Eat at The Pods

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Eat In

We’ve created The Pods to offer a luxury hideaway where you can escape the noise and stress of everyday life. You don’t even need to leave the farm to shop, as we can provide you with everything you need* to make the most of your countryside sanctuary.

Breakfast Hamper

Why not opt to have breakfast curled up in the comfort of your own pod? Hampers include a range of seasonal pastries, homemade marmalade/jams, fresh orange juice and Streamvale Farm’s very own Free Range milk to enjoy in your morning coffee.

BBQ Packs

Our BBQ packs are supplied locally by Corries Butchers. They include steak burgers and baps, pork sausages and smokey chicken kebabs.

Cheese Boards

Make your stay that little bit more decadent with a luxury cheese board! We work with Irish cheese producers Tamnagh Foods and Ballylisk. Each platter will consist of three different luxury cheeses as well as a selection of chutney and crackers.

Premium Wines & Beers

The Crafty Vintner is a leading wine merchant, offering same day delivery of premium wines, craft beers and other spirits. Other beverages are available.

S’mores Kit

Fluffy marshmallows, skewers and chocolate digestives for you to toast the perfect s‘more over your fire pit.

Takeaways

There are lots of fantastic takeaway services that will deliver right to your door at The Pods at Streamvale. Little Thai Kitchen is our favourite, offering an authentic Thai experience. If Thai isn’t your thing, please ask us for recommendations of your preferred cuisines.

* Please note that there is an additional charge for hampers.
To avoid disappointment, please place your order when you book your stay.

Eat Out

We are incredibly lucky to be situated so close to many amazing eateries, and yet we feel so far away from the chaos of the city. If you fancy heading out to explore, we can highly recommend dining at one of the below:

Eastpoint Entertainment Village

If you are looking for something easy and close-by, the village is just a minute down the road. You will find lots of casual eateries there, but Wolfes is probably the most popular, offering an American Diner experience.

Neill’s Hill

A popular brasserie nestled in the heart of Belfast’s Ballyhackamore Village. Its menu offers small plates, local cuts and fresh fish, as well as a dedicated vegan menu. The Wednesday Tapas nights are great fun, and the Sunday carvery is 10/10.

Ora

If you are looking for a more luxurious experience – Ora is the one. It offers delicious tapas, an extensive wine selection and amazing cocktails, all served in sumptuous surroundings. It is a little further away than our other recommendations (still within 20 minutes) but well worth the travel.

Il Pirata

As well as serving up rustic Italian dishes skillfully prepared using the best local produce, Il Pirata has a great selection of Cichetti and wines.

Freight

Uniquely located in the shipping containers at C.S Lewis Square, Freight is a real destination restaurant. The staff will make sure your dining experience is fun and vibrant, and the food is equally incredible.

General Merchants

Our personal favourite brunch spot! These guys offer the best smashed avo and strong coffee.

Tipples

Horatio Todds

We consider this spot our local as it’s just a few minutes’ taxi ride away. It’s a really welcoming pub and restaurant. Having travelled the world, we are yet to find an espresso martini that beats Horatio Todds’.

Babel Rooftop

Babel is Bullitt Hotel’s stunning rooftop bar and garden and offers panoramic city views. A decadent experience during your stay.

Cathedral Quarter

This area is full of so many fantastic bars, it’s impossible to name them all. The Dirty Onion is in one of Belfast’s oldest buildings dating back to 1780 – it has a great beer garden and live music. The Harp Bar is the perfect atmospheric Irish pub, adorned with antique furnishings resonant with Victorian Belfast. It serves up live music and all the ‘Belfast craic’ you could wish for.

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