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Acton & Sons

17 Brunswick Street, Castleview Terrace, BELFAST, County Antrim, BT2 7GE
Acton & Sons

About

The restaurant Acton and Sons is situated in the heart of the linen quarter close to many of Belfasts major hotels including the Europa, Fitzwilliam, Holiday inn and Jurys inn.

The modern, vibrant décor is reflected in the extensive exciting menus. Acton & sons has an individual style of modern Irish food, serving a wide range of dishes with a classic touch. Acton and sons is especially proud of their vegetarian and Vegan menu, which they would consider to be one of the best in Belfast!! For those who are Gluten free, all options are also printed clearly on the menu. Seafood is a major part of our repertoire and changes regularly.

The eclectic wine list includes an excellent range of both new and old world wines with a variety of vintages to suit all palates, look out for the hidden gems within the menu!

There is a great choice of menus on offer to suit every occasion including a great value pre theatre menu for those attending the Opera house, Ulster hall and the Waterfront hall. Our friendly team look forward to making your visit a memorable one.

Acton and sons is open 6 days a week Monday to Saturday serving breakfast , lunch and dinner. The friendly, relaxed atmosphere makes it the ideal venue for any occasion.

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Facilities

Catering

  • Cocktail Menu

Children & Infants

  • Baby changing facilities
  • Children's Menu Available
  • Highchairs Available

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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Tel+44 (0) 28 9024 0239

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Opening Times

* Mon- Fri 0700-21.30
Sat- 0800-22.00

Sunday-Closed but open in the month of December.

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