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68-72 Great Victoria St, Belfast BT2 7AF, UK – 028 9024 4421
My wife and I came to Belfast for our anniversary and while looking for somewhere to eat we came across this place. Walking in it looks so small, we were met with a welcoming reception and was more than happy to find us a table, even though we had no booking. We sat and looked through the menu, it all sounded good, I ordered the French Onion soup and homemade bread to start and then chicken, mushroom puree and pine nuts with cottage pie, sounds like a strange combination but look at the picture. All went down great, especially with the cocktails we ordered, espresso martini and a "Jawbreaker" gin. We would totally recommend this place to eat, and eat well.
Visited this restaurant with my boyfriend last Saturday evening. Staff was friendly, attentive and the service was great. I got the Roast Fillet of Hake with Leeks, Celeriac, Horseradish and Crayfish Casserole, which was very tasty. My boyfriend got the 10 Oz Co Antrim Sirloin with Roast Tomato & Peppercorn Cream and Fat Chips also super tasty. The only reason I haven't given 5 stars is because we were seated at a high table since they were the only tables available, which personally I find slightly uncomfortable. Definitely worth a visit!
1 Lanyon Quay, Belfast BT1 3LG, UK – 028 9023 5973
It's a must to have some food from this place while in Belfast. Menu is just right, not too much to think about. Everything is just right. Staff extremely helpful, willing to help and passionate. That's another reason to visit this place. Everything thing I have ordered was just great. Highly recommended!
Really great food. Had the Hake which was seasoned perfectly and was a huge portion. The prices are also very reasonable; we paid £40pp for a three course meal and wine. Good atmosphere on the river and the open windows allow for a good fresh breeze.
22 Wellington Pl, Belfast BT1 6GE, UK – 028 9023 4946
Beautifully paired flavours! The food at Home Restaurant was delicious! They seem to be able to cater to just about any food allergy or dietary requirements which was nice to see. I got the falafel and it was exploding with a variety of flavours all of which complimented each other. The staff there were great and very friendly. Pretty cool vintage decor with various paintings to look at too.
We went here on a recommendation and had a set 3 course menu which was excellent. It was quite busy here throughout the evening and had a nice atmosphere. This was a great first meal out in Belfast.
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