Home Restaurant originally began as a pop-up restaurant in a different location in Belfast City Centre in 2011.
This pop-up venture was so popular that the restaurant extended its tenure for almost a year, before taking up a permanent home in its current location of Belfast’s Wellington Place, close to the magnificent City Hall.
Today, Home is well-established as one of the most excellent restaurants in the heart of Belfast City Centre.
Home is a well designed an decorated restaurant with cosy lighting which gives a cosy atmosphere.
The restaurant has New York style of high ceilings, exposed columns, stainless steel shelving, chalkboard menus and dark wooden floors and table-tops recreates a welcoming atmosphere, a home from home.
Home accurately describes their menu as balanced, with different menus for different occasions.
All menus offer an extensive range of world dishes including Seasonal soup, Seasonal super salad, Chicken liver parfait, Home beef burger and Sweet potato curry.
We eat from the dinner menu, but they also offer vegetarian, gluten-free and skinny lunch menus.
What we had
For starters, we had olives and the sharing Mezze plate for two. The sharing plate included peperoncini pepper, pickled chilli, hummus, marinated artichoke, mini falafel, grilled halloumi & pitta.
For mains, we tried the Sweet potato curry. The curry included lentils, chickpeas, grilled pita & mint tofu yoghurt.
How was it?
The Olives and the sharing Mezze plate for starters were excellent to wet our appetites for the main. Hummus and pitta is always a delightful starter, and Home certainly delivered.
The Sweet Potato Curry was AMAZING! I’ve been to India and practically ate nothing but curry for two months, and this honestly lived up to the curry I had out there – it was perfect! I’d go as far as saying it was the best potato curry I’ve ever tasted!
For starters, the olives were £3, and the sharing mezze plate was £12.75. The Sweet potato curry main was £9.95. Not the cheapest eatery in Belfast but what you would expect for a fine restaurant in the city centre.
We ordered a Coke in a bottle, and it was flat. Then, it was a bit difficult to get hold of someone to replace the drink. They were quite busy to be fair to them and it wasn’t a major issue. This was the only negative aspect of our visit.
If you are a foodie and want to taste high-quality world foods to die for, including a fantastic vegetarian curry, this is the place for you.
We loved our trip to Home Restaurant! If you own a cafe or restaurant and would like us to review yours, please contact us and we will pop by!
Home’s Contact Info:
Address: 22 Wellington Pl, Belfast BT1 6GE