Love is in the air!
As are all the overpriced Valentine’s menus promising romantic ambience with that special someone over the Valentine’s period.
I think there’s more to romance than being squeezed into a room where you are touching elbows with the stranger beside you and have you use the torch on your phone to read the menu.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
Well, that is until you get hungry again. Breakfast is the meal that sets you up for the day; it can make or break your mood. I have had many a cranky day due a pitiful half bowl of Cornflakes early on.
Outlet stores are commonly known as the place to go to bulk buy, but only if you are a business owner.
Lynas, best known for their providing food to catering companies and restaurants has three outlet stores in Northern Ireland available to the public.
The Ulster Museum consistently tops lists of things to do in Belfast, especially those based on free activities. The museum is within ten minutes walk from my home, so I regularly visit.
Recent visits include seeing the Silent Testimony exhibition as well as attending a talk from an astronaut.
2016 is the Year of Food and Drink in Northern Ireland. Each month there is a focus on an aspect of Northern Irish dining. The spotlight is on breakfast in January.
As someone lives in south Belfast, I may be biased in saying it is the best part of the city. I have collated some of the best breakfast spots in south Belfast: