Following the opening of its first outlet in London earlier in the summer, Irish-owned Thai food chain Camile is now getting ready to open its second branch in Belfast.
According to The Belfast Telegraph, the Dublin-based firm, which currently operates a restaurant/takeaway on Belfast's Lisburn Road, will soon begin trading in the east of the city on a site previously occupied by the Co-op supermarket in Ballyhackamore.
Commenting on behalf of Camile, Stephen Deyermond of commercial property firm TDK said, "Camile is trading really well on the Lisburn Road and we expect Ballyhackamore will also do very well. Ballyhackamore has quickly established itself as one of Belfast's main foodie destinations and the addition of Camile adds to the already great offer in the neighbourhood."
Meanwhile, a new gourmet burger venue is also set to open soon on Belfast's Botanic Avenue. Bearing the name Tribal Burger, belfastlive.co.uk reports that the restaurant will commence operations in early September and will offer an array of handcrafted, cooked-to-order hamburgers as well as various alcohol-infused milkshakes and a selection of craft beers.