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Trucks, trailers and shacks in Belfast for exciting food on the go

Remember when street food simply meant a kebab on the way home from the pub? Try these takeaway options for much classier fare

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Oui Poutine, a fixture by the Big Fish on Donegall Quay every Thursday to Saturday.

Oui Poutine, a fixture by the Big Fish on Donegall Quay every Thursday to Saturday.

Richard McCracken's pizza van parked outside Cyprus Avenue Restaurant.

Richard McCracken's pizza van parked outside Cyprus Avenue Restaurant.

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Oui Poutine, a fixture by the Big Fish on Donegall Quay every Thursday to Saturday.

While restaurants across Northern Ireland are keeping an eye on December 11 to reopen their doors and let the Christmas crowds back inside, six at a time, they keep their heads above water in the meantime supplying click and collect dinner kits and takeaways. But for many, the prices remain high at roughly £25 per head for the classic three-courser.

For cheaper meals, the conventional Asian takeaways and pizzerias are busier than ever. But we can't overlook the street food vendors, some of which are churning out exciting, high quality meals to be eaten on the go, on a park bench or brought home to your WFH corner in the house.

Four seriously good ones in Belfast are highlighted this week.


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