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Coppi

2 St Anne's Square, Cathedral Quarter, Belfast, County Antrim, BT1 2LR
Coppi

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Since opening in 2012, Coppi has twisted the flavour of Belfast’s food scene for good. Introducing cichetti to town, a Venetian style of tapas, husband and wife team Tony and Andrea O’Neill brought Venice to Belfast.

Tucked into the cultural hub that is Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter in St Anne’s Square, Coppi’s deep and enigmatic doors tempt anyone over. The contemporary New York style subway tiles, aged wood and moody lighting of the interior create a super sultry vibe in the bustling restaurant. Bicycle handlebar coat hooks pay homage to the restaurant’s namesake, Angelo Fausto Coppi, “Il Campionissimo” of the cycling world.

Using local ingredients wherever possible with your steak coming from Peter Hannan and your fish caught fresh on our shores, the talented chefs at Coppi turn out an array of tempting Venetian and Italian style dishes. Vegans are never forgotten at Coppi and can find a happy home here with a full and variable vegan menu.

The sultry mood of Coppi is ever unfolding. The weekend lunch, Friday to Sunday, attracts a relaxed crowd, seeking good food with a relaxed atmosphere. Great for those of us on the go, be it a savvy work lunch or chatty catch up with friends. The evening is just as dynamic as the menu. Pulsing with chatter and teeming with cocktails, dinner with friends or dates can be as intimate as you like.

If you crave the perfect Sunday roast, Coppi have it covered. The infamous Sicilian roast lamb and roast porchetta with all the trimmings will leave you satisfied at the end of your week.

The capacious restaurant seats parties of all sizes and is open Wedneady to Sunday each week. The bar area offers counter seating for a casual meal, while the outdoor heated seating is sublime for alfresco dining in the more seasonable months of Belfast.

Coppi can show you a great night out, satisfying diners with an extensive wine list, creative and classic cocktails, and a selection of local craft beers including their very own crisp and clean Coppi lager.

Leave your qualms outside the quarter and indulge in the comfort of Coppi where the super friendly front of house team will be waiting to welcome you.

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Catering

  • Cocktail Menu

Children & Infants

  • Baby changing facilities
  • Children's Menu Available
  • Highchairs Available

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* Monday - Wednesday: 5pm - 9pm
Thursday: 12 noon - 9pm
Friday & Saturday: 12 noon - 9.30pm
Sunday: 1pm - 8pm

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