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EDŌ Restaurant

3 Capital House, Upper Queens Street, Belfast, County Antrim, BT1 6FB
EDŌ Restaurant


EDŌ is a stylish modern bistro in the heart of Belfast City Centre. The menu features an extensive variety of small plates, taking influence from the best ingredients and cooking techniques from across Europe, whilst using the top local and market-fresh produce on our doorstep.

EDŌ [Pronounced Aye-Doh]  Latin for  'I EAT',are delighted to have been awarded a "Bib Gourmand" from the prestigious Michelin Guide. 

With rustic-meets-faux-industrial styling, choose to take a seat at the open kitchen and enjoy the buzz and fast pace of a busy service and get served by the chefs themselves or immerse yourself in the vibrant, upbeat ambiance of our contemporary restaurant setting. The international menu allows for sharing – 3 or 4 dishes each is the perfect amount – and many ingredients are cooked over apple or pear wood in the Bertha oven. 

EDŌ is ideal for those wanting to experience multiple flavours within a casual dining environment. A flexible, sharing-themed menu, partnered with our carefully curated wine list and captivating cocktails, creates a unique dining experience every time. For those who prefer a more traditional service, the starter and main course format is still available. 

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  • Highchairs Available

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  • Wi-fi available

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  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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Season (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)
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* Open Tues -Sat 12:00 - Late Booking is advised

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