4Th Wall Brings a Touch of Drama to Dining Experience
The 4th Wall brings a bit of dramatic flair to the dining experience, and derives its name from what it believes to be the “imaginary wall” that separates the audience from the stage. The fact that the restaurant’s name is associated with the stage is no coincidence – it actually overlooks the MAC theatre and many of its patrons are theatre goers.
The venue is based in Saint Anne’s Square, which is a beautiful area situated within the Cathedral Quarter. The venue is perfectly suited to its area, and welcomes patrons with a dramatic black and white themed exterior.
Diners will not find themselves low on variety when visiting 4th Wall as there are a variety of menus to choose from, including an a la carte, pre theatre, kids, Sunday, lunch and express lunch menu. The restaurant focuses on Irish cuisine, and prides itself on sourcing local produce. The meals range from wholesome, large portions to more elegant meals, so there is something for everyone, for just about every occasion.
The pre theatre menu tends to be a very popular option with visitors, who can expect to enjoy two courses for £15.95 or three courses for £17.95. The a la carte menu boasts options such as the Venison Saddle for £18.50 and the 10oz Chargrilled Ribeye for £22.50. The menu prices are fair for the quality and portion diners receive, although not quite as affordable as many diners would like.
For drinks, diners can look forward to a large wine and cocktail selection. Friendly and knowledgeable staff only add to the quality of the experience.
There is definitely a buzz about 4th Wall, and it has added to this by closely associating with the theatre. A lot of effort has gone into “setting the stage” as it were, for a great dining experience, and it is up to patrons to ensure that this opportunity is not taken wasted. Anyone visiting the theatre, or just out for a few cocktails, will not want to give this venue a miss.
Saint Anne’s Square,
Talbot St, Belfast
Telephone: 028 9027 8707