Friday, 6 November 2015

Native at The Mac

Sunday Brunch has to be the best meal of any week. It's rare for me, which makes it even more special when I manage to rise lazily from my bed, get dressed and go outside into the world which always seems more still, more thoughtful, more tolerable on a Sunday afternoon.

On this particular afternoon, we'd made plans to visit Fat Sabbath - a body positive clothes swap in Belfast with our friend, Claire. It was amazing, and I am seriously proud to the amazing women who pulled it together. If you're in the area, they're having another Festive Party Season themed event this month, the Facebook event is here!

After hauling a load of new outfits, we went for a dander around the Cathedral Quarter and ended up inside the MAC. I'd never tried the food in the restaurant before, and having heard plenty about it's previous incarnation - 'Canteen' - we decided to give it a go.

The menu is perfectly autumnal, full of dishes using squash and mushrooms and all the other things bountiful during this season. We all went for a sharing platter and then hearty meals of chowder and risotto and rolled home with full bellies and happy faces. 

Aside from the food, the location really was perfect for a small gathering of friends on a lazy Sunday as you can spend your time exploring the galleries before and after your meal - there's always  interesting exhibits on any given week.

If you're looking for a perfect quiet Sunday afternoon, pay the MAC a visit! 


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