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Came in with a couple of friends recently for lunch and was served by a guy who fair enough was nice for every other part of the meal. However, whilst setting our tables for food, his phone rang- and he literally answered it at our...More
Bar staff need training! My partner waited over 10 minutes to be served only for a blonde girl to walk straight up and be served straightaway by the barman. When my partner pointed out that he'd been waiting before her and another man was in...More
We booked a table at Apartment a couple of weeks before and were not disappointed!
The food was great and of good quantity for its price, and the drinks were all good too. We had a table next to the window which was absolutely wonderful,...More
The apartment has an amazing location beside Belfast city hall , the views of the city hall and Christmas market were brilliant. The service was not great, had to wait a while to be served, the food menu has changed and is quite ordinary with...More
Fantastic experience on Saturday! Couldn’t do enough for the bride to be and 48 hens! Food and service was superb and will definitely be back again. All the added extra special touches all made the day/night so much more memorable.
Called her for a couple of cocktails and service ambience etc was lovely. We decided to stay for tea, cocktails were excellent and the waiting staff were lovely. Food was beautiful but you do need to book! We got in on a cancellation luckily! Many...More
First time eating here. We popped in for an early lunch. Waitress very pleasant and services e prompt. Although very few other patrons as just opened. Food was fine and wings starter very good. Reasonably priced. I would try it again
We walked in for lunch and were about to take a seat by the window. A young waiter approached us and said “for food?” And as we replied “yes” he pointed his finger to the restaurant part. When we asked if there was a window...More