Fodor's Expert Review The Terrace at Robinson & Cleaver

$ Central District Irish

Stunning views, thoughtfully produced food, and attentive aproned staff are the reasons to eat at this landmark six-story sandstone building opposite City Hall. Ask for a terrace table (the halogen heaters keep you warm on a chilly day) from where you can watch the progress of city life as you deliberate over County Fermanagh pork belly, Inch Abbey sirloin steak, or wild mushroom and sage risotto. Downstairs in the bright Urban Deli, sharing plates at lunchtime include a Taste of Ulster with Belfast ham, Oakwood cheese, and plum and apple chutney; from the Express menu, order a soup-and-sandwich combo, hot deli sandwich, or chicken Caeser salad.

Irish Historical Views Sophisticated Lunch Dinner Pre-Theater $

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1–3 Donegall Sq. N
Belfast, BT1 5GA, Northern Ireland


Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Terrace restaurant closed for dinner Sun.–Tues. Kitchen closes at 9:30 pm

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