I LOOOOOOVED their home-made bread, it was thick, chewy and just a little sweet.
I had the vegetable soup for a starter, the chicken pasta for my main course and (for once) skipped dessert.... though I'm sure that would have been fabulous too!!
Suzanne_M had booked it for my visit to Belfast, if you ever go there with her, the staff all know her now and you're guaranteed a wonderful friendly service.
Highly recommended.This is a converted Victorian terrace house and is decorated accordingly in warm colours and antiques. The food is really nice and the atmosphere is perfect for either a cosy meal for two or a larger group.
Lovely atmosphere - there is a conservatory at the back which is nice to eat in. Close to city centre, delicious food.
Food Stuff Ireland rated this restaurant 7/10 and gave it an award for warmest ambience. You can read their review here
Favorite Dish: We have always found the food to be of high standard. At our staff Christmas dinner one year , I had delicious lamb meatballs which were served with a slightly sweet tomato chutney. For mains I had duck which was served with porcini mushrooms and for dessert I had panna cotta with fresh fruit. Side dishes of vegetables and potatoes were included and the cost was GBP18.95. It is a bit more expensive ( and most retaurants charge more at Christmas anyway) but the food is really lovely so it is nice for a treat.