Deane’s Love Fish restaurant review: Restaurant creating waves with seafood

Restaurants make a town or a village, a village or a crossroads. Pubs in Ireland once gave the stamp of identity to a place, but while that may still be the case in some areas, restaurants are now the landmark of communities across the island.

And when you get a bunch of them in one place, you’ve created a culinary capital which is what Belfast has become. For all his complaints about the government’s lack of attention to the restaurant industry in recent years, chef boss Michael Deane has shown that determination and attention to detail make greatness, whatever the economic climate. He made his mark.

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