The Restaurant at The Fitzwilliam Hotel, what an unusual room, with communal tables and stunning high-backed chairs, you know your experience will be very good.
The head chef, Dean Butler, whose cooking style classical but modern, is an advocate for sourcing amazing quality produce from the top suppliers in Northern Ireland, which is reflected in his innovative dishes which are representative of the quality local food that is available.
Enjoy afternoon tea with a twist every Saturday and Sunday. Designed for dads the Crafternoon Tea menu features hearty mouthfuls and craft beers. Find out more below.
Restaurant at the Fitzwilliam Hotel
- Great Victoria Street, Belfast
- BT2 7BQ
Indulge in seasonal Afternoon Tea from £30 per person with a glass of prosecco or mocktail and £35 per person with a glass of champagne. Accompanied by a wondrous tea selection, delicious handmade scones and finger sandwiches, it’s an occasion not to be missed!
Father's Day 'Crafternoon' Tea
Treat your dad to afternoon tea with a unique twist. Dainty finger sandwiches have been replaced with hearty pork and leek scotch eggs, mini steak burgers, fish finger and homemade tartar sauce baps – all accompanied by two local hand-crafted beers from Whitewater Brewing Co.
Crafternoon Tea also includes white chocolate and raspberry scone with clotted cream and fruit jam and a chocolate and hazelnut brownie.
£30pp from Father’s Day, Sunday 20th June.
Then every Saturday & Sunday from 1-4pm. Pre-booking is essential, 24 hours in advance (call hotel on 02890 442080). Minimum of two to be ordered per reservation.