Monday, December 17, 2007

Harbourview Japanese restaurant ... excellent

cropped image from xxxrmt's flickr feed

A quick review. My first time in the Harbourview Japanese restaurant that opened in the carbuncle built in front of Belfast’s Waterfront Hall. (That’s slightly unfair, as the side facing the Waterfront/river is perfectly pleasant, but the back side facing the courts looks like the good entrance to a hotel.)

Anyway, back to the main subject of what’s inside.

Really nice d├ęcor and ambiance. (I choose to forgive the Christmas muzak that invades our eardrums at this time of year.)

(slightly) cropped version of an image of the inside of Harbourview Japanese from ConnorTreacy's flickr feed

You get to sit at a table/bar, and the food is cooked in front of you, expertly timed to suit the speed of your group’s eating. The chicken and salmon that came with Set Meal A was beautiful, particularly the salmon.

Recommended. Good value for the quality of food. Would go back. And would encourage others to try it out.

Now all Belfast needs is a sushi bar - though someone will no doubt now tell me we already have one.

(Photos courtesy of xxxrmt and ConnorTreacy on flickr.)


ruthEbabes said...

I've been wanting to go here for a while... thanks for the review, it's made me want to go more now!

Andy McMillan said...

We do have a sushi bar - its on Botanic across from AM:PM!

Minge said...