We were a bit down after taking a Black Taxi tour during our first visit to Belfast. The continuing separation of Protestants and Catholics with locked gates each night seemed bad. Well! Our waiter at the Ginger Bistro wasn't going to let that stop him. Openly gay, he shrugged off our comments and said that things have changed. He, raised Catholic, lives with his partner in the Protestant section. And he brings gaiety and lovely hospitality to his work every day! My sister had duck, called the 'duck starter pt' on my bill. She said it was the best she's ever had! I had a prawn salad so delicious it wiped the taste out of my mouth of the last meal I'd had. I had a Belfast lager and we each had a spectacular dessert - mine was apple crumble and hers was chocolate cake. But the neatest thing was that in a city that seems a bit uptight the people at the Ginger Bistro were friendly, relaxed, and welcoming. I give it my highest marks.
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