Belfast Spring Market – Food Heaven
Belfast Spring Continental Market is one of those markets held in the city during Spring which calls for local and tourists to check out all the amazing things it has to offer.
This year, the market opened on the 24th of May and it lasted until the 28th of May. Bringing a delicious mix of gourmet and treats to the people of Belfast from around the world. The different things offered include bakery delights from France, sausages from Germany, Dutch pancakes. And lots of other different things coming from all over the world to get people to try something they might not have before.
Additionally, A lot of people visit this market in Belfast, to try some of the local products that are available here. Its the perfect destination during springtime for people to go and do some shopping related to local and international food and products. – We came back home with some great things as well 🙂
The Best Of Local And International Products
This years market was held in the city hall area of Belfast City during the Bank Holiday weekend, and that was pretty good for people as it was easy to find. The top local stalls that were found there were Rossi’s Ice Cream, Papa’s Mineral Company, McAtamney Butchers, Tom and Ollie and these, of course, came in addition to different other ones with a range of products on offer. On the other hand, there were some famous and mostly international products such as Bella Paella from Spain, The Dutch Pancakes, Bratwurst sausage from Germany and the French patisserie that can’t be missed.
The number of products that one could actually choose from in the Belfast Spring Continental Market are numerous and it might be a heavenly place for all those who are crazy about food and love to taste a variety of traditional food from lots of great countries.
Other Popular Markets
There are also many different markets that you could consider visiting when in Belfast or even in Northern Ireland. Though that will depend on the time of year you are visiting as most markets are seasonal. However, we do recommend visiting St. George’s Market in Belfast which is a 19th-century market, full of great stalls that are worth checking out. Another popular market is the Belfast Christmas Market which of course is held on the run up to Christmas usually opens at the end of November and finishing before Christmas. It brings Belfast into the festival season with Santa’s Grotto, a beer garden and lots of craft and food to enjoy.
Back to The Belfast Spring Continental Market which is held every single year and has only grown and became more popular as time has gone on, as it’s a great chance to try some of the best international food in Northern Ireland.
Have you ever been to any of the different food festivals in Belfast? We would love to hear about your experiences:) Check out some photos below of Belfast Spring Continental Market.