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Dine in Clayton Hotel Belfast’s Avenue 22 Restaurant, located on the ground floor.

The restaurant boasts an à la carte menu which includes some of the finest local dishes and locally sourced ingredients.
The Clayton Hotel's chefs pride themselves in creating innovative dishes using locally-sourced ingredients like goat’s cheese from Fivemiletown, Comber potatoes and seafood from County Down, one of the many things that make dinner at Clayton Belfast special.
There is a contrast of traditional dishes using the finest of meats, such as the 100% Irish certified sirloin steak, with modern twists including the celeriac, turnip and wild mushroom galette. With the vast range of meals, there is sure to be something to tantalise your taste buds at Clayton Belfast.
No matter what brings you to The Clayton Hotel Restaurant, expect to find a cosy ambience, a carefully selected à la carte menu and a good selection of drinks served by friendly staff.
Afternoon Tea
Enjoy heavenly afternoon tea at the Clayton Hotel Belfast from £25pp. Afternoon Tea package includes:
  • A selection of finger sandwiches with delicious seasonal fillings
  • Freshly baked scones with preserve and cream
  • An assortment of chef’s mini delights
  • Enjoy with a pot of tea or freshly brewed coffee.
Afternoon Tea: £25pp
Afternoon Tea with Prosecco: £30pp
 
Served daily from 1-4pm in Avenue 22 Restaurant. Book now on 028 9032 8511.
 
7-5-5 Lunch Menu
Seven dishes, served five days a week until 5pm.
  1. Traditional carbonara (veg option available)
  2. Pizza of the day
  3. Chilli chicken with skinny fries
  4. Chicken, cheese, red onion and sweet chilli panini
  5. Sandwich with a choice of three fillings *additional fillings 50p each
  6. Classic Caesar salad
  7. Pulled pork sliders, skinny fries and coleslaw
Only £7.55 each. Add a soft drink, tea or coffee for £2.25.
Available Monday to Friday from 12pm to 5pm (discount/concession cards not applicable).
location_on
22 Ormeau Avenue,
Belfast.
BT2 8HS
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