With its stylish contemporary interior enhanced by original work from local artist Oliver Jeffers and an alfresco eating area overlooking ‘Methody’ (as the school, Methodist College, is known locally), this all day bar and grill is one of the more recent additions to the Deane empire - and, as well as Deane’s trademark good food, it brings a refreshing contrast to the mainly traditional atmosphere that the fine Victorian architecture of the university gives to the area.
This Belfast Restaurants menus run through the day and begin with casual brunch fare, then light food in the afternoon and follow with more structured evening meals; many of the dishes are Deanes classics that will be familiar to anyone who has visited Deanes Deli in the city centre. It’s child friendly (children’s menu available up to 7pm) with the outside seating area being non-smoking.
An accessible wine list includes a good choice by the glass and a high proportion of half bottles. The Common Rooms are available for private parties, either singly or together.