Ox tale has a happy ever after

There’s something life-giving about spending time in a place that’s full of smiles and laughter, and where everyone from the kitchen porter to the head chef is working hard, but is clearly enjoying doing so

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
29th October, 2017
Lunch is particularly good value at Ox, with a three-course set menu for just £25 Pic: Pacemaker

1 Oxford Street, Belfast

004428-90314121, oxbelfast.com

Chef: Stephen Toman

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