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Howard Street in Belfast

8,2

Based on 1,815 reviews found in 4 websites


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We enjoyed a lovely long lunch here in December, our first visit to this restaurant - the food was superb, with service to match! The attached pics of our first course - it says it all..
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31 December 2018
8.0
My wife and I made a reservation for dinner at Howard Street the day before - important since the restaurant was full the night we were there. We were warmly welcomed and immediately were impressed with the inviting atmosphere. Sam, our server, took excellent care of us and never missed a beat. The food matched the setting - my baked cod was amazing and my wife's chicken curry was aromatic and wonderful.
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15 February 2019
10.0

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09/11/2018: What a lovely place. We can as we were visiting for the Belfast beer festival and the restaurant serves hilden ales. The restaurant is on two floors and very charming. Although not large the tables are well spaced so you feel comfortable in your own area. The beers cheered as did Prosecco and white wine. We ate in the £5,10,5 pound deal. A lovely range and excellent value for the quality of he food. For starters we had the seafood chowder ( very filling) with a stunning wheat her bread, mixed breads and olives and cauliflower arancini. All excellent. For mains some had the goat ‘shepherds pie’ great for a damp day. The macheral was also popular and beautifully arranged. The last was the truffle tagliatelle was a massive portion. Deserts were also popular. The ice cream was creamy and very tempting. The cheeses were local. Two of us had the fudge which was easy. Overall very good. Service was steady and available when needed.

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