Description

Experience seasonal creativity in this award-winning restaurant overlooking the River Lagan, and have a top gastronomic experience.

OX is a cool and funky restaurant that seats 40, with a plate glass shop front view over the water, exposed brick and polished concrete details, as well as an intimate mezzanine area for more secluded dining. The style is relaxed, the décor is paired back and the space buzzes with energy from the open kitchen, but make no mistake, this is fine dining at its absolute best and having been awarded a Michelin Star, the experts clearly agree.
Open Tuesday to Saturday for lunch and dinner service.
OX menus are designed to showcase excellent meats and sustainably sourced fish whilst equally careful attention is given to seasonal vegetables and fruit.
Head Chef Stephen Toman together with Front of House Alain Kerloc'h continue to wow even the most jaded food critics with their impeccable food and wine pairings. Stephen is a true believer in seasonality and has the imagination and creativity to bring seemingly mundane ingredients to Technicolor life.

Whether you decide to go for the set lunch menu (2 courses for £22 or 3 courses for £28) or the five course OX seasonal tasting menu (£55 or £85 with wine pairing), we are sure there is something to suit. And with a diverse drinks selection offering both affordable quality and high end wines by the glass your perfect dining experience awaits you at OX.

OX
location_on
1 Oxford Street,
Belfast.
BT1 3LA

Top Reasons To Visit

  • OX 3-10-3 Lunch - fantastic food, affordable format
  • OX Menu - let us surprise you with seasonal 5 course menu
  • OX Ingredients - seasonality, quality and sustainability
  • OX Wine - thoughtfully selected and intriguing
  • Team OX – here for you, so sit back, relax & enjoy the view

You might also like

  • Deanes EIPIC

    gps_fixed 0.21KM

    The Michelin Star Deanes EIPIC restaurant serves the very best of local ingredients, cooked to the highest of standards.

    Find Out More
  • Great Room Restaurant
    Great Room Restaurant

    Great Room Restaurant

    gps_fixed 0.69KM

    The jewel in the crown of the five-star Merchant Hotel, the Great Room Restaurant serves stunning food.

    Find Out More
  • Bar and Grill at James Street South

    gps_fixed 0.31KM

    Set in an old linen mill, The Bar and Grill at James Street South serves an exciting seasonal menu featuring great Northern Irish produce.

    Find Out More
  • Deanes at Queens
    Deanes at Queens

    Deanes at Queens

    gps_fixed 1.71KM

    In the vibrant Queen's Quarter of the city, Deanes at Queens is an elegant dining space, serving local, simple, hearty food prepared to perf...

    Find Out More
  • James Street South

    gps_fixed 0.31KM

    Opened in 2003 by Niall and Joanne McKenna, this award winning restaurant marries the best of Northern Irish produce with classical French c...

    Find Out More
  • Hadskis

    gps_fixed 0.59KM

    Located in a former iron foundry, you can sample the ever changing menu and European classics at Hadskis on Commercial Court.

    Find Out More
  • Muddlers Club

    gps_fixed 0.54KM

    Producing simple but elegant dishes in cool atmosphere, Muddlers Club is hidden away in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter.

    Find Out More
  • BaoBun

    gps_fixed 1.08KM

    Exciting, independent Taiwanese street food on Botanic Avenue, Belfast

    Find Out More
  • Brooklyn SQ

    gps_fixed 0.89KM

    Situated in the heart of Belfast's Shaftesbury Square, Brooklyn SQ serves a combination of American and Italian food.

    Find Out More
  • Bobbin
    Bobbin

    Bobbin

    gps_fixed 0.02KM

    Serving great coffee and delicious food in Belfast City Hall, one of Northern Ireland's most iconic buildings.

    Find Out More
Ask Us
Ask Us

We're here to help, so if you can't find the info you're after, or you just want to ask a really odd question, then we're here for you.

Ask A Question
arrow_upwardBack To Top
Registered users can create scrapbooks to plan, save and organise ideas and itineraries for a trip to Belfast. Find Out More
In order to display distances relevant to your current position, we'd need to be able to use your GPS location. To find out more about how we use your location, please read our Privacy Policy
You have previously denied access to your GPS location. In order to allow access to your location, you need to update your site settings through your browser settings to allow this site access to your location.

To find out more about how we use your location, please read our Privacy Policy
Your settings have been updated. They will take effect next time you refresh the page.
By default, all distances on the site are calculated from Belfast City Centre. You can choose a different starting point here, or specify your own.