I had the confit duck salad. Really nice but a bit pricey maybe. Nice atmosphere and service. Good location
I have always heard about this place, though I had never been, until last Friday. I was more impressed with the shop that I was with the coffee shop. One thing I didn't like was that the staff came over to take away your dishes, and I hadn't finished, I was just having a break between conversations.
Three of us had lunch here on a busy Friday. As the city centre was busy we knew the restaurants would be busy and so we went to lunch early, just before 12.30. We were ushered to a table, which was rustic in appearance, and presented with menus and a jug of water. The menu had a number of starters,... More
What a place this is...the service is outstanding. The front of house manager is fantastic, he's been working there for as long as I have been dining there and runs a tight ship. The menu is awesome, fresh ingredients, seasonal dishes and top quality food. I recommend that everybody tries the elderflower pressé. It's not the cheapest place in town... More
Besides the fact that it is a delightful little shop to have a browse through..... and pick up some unusual little Christmas gifts..... it is also a great place to stop for a bite of lunch when shopping in Belfast. The only draw back was the queue to get a table !!! Perhaps not a bad sign !! Just suffice... More
A Belfast native met us at AVOCA for lunch and it was filled with many locals on their lunch hour. Gift shop and good food. They call it “Belfast’s Most Interesting Store and Café”. Very Irish.
Such an amazing place for takeaway and sit in! Two different options (table service or canteen type counter service). Their foodhall for takeaway downstairs is so alluring and if I ever walk past, I cannot help buy scones... caramel squares, brown soda, brownies, lasagne, chicken broccoli bake... I could go on, but Id give you the menu. It may be... More
10 of us went to Avoca for breakfast while in town on a girly trip. initially we thought we weren't going to be accommodated - dining room was v busy, but Shane managed to squeeze us in. we've eaten at Avoca on previous trips and not been disappointed. Even given the size of our group and how busy the restaurant... More
Wanted something to take back to my hotel for a quick breakfast before heading out sight-seeing the next morning. A couple of Scones and a pot of their raspberry jam was just what I needed. So good, I stopped in again the next day to pick-up a pick-me-up in the late afternoon in the form of a coffee and luscious... More
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