Fresh ingredients, local producers
Catch up with friends or colleagues in one of our incredible retail outlets.
Where to Eat Around Campus?
Tasty, healthy food from a calorie counted menu using only the freshest ingredients.
Coffee and tea in the centre of Queen's University, Belfast that is guaranteed to brighten up your day.
Offering baked goods, breakfasts and brunch, the café also features an innovative self-service counter, so if the queue is long, your wait needn’t be!
Students and staff are also permitted to bring their own food into the communal area at Junction!
Excellent for a whistle-stop, grab’n’go breakfast, with fresh pastries and great coffee, or a longer lunch with home-made soup, sandwiches, paninis and pasta.
Krem’s outlets are located in the foyer of the David Keir Building and at the ECIT building in the Titanic Quarter.
HOPE Café in the McClay Library provides a welcome respite from studying, serving delicious breakfast, lunch and all day snacks in a high-ceilinged, airy space.
Mouth-watering specials are served every day. Hope’s range of freshly prepared sandwiches and salads are also available to take away for those on the go!
With branches in Queen's Sport PEC and the Medical Biology Centre MBC, Clements are, as they say themselves, ‘religious about coffee.’
Clements specialise in sourcing only the finest coffees and aim for full traceability to origin, farm and farmer wherever possible.
DEANES AT QUEENS
In the vibrant University Quarter, Deanes at Queens takes full advantage of its enviable leafy location overlooking the superb architecture of Methodist College.
Restaurant Head Chef Chris Fearon, of Great British Menu fame, consistently serves up dishes packed with the flavour of great local produce.
The newly installed Mibrasa Charcoal Grill adds a delicious dimension to the whole wide-ranging restaurant menu.
If you are a member of QUB staff and would like to book Deanes at Queens then please download the below form, fill it in and send it to Deanes at Queens by email: email@example.com
Panama Café is the latest addition to the Campus Food and Drink family, the 'city garden and café' deli is situated in Elms BT2 on McClintock Street, next to Bedford Street.
Panama is open to all students and members the public for sit down meals and takeaway.
Opening hours are: Sunday to Wednesday 8am-4pm, Thursday to Saturday 8am-6pm
Cafe Carberry is located at INTO Queen's University Belfast on Lennoxvale.
Cafe Carberry sells a range of fairtrade tea and coffee and has a breakfast and lunch menu which includes toasties, soup and sandwiches.
View their full menu below.
Your ‘local’ during your time at Queen’s
The Speakeasy, at 92-96 Lisburn Road, is your ‘local’ during your time at Queen’s.
It’s open seven days a week and has a mix of evening entertainment like club nights, live sport, quizzes, and music. Best of all, it’s always free to get in.
The kitchen opening hours are:
• Mon-Thu 12pm-8pm
• Friday 12pm-4pm
• Saturday and Sunday 12pm-8pm for fresh pizzas!
Pick up a snack or a drink without taking the time to go too far
Queen's University provides a range of vending services throughout the campus serviced by Castle Vending Ltd.
There are a wide range of competitively priced products on offer, such as soft drinks, hot drinks, confectionery and other food products in selected locations. The vending machines are energy efficient and are switched off during closure periods throughout the year to support the University's carbon reduction commitment. The coffee and tea sold through the vending machines are Fairtrade certified.
For customer service please telephone 02838345371 or 07901855142. Castle Vending Ltd website
Queen's Easy Pay is a flexible hospitality system which makes it easier for you to pay for meals in campus restaurants and coffee shops and is available to all students and staff.
By loading money onto your Student Card or Staff Card you can use it to pay for snacks and meals on campus. Students will receive a student card when you enrol after arriving at Queen's. Once you have added funds on your card, you can start to use it to buy snacks or meals.
You have the flexibility and choice to buy as much or as little to eat whenever you want, for example, confectionary, soft drinks or a full meal. A typical breakfast or lunch meal deal may cost £3 to £5, or dinner meal deal may cost £5 to £7.
The benefits are:
- No need to carry cash.
- It's probably similar to the cashless system you had at school.
- It's a faster method of paying.
- Your parent/guardian can top up your account from home.
Adding Funds to your student card
New students coming to Queen's and your parent/guardian can add funds to your student smart card account before you leave home and while you are at Queen's; follow these instructions:
For students who know their Queen's student identity number before you leave home to travel to Belfast:-
- Log-in to Queen's Online, http://login.qol.qub.ac.uk using the student number and password which has recently been sent to you. Select 'My Smart Card' and follow the prompts to add money to your catering purse.
Returning students or students still living at Queen's
You can add money to your student card using a valid credit or debit card by visiting Queen's online and selecting 'My Smart Card' and follow the prompts.
Parent Guardian Topping-up
Your parent or guardian can add funds to your catering purse from home if you decide to pass them your Queen's Online user name and password.
You can use your student smart card in coffe shops and restaurants on campus. For more information about all the places to eat at Queen's please click here.
The credit on your Student Card also has other uses:
- Printing and Photocopying - using your card you get preferential rates for printing and photcopying in the Univerity's libraries.
- Student Experience Busary - this fund is updated automatically onto your smart card if Queen's University receives confirmaton from the Student Loans Company that you are entitled to a bursary. It can be used for payments in Queen's Sport, Queen's Film Theatre, Belfast Festival at Queen's, Language Centre, Careers in the Student Guidance Centre, the Information Services shop in the McClay Library, the SU Shop and Queen's Welcome Centre.