Maggie May’s Belfast - City Centre Cafe
Maggie Mays on Castle Street is latest edition to their small chain of Belfast eateries. With a wide selection of good food on the menu here, the provenance of which can all be traced back within Ireland mostly, you won’t be disappointed with any of your choices. Because I couldn’t make my mind up which Maggie May’s cafe to choose, I just had to feature all three of them. But no matter which one you decide to go to, I know you’ll be pleased with your choice, however, depending how long your in Belfast for, why not give all three of them a go, then you can decide which one is your favourite. But, no matter which one ends up top of your list, be rest assured that you’ll still love the other two just the same.- Top 100 Review
44 Castle Street
Belfast, Co.Antrim , BT1 1HB
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