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For Seafood Week, Fish City Belfast are offering a bespoke seafood menu, just for kids, and totally free!
Fish for Fundraising! John Lavery of Fish City Belfast will be welcoming the RNLI this coming Friday as they fundraise to support the local charity. Aiming to raise enough funds to train another potential volunteer for Kilkeel RNLI Station, this charity is close to John’s heart.
Fish City which opened in Belfast last year has just won ‘Best Seafood Establishment’ at The Food Awards Northern Ireland 2017.
A FISH and chip shop will compete directly with one of the finest show caves in Europe in an unlikely head-to-head in this year’s Northern Ireland Tourism Awards.
Last weekend we went to Belfast to check out the Fish City restaurant in the city centre. Located on Ann Street next to Victoria Square, Fish City is something of a rarity in the heart of Belfast – a proper fish and chip shop! While John Long’s has been serving fish and chips in the city since 1914, Fish City has taken things to another level, and this award-winning fish and chip shop just adds to the huge variety of eating options that Belfast City Centre now has.
With tourism being ever more important in Northern Ireland to help sustain our local economy, we are continually driving new opportunities and ideas to ensure we can both sustain it, as well as increase it. Sustainable tourism is an area which not many know about or recognise as one of N.Ireland’s increasing businesses and considerations.
A local couple from Ballynahinch are behind an innovative new fish and chip restaurant and takeaway serving healthy options in Belfast city centre.
The award-winning Fish City Belfast welcomed guests to the launch of their ‘Healthy Options Menu’ on 1st March with key speaker Christopher Elliott, Professor of Food Safety and founder of the Institute for Global Food Security at Queen’s University Belfast.
Fish City Belfast launched its fund-raising programme for 2017 to support the RNLI train more volunteers to protect our coastline.
Fish and chips. The go-to comfort food for all generations, possibly as popular as that other great Irish dish, chicken tikka masala, and now super competitive and trendy, fish and chips is gaining a new notoriety in some quarters.
‘Fish City’ Belfast, has won yet another award! Leading the way as they are presented with the ‘Marketing Innovation Award’ representing Northern Ireland, it has been announced they are one of the three finalists in the UK 2017 National Fish & Chip Awards, organised by Seafish.
Showing an innovative approach to marketing their businesses has landed three fish and chip shops in the final of the 2017 National Fish & Chip Awards.
Fish City is at the forefront of industry changes in the Fish and Chip sector, with the Belfast restaurant and take away being one of the first in the UK to offer healthier portion sizes, and providing nutritional content as part of an industry drive to keep fish and chips at the top of the takeaways.
Vying to take the title of healthiest fish and chip shop from reigning champions Harbourside in Plymouth is Towngate Fisheries in Idle, Bradford, West Yorkshire and Fish City in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Ann Street has been boosted by the arrival of award winning fish and chip restaurant and take away, Fish City, which has recently opened its first outlet in the city centre.
Fish City’ Belfast, is Northern Ireland’s newest offering to the fish and chip industry and has just been shortlisted into the Top Three finalists in the ‘Good Catch – The Sustainable Seafood Award’ for the 2017 National Fish and Chip Awards.
A Belfast fish restaurant aiming to inspire city centre shoppers to enjoy fish in a healthy way has been shortlisted for a UK - wide sustainability award.
Three MSC certified fish and chip shops have been recognised for leading the way in the sourcing and promotion of sustainable fish and shellfish. Rockfish in Brixham, Devon, Fish City in Belfast and Papa’s Fish and Chips in Hull, East Yorkshire, are all finalists in the Good Catch – The Sustainable Seafood Award at the 2017 National Fish & Chip Awards.
BELFAST’S Ann Street has been boosted by the arrival of award-winning fish and chip restaurant and take-away Fish City, which has opened its first outlet in the city centre.
FISH CITY BELFAST, HAS BEEN SHORTLISTED FOR THE COVETED UK 2017 National Fish & Chip Awards - Independent Takeaway Fish and Chip Shop of the Year Award. Finals to be held in London.
‘Fish City’ in Belfast, is Northern Ireland’s newest offering to the fish and chip industry with a very unique selling point. It focuses on seafood sustainability and traceability, including environmental issues relating to our coastline. Unlike their competitors, ‘Fish City’ already have a number of national and international accolades to their belt including professional memberships and awards.