No frills here at the Mad Hatter, just well-prepared meals and a friendly atmosphere. There's an extensive breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea menu to ... More
No frills here at the Mad Hatter, just well-prepared meals and a friendly atmosphere. There's an extensive breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea menu to choose from, with breakfast served all day - always a popular choice as a hangover remedy with the many students who live in this area. Summer affords true Mad Hatter tea parties in the tea garden - thankfully without the sleeping dormouse in the teapot, just wholesome home cooking. Mad Hatter may not offer anything wildly unusual, but everything you get here is fresh and well prepared, which explains its mention in the Taste of Ulster eatery guide to Northern Ireland.
Called in on Friday morning on way to work for takeaway full soda. What I got was deep fried soda bread, 1 burnt reheated sausage, a hard egg and bacon fried in dirty oil. And the price? £6.35 for the soda plus 2 bottles of water. Without doubt the worst soda I have ever been served and probabaly the most expensive. I walked back in and handed it back 2 mins later I was so disgusted. Told them to keep the £6.35. Called at a nearby competitor and paid £2.90 for a freshly cooked soda. Avoid at all costs!!!
I dislike the name the Mad Hatter because it has nothing to do with the resturant and may make costumers go away. Don't let that stop you i'm not saying I didn't like it just because of its name. It's good for Families and kids and friends. I especially liked the frys. The eggs are yummy. The service is brilliant and the food comes quickly but is cooked brilliantly. You can't wait to dig in and enjoy your gorgeous meal. I'm sorry to talk about this but the bathrooms are great. There is a large range of music and I haven't been on valentines day but it's probably good for Romantic Dining. ANY DAY! OR NIGHT! Why not go? When you come out you'll have enjoyed your meal.
good menu, all decently priced, friendly atmosphere, almost like a country cafe.
Service maybe a little slow but its always busy so you just gotta accept it. Definitely not the kinda place you wanna go if you want spoiled, but if you just want a good feed and a nice cup of tea, definitely the place for you. There are loads of restaurants that would charge twice the price for a lot less.
Its the kind of place that would recognise a face and remember a regular, something which is getting increasingly rare in Belfast, especially for being just off the often pretentious Lisburn Road.
Great hangover food, also do take away
This place serves great food to a great mix of customers; Old ladies after church, hungover students and 'young professionals' and singletons needing a roast.
The giant Fry is exactly that and at only £5 and an ever topped up pot of tea, what more can you want?
You can get all day breakfasts and great specials.
Good staff, dont forget to leave a tip they really like it
coffee-cappicino, mocha, de-cafe
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