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Hot Belfast: Teatro

by Lizzie Gore-Grimes
09th Apr 2013

Walking into Teatro with its cosy, colourful interior and flickering candlelight, feels like discovering a little piece of old Bohemia. Last time we visited, owner Fleur Jackson greeted us with a decadent black Dahlia cocktail, which was wickedly, wickedly good. We were starving and chose a greedy selection of tapas from the heady Mediterranean-influenced menu. Soon the table was heaving with platters of garlicy patatas bravas, fiery tosta de champignon and a stellar dish of hake salad that was bursting with fresh, zingy flavour. The real star of the show came later though in the form of feather-light, sugar-dusted swirls of Spanish churros festooned with a rich chocolate sauce. And throughout, co-owner Kyron Bourke played the piano and flamenco guitar. When can I go back?

Lizzie Gore-Grimes is Chair of the Irish Food Writers? Guild and Editor of the upcoming Image Little Black Book of Dublin Restaurants. Needless to say, she loves her grub. For more hot Northern tips see the ?bumper Belfast issue?of Image Interiors & Living (March/April).