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Alone At Christmas? This Restaurant In Belfast Is Offering Free Christmas Dinners

Delish UK logo Delish UK 28/11/2019 Marianna Gould
a plate of food on a table: Belfast restaurant opens up its business and is offering free Christmas dinners to those alone on Christmas day. © Mark Cain Belfast restaurant opens up its business and is offering free Christmas dinners to those alone on Christmas day.

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Christmas is a celebration of food, happiness and love and is often spent with the loved-ones in your life. Family get togethers, seeing distant friends or simply spending it at home with those close to you. But there is occasions where people end up completely alone at Christmas time. With this in mind, Belfast restaurant - Bengal Brasserie, has decided to take matters into its own hands by offering a free Christmas dinner for those who will be spending Christmas alone. Why? Because nobody really wants to spend Christmas by themself.

Punters will get the chance to be surrounded by others who are alone at Christmas, enjoy each others company and simply have a lovely Christmas meal completely free of charge thanks to the kind hearted owners of Bengal Brasserie. Pretty nice, right?

a sign on the side of a building: Restaurant Is Serving Free Xmas Dinner For Lonely © Bengal Brasserie Restaurant Is Serving Free Xmas Dinner For Lonely

According to The Mirror, the Ahmed family (restaurant owners) said: "We would like to invite all those who find themselves on their own at Christmas to join us and the staff at Bengal Brasserie Ormeau Road on Wednesday 25th December 2019 to share a Christmas meal."

What a lovely way to give back to the community hey?

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