Stix & Stones restaurant
44-46 Upper Queen's Street, Belfast, Belfast
A passion for steak & seafood served in it's purest form.
Fresh, local produce and assertive attention to detail.
Carefully matched beverages, charming service and a vibrant atmosphere.
Not your normal restaurant...
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Reviewed 15th February 2015 (visited 13 February 2015 )
Amazing restaurant had the pre theatre menu and very good value! The steak on the stone is so tasty... All the food was very well presented and I love that most tables are round-so much more sociable!!!
Reviewed 11th February 2015 (visited 21 December 2014 )
We went to stix and stones as a group of 4. We had 3 courses, 3 steaks on the stone and one venison with chestnut gnocchi. We were so busy chatting and letting our first 2 courses settle that we forgot about our sweet. when we remided the waiter he couldn't apologise enough. He brought our sweets out imediately and the chef sent out an additional seet to let us try. Stix and Stones is definately a must in Belfast :)
Reviewed 20th January 2015 (visited 10 January 2015 )
Delicious food and great staff. The atmosphere was good. Cooking your own steak was a quirky treat.
Reviewed 09th January 2015 (visited 26 October 2014 )
Unbelievable perfect place defo recommend steak 5* cocktails 5* sides 5* :)
Reviewed 21st December 2014 (visited 29 November 2014 )
brilliant meal, such a novelty cooking your own steak in a hot stone, to your own preference. Service great,,even though the restaurant was totally booked out. Will definitely be back! Would highly recommend the chicken wings for a starter.
Reviewed 29th September 2014 (visited 2 August 2014 )
Beautiful bistro, a large, modern place mixing bare timber and leather, grand open spaces, intimate corners and round tables. It is so well lit it feels a bit like a set in a TV studio. Yet there’s nothing false about it or the service. A bean and bacon soup with truffle oil had the depth of flavour and musky aftertaste of a quality and well-considered dish. Soups are tricky when you want an exceptional one. This was exceptional. Crab salad made with avocado, apple, lime zest and pak choi is a fresh and zingy success. There are big country chunks of bread on the table but a bit of skinny toast with the crab would have perhaps created a bit of balance. Sticky chicken wings with a side salad of shredded celery, cucumber and scallion are excellent, slow-cooked, moist, flaking from the bone and served in an unsweetened barbecue sauce. These are the best we’ve had in months.
Reviewed 12th August 2014 (visited 12 August 2014 )
Just had lunch here, and already can't wait to go back again soon for dinner. Tuna Steak on the stone was amazing, and waiter couldn't have been more helpful. Top class!!