French-style cafe for Belfast inspired by Titanic restaurant
The owner of Galgorm Resort & Spa in Co Antrim has said it is spending £0.7m on a new French-style restaurant in Belfast.
Plans for the project at Cleaver House in Donegall Place - whose name, Cafe Parisien, was inspired by the name of a restaurant on the Titanic - were first revealed in the Belfast Telegraph in July.
Tullymore House Ltd, owner of Ballymena resort the Galgorm, said it was creating 50 new jobs at the venue, which was formerly restaurant Robinson & Cleaver - named after the department store which once occupied the site. The ground floor will feature a creperie, while there will be a 100-seater restaurant on the first floor.