THE 1ST ACT…STARTERSFreshly prepared soup with crusty bread (N) £3.95Smoked chicken salad of asparagus and plum with a hon...
THE INTERVAL…DESSERTSToffee & Pecan cheesecake with rich chocolate sauce and Chantilly cream £4.95Vanilla panna cotta with...
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Eating Out in Belfast? The Hippodrome Restaurant Menu

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The Grand Opera House is one of the best places to eat in Belfast, whether it’s delicious lunch in Lucianos Cafe bar, or a pre theatre dinner in the Hippodrome Restaurant, the Grand Opera House is much more than just a theatre.
Located on Great Victoria Street in the heart of Belfast city centre, the Grand Opera House is a truly unique location for the stylish Hippodrome Restaurant and Luciano’s Cafe Bar; both venues are proving to be popular places to eat with Belfast locals, tourists and business clientele.
Luciano’s Cafe Bar, located in the spacious foyer of the Grand Opera House is the ideal Belfast city centre location for coffee or lunch. Open daily from 10am, Luciano’s Cafe Bar offers an extensive range of coffees & pastries, with a delicious lunch menu served from 12-5pm each day.
The Hippodrome Restaurant overlooks Great Victoria Street in Belfast. Serving a delicious contemporary menu, featuring locally-sourced produce, a reservation at the Hippodrome Restaurant will enhance your theatre-going experience. Savour a meal to remember in one of the best places to eat in Belfast, the Grand Opera is the perfect location for pre theatre dining.
When eating out in Belfast’s premier theatre, choose from a selection of locally sourced menus and relax in the ambient surroundings of the oldest theatre in Belfast. The Grand Opera House also offers BT Open zone wireless internet connection. And both The Hippodrome and Luciano’s Cafe Bar fully are licensed to serve draught beers, bottled beers, spirits and mineral.
The Grand Opera House has been awarded a Hygiene Rating of 5 (Very Good) in the National Food Hygiene Rating Scheme. Developed by the Food Standards Agency, the scheme provides information on food hygiene standards to help you decide on the best places to eat in Belfast.
Why not try eating out in Belfast’s historical theatre for afternoon tea next time you are nearby or make a reservation at the Hippodrome for pre theatre dinner.

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Eating Out in Belfast? The Hippodrome Restaurant Menu

  1. 1. THE 1ST ACT…STARTERSFreshly prepared soup with crusty bread (N) £3.95Smoked chicken salad of asparagus and plum with a honey & mustard dressing £5.95 (GF)Confit duck leg with watercress, pineapple & roasted hazelnut salad and cucumber salsa £5.95(GF) (N)Platter of mixed Artisan breads and flavoured oils (N) £4.95Smoked haddock and spring onion chowder with fresh Dundrum bay dulse £5.75Honey roasted beetroot & wild spinach tart with dressed salad leaves £4.95 (N)Feta salad with pitted black olives, sun blush tomatoes, baby gem lettuce and red peppersyrup £4.95MAIN COURSESRump of lamb cooked med-rare with parsnip & spring onion mash, red wine jus £11.95 (GF)Penne pasta, roast butternut squash, wild leaf spinach & red peppers with herb cream £9.25Fillet of chicken wrapped in streaky bacon served with chive mash and wild mushroom &tarragon cream sauce £10.25Roasted fillet of Glenarm salmon with buttered baby potatoes and dill hollandaise £10.95 (GF)Grand Opera House gourmet burger with Swiss leerdammar cheese, sliced beef tomato andbasil pesto served with chunky chips and side salad £8.95 (N)Vegetable en croûte, roasted vegetables and melted brie with crisp salad and a tomato andbasil sauce £8.25SIDE ORDERS (£3.25)Chive mash Garden saladVegetable selection Caesar saladBaby boiled potatoes Chunky Chips(GF) GLUTEN FREE / (N) NUTS/SEEDSWe identify all dishes that contain nuts but we cannot guarantee that any food item is totallyfree of nuts or seeds.
  2. 2. THE INTERVAL…DESSERTSToffee & Pecan cheesecake with rich chocolate sauce and Chantilly cream £4.95Vanilla panna cotta with fresh berries, honeycomb ice cream and raspberry coulis £4.25Irish cheese and grape selection with crackers and chilli jam (N) £5.95Chocolate brownie with vanilla ice cream £4.75ALTERNATIVE DESSERTSIrish Coffee £4.95Calypso Coffee £4.95Café Royale £4.95COFFEE/TEAFreshly brewed coffee or tea £1.95Decaffeinated coffee £1.95Espresso £1.95Cappuccino £2.25Latte £2.25Café Mocha £2.25Hot Chocolate £2.25QUARTER BOTTLES WHITE WINEJack Rabbit Chardonnay (USA), unoaked Chardonnay, lively and well balanced £4.50Santa Digna Sauvignon Blanc (Chile), pink grapefruit & lots of citric punch £4.50QUARTER BOTTLES ROSE WINEJack Rabbit White Zinfandel, Floral & fruity rose with luscious strawberry flavours £4.50QUARTER BOTTLES RED WINEJack Rabbit Merlot (USA), Flavours of ripe plums and berries £4.50Santa Digna Cab Sauvignon (Chile), Intense, full & fruity aroma £4.50QUARTER BOTTLES SPARKLINGSegura Viudas Brut Reserve (Spain), Rich, toasty & dry with great balance £6.00SERVICE NOT INCLUDED Our team of staff share in our belief that a tip is to be earned and not expected.Therefore service is not included.

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