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All reviews beef seafood risotto goat cheese fritters starters and mains sticky toffee pudding potatoes hope street pre theatre dinner the grand opera house city centre lovely food at lunchtime corkage byob daube
Had been a few years since we had eaten here, used to be called, Rhubarb. Not disappointed at all. We were there for the pre-theatre meal and were not disappointed with the menu or service. We were to release our table at 7.30 but as...More
Went here before a show in the grand opera house! Service was quick and the food was delicious!! Would recommend the chilli beef for starters!! And it’s BYO drink and corkage isn’t dear!! Will definitely return
Had a great evening out in Belfast, eating at this now renamed , now Hope Street Restaurant.
Great food, reasonable price, only reason they get 4 and not 5 is its BYO although very reasonable corkage, only one toilet and a small issue with one...More
This was our second visit to Hope Street Restaurant and what a little gem it is. Service and food both excellent with the added bonus of BYO. The menu is limited but the choice good and our group tried a good selection of starters and...More
Rhubarb is currently changing its name to Hope Street.
The restaurant is convenient to the city centre and throughout our evening it was busy. Acoustics meant that the restaurant was noisy and patrons at larger tables had to shout in order to be heard by...More
Visited a very busy Hope Street on a Saturday evening.
The food was absolutely gorgeous. None of us ordered something disappointing. I had the goats cheese fritters, seafood risotto and sticky toffee pudding. I loved it all but could quite happily have buried my head...More
Lovely place for a girly lunch. BYO is great and there is a local well known supermarket nearby where you can purchase wine on the way. £3 corkage which is the normal price to pay. Menu is limited but something to suit all tastes. Portions...More
Tried Hope Street yesterday as a a change from Ginger (which is next door). We had never tried its "Rhubarb" predecessor as it seemed too compact. Hope Street has added space and is well laid out. Lovely welcome from FOH staff and smiles from the...More
Visited the newly renamed Rhubarb now Hope Street for my birthday for a table of 10. Rang twice on journey to say train was delayed & would be 10-15 mins late. When we arrived a foreign male member of staff greeted us with, you are...More