Open since October 2000, Shu (the ancient Egyptian god of atmosphere) is set in a fine Victorian terrace on Belfast's stylish Lisburn Road.
Furnished in a contemporary style to create a bright space with lots of natural light, the 90-seater main restaurant interior is by the leading local designer Paul Horscroft. Materials such as dark wenge wood and brown leather are used prominently.
The historic row of cellars in Farkasmály was a favourite destination of the burgers of Gyöngyös as early as 200 years ago where they would sit in the shade of plane trees planted when cellars were carved into andesite volcanic tuff and sip the wines made from the excellent grapes grown on the hillside of Sárhegy
Today coffee is the most traded commodity in the world after crude oil and is the most popular drink consumed throughout the world. Coffee enriches the culture of eating and drinking and forms the very basis of existence for millions of people engaged in coffee planting, preparation and industrial processing as well as in the retail industry.More...