Botanic Avenue has quickly become one of Belfast’s go to places for food and once visited, you’ll know exactly why. What has now been a leafy superb of Belfast, it has food from all corners of the earth. Here at the Botanic Maggie May’s, the team here are primed ready to make sure your experience is one that will make you want to return time and time again. This cafe really does have a big personality and despite having a wide array of food on the menu, they’re cakes are to die for as well! Now don’t get me wrong, Maggie May’s is a cafe, so don’t be going there expecting a cordon bleu menu, it’s good honest food, with a great team of staff, at a price anyone can afford.
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