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Cast & Crew app pulls fast one for busy folk

Published 08/09/2015

Chef Niall McKenna with Courtney Keane as they launch a new app for pre-ordering food at Cast & Crew
Chef Niall McKenna with Courtney Keane as they launch a new app for pre-ordering food at Cast & Crew

One of Belfast's newest restaurants - Cast & Crew - has launched a new app for pre-ordering food from the venue.

The restaurant - part of the same group as James Street South - opened earlier this year in the Titanic Quarter.

The area is populated by offices and other workplaces, including the Northern Ireland Science Park - prompting owner Niall McKenna to introduce an app allowing customers to order their breakfast, lunch and dinner remotely, and even choose a preferred time to pick it up.

Mr McKenna said: "We are delighted to be able to offer this pre-order service for our customers, many of whom are incredibly busy during the working day. This will cut out any waiting time and involves simply browsing our menus, choosing your favourite dish, with payment at the end of the process.

"We are committed to providing the best locally produced food to our customers, and now we can make sure they can simply click and collect their best-loved Cast & Crew goodies to take away with them, without having to wait."

Cast & Crew features a menu of locally-sourced foods and an outdoor charcoal pit which is being used year-round. It also burns into the night on the last Friday of every month for a payday party.

The James Street South group also includes James Street South Bar + Grill, as well as Hadskis in the Cathedral Quarter.

For more information on the pre-order service go to

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