Have been here for coffee and lunch. Good table service and good food. The cafe section seems very busy but the seated section with table service is very pleasant with a good atmosphere. Would recommend it.
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I had a Shahshuka for a breakfast meal which was beautiful, fully recommend this dish. The staff were friendly and the bill was great value especially for the quality of food. I also had a strawberry and banana milkshake which was delicious and refreshing. Nothing...More
Two of us visited Avoca Belfast for lunch on a wet and dismal January day. The place was warm and bright, we were greeted right away in a friendly manner and offered our choice of table. The menu is good, our order was taken quickly...More
Every time I go- there is a huge queue. There must be a more logical and efficient system which they could employ. Food is reheated in microwaves so is not as fresh as could be. I also think more could be done to stop people...More
Called in while shopping in the city on Saturday morning. We love the selection on offer. I had the goats cheese on peppers and ciabatta. Lovely combination. The only down sides of this place are the long queue and the staff could be friendlier. Will...More
This is always a good option for a shopping lunch. Even on one of the most hectic Saturdays of the year, we didn't have to queue long, although it was really busy. The staff are cheerful and efficient, lovely range of food options and a...More
Walked over to Arthur House after checking for breakfast places near our hotel. Breakfast was the standard eggs and bacon, but the toasted slab of dense brown bread was a little bit of heaven. It was that good! When the waitress told me I could...More
Belfast rises late on weekends but this is a place designed to enjoy food with friends. We pre-booked an extended family group and be forewarned the plates of granola and pancakes are extremely generous! Stylish surroundings, central location, appetites sated, what not to like?