French Village - Botanic
This is my final review for the French Villages and having endorsed all 4 sites, this should tell you how much in high esteem we hold them and it was at this particular site that I originally heard of the bakery. After many amazing breakfasts, I decided that when I was choosing a handful of places to eat for this Belfast chapter, I had to feature Botanic as one of them. It was only when I started digging, that I uncovered the other three sites and all were just as popular as the other, so I decided to feature them all. The French Village is a good example why I don’t feature any of the bigger chains, they just don’t seem to care as much and places such as this really do care and want you to go away happy, which will of course in the end see you return.- Top 100 Review
99 Botanic Avenue
Belfast, Co.Antrim , BT7 1JN
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