening below decks on this interesting barge moored on the river behind the Waterfront hall. There is a restaurant on deck but below is divided into and exhibition and museum and a long gallery with a stage at one end. Round...More
We were hosting very good Icelandic friends who we hadn't seen in 32 years! I asked for a recommendation bvia my Facebook and the suggestion that intrigued me was the Belfast Barge
What a pleasant surprise and a lovely evening
The whole atmosphere of an...More
Great service, great food and great atmosphere. Both the seafood and vegetarian boxty were delicious. One of the best meals we've eaten. Also the drink specials to start with were amazing. Well worth a visit. 👍
My husband and I booked the barge for our anniversary dinner and had looked forward to it for a month before, checking out menu to make sure we would be getting food we would enjoy.
Day of meal checked menu on route to restaurant- had...More
The barge is located near the Waterfront Hall and is easily accesible from the city centre, on foot. On one side it the barge houses a small maritime museum and on the other is the excellent restaurant "Holohan's at the Barge" (see separate reviews). Worth...More
Visiting belfast for the day we came across this little gem at the river, a restaurant on a boat. Authentic, traditional Irish food beautifully presented and tasted delicious. Thanks to the waitress and chef for making our trip to the titanic experience even more memorable.
Free entry. I called in to the museum that is downstairs in the barge. There was no-one around, just a lady upstairs behind a desk, who was able to direct me. I really liked all the genuine items on display, especially ones you could touch,...More