Minimalist Decor Gives Gourmet Food the Spotlight in Belfast's OX Restaurant

With OX's exterior and interior décor at a minimum, one might suspect that Belfast-born Chef Stephen Toman and his Brittany business partner Alain Kerloc’h are sheepish about their culinary and hospitality skills. That assumption couldn't be farther from the truth though.

Found on Oxford street, the building OX is in was once a tile store and is in a prime location, right across from the Queen's Bridge and close to the newly developed Titanic Quarter. Customers enter the unique restaurant (which is celebrating its first anniversary this month) through a short, side corridor and once inside they are greeted with a warm, minimal setting. 

Sean Hillen

Sean Hillen has been an international journalist and editor for over 30 years and published author. His contemporary novel, ‘Pretty Ugly’ is an intriguing ride through the murky undercurrent of the lucrative cosmetic industry  Sean’s writing experience spans several continents - in Ireland, for the national daily The Irish Times and in England, as foreig...(Read More)

Around the web