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Belfast bound

Planning a foodie trip to Belfast? Gillian Nelis reveals some of the best places to visit in the city

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
15th February, 2015
21
Chef Brian McCann of Shu

At one stage, there were branches of Sawers in Belfast, Birmingham, Glasgow and on Chatham Street in Dublin. The Belfast shop is the last one standing, and is a brilliant spot for a browse: you can pick up everything from WG White’s oscietra caviar to Young Buck, a raw milk blue cheese made in Newtownards. There’s also baklava, olives, loose-leaf tea, biscuits, chocolate – you name it, I suspect the owners of Sawers have it...

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