We made two trips here during our three day trip to Belfast, each memorable. As you walk through the small fish shop that fronts the restaurant you can smell the sea in the midst of the city. The dining area downstairs has the feel of an old bar. The menu offers firm favourites and dishes of the day. On our first lunch I ate an amazing smoked eel salad nicoise, the eel was delicately smoked, the salad of waxy potatoes, green beans, olives, salad and small tomatoes with mayo set the eel off perfectly. It was a dish I didn't want to stop eating. I followed this with baked salmon, samphire and asparagus...gorgeous. On the next visit i had a sweet fresh half lobster with chips and salad and a rhubarb and apple crumble with ice cream. the wines were outstanding too and great value as was the food. The staff were attentive, warm and funny and we found ourselves in company with friendly happy diners. An outstanding place to eat, talk and enjoy.
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