Having walked past Grannie Annies on Chichester Street (A quirky Bar/Restaurant) at least once a week since it opened, I can’t believe it has taken me this long to actually go in and try it out.
Last weekend, Adam and I decided, we had enough of saying ‘we need to try Grannie Annie’s for food’ and actually go and try it. It was lunch time when we arrived and the place was pretty busy, however; we were seated straight away and given a menu to pour over. While we decided, we ordered something to drink and they arrived quickly. We both decided on burgers, I went for the B.M.L burger which had bacon, cheese, tomato, lettuce, onion rings and relish, along with some salt and chilli chunky chips. Adam choose the Peppered Burger, which was served in a brioche bun along with lettuce, smoked cheese, tomato, bacon, tobacoo onions and pepper sauce, and a side of sweet potato fries. We didn’t have to wait too long for our food to arrive and I can tell you that the pictures above don’t do the food justice. My burger and chips were de-lish and Adam’s looked amazing too and the sweet potato fries were amazing (I may have to get it the next time we go!)
The decor is quirky and the staff were very pleasant and helpful. Overall, we had a great meal and prices are reasonable. So we will definitely be back (plus, I need to try out that cocktail menu!)
Definitely don’t leave it as long as we did before trying out Grannie Annies in Belfast.