Named after a long-forgotten railway station in East Belfast, this casual brasserie has established itself as a calming spot in buzzy Ballyhackmore, where lunchtimes can get crowded. Dishes change monthly but typical main courses for dinner are burgers, steaks, pork fillet, and sea bass from Walter Ewing, Belfast's top fish supplier. Brunches include a malted waffle with fruit or bacon and maple syrup, scrambled eggs with Irish smoked salmon, or granola with fresh fruit
and natural yogurt. Small plates such as quail scotch eggs with haggis, monkfish involtini (with dates and bacon), and hot wings with a cool dip, are an excellent value. Since you're in the area where they built the RMS Titanic, relax with a bottle of Titanic Iceberg beer, a Belfast Blonde ale, or, if you prefer, Fentiman’s Curiosity Cola and Shandy.