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All services in the Wolff Grill and Drawing Office Two must be pre-booked. Please contact us or call 028 9508 2000 to submit a request for your preferred times.


Wolff Grill Opening Times

Breakfast is served daily from 7 a.m. - 11.45 a.m.

Dining times: 6 p.m. – 9.30 p.m. daily.

Sunday Lunch: 1 p.m. – 2.30 p.m.

Room service is also available. A single use room service menu will be available in your room also should you be more comfortable dining in the privacy of your own room.

To make a reservation in the Wolff Grill, please use the form available on the right side of your screen or telephone 028 9508 2000.  Please note that bookings MUST be made in advance.
See the Wolff Grill Menu HERE

Our team of award-winning chefs led by Nigel Mannion have crafted a unique menu for The Wolff Grill - a refined dining restaurant with views towards the spectacular Titanic Belfast building and historic slipways where Titanic and her sister ships Olympic and Britannic were constructed.

Employing the finest locally sourced ingredients, the restaurant offers a delicious menu and unique atmosphere for guests. Undoubtedly the best Titanic Quarter restaurant to eat in during your visit or stay in the area.  An exclusive private dining space is available for parties and intimate gatherings.

Lunch and Afternoon Tea are served in the relaxed surroundings of Drawing Office Two and the stunning Presentation Room, prepared by the same team and from the same kitchen as The Wolff Grill.

To book Afternoon tea, please contact afternoontea@titanichotelbelfast.com and advise of any dietary requirements.  Please see Afternoon Tea menus below:




Frequently Asked Questions

The Wolff Grill Restaurant is a first-rate example of a fine dining experience, with a menu that has been delicately crafted by head chef Nigel Mannion, who sources only the freshest local ingredients. The restaurant is a part of a very historically relevant hotel, and is based where Harland and Wolff designed the Titanic and her sister ships. The plaques available on the walls explain key information about Harland and Wolff and stand out to someone who came to Belfast to visit the nearby Titanic Experience.
The Harland Bar, one of Northern Ireland's most historic cocktail bars is set in the beautifully renovated Harland and Wolff offices, where the the RMS Titanic itself was designed. The Harland bar has so much luxury to offer, along with drinks specifically crafted to burst with flavor, and of course, a kick of alcohol. Sit back, relax, and enjoy an evening in the life of the first class passengers who travelled on the famous Titanic.
The Titanic Hotel, Belfast has some amazing offers for afternoon tea, so why not stop in after The Titanic Experience and enjoy The Drawing Room, which is evocative of another era. The attention to detail and the staff are beyond expectations, according to previous guests, and we will do our very best to ensure you experience the same quality.
Some areas, such as the office of the Titanic's designer, Thomas Andrews, have been restored to their original state and are exclusively used for small, occasional private meetings. Rooms such as this one and other historic work rooms have been repurposed for private events and meetings and can be booked via telephone or email here. Alternatively, The Wolff Grill Restaurant also accepts bookings for private dining parties, a more informal setting.
The Titanic Hotel Belfast has many dining opportunities to offer, including The Wolff Grill's a la carte dining offer for business travelers and the discerning visitor wishing to savor a more formal environment. There are many offers available here on the Titanic Hotel's website, as well as dining offers that come as part of an overnight package.
Titanic Hotel, located in Belfast city centre, has a plethora of meeting rooms available, of varying sizes, that have plenty of character and beautiful heritage in their architecture. The old offices of Harland, Wolff, Andrews, and others who worked on the design of the Titanic and her sister ships, and the entryway are now used as conference and meeting rooms and event facilities. We can accommodate six people in The Telephone Exchange, up to fifty in The Chairman's Office, or up to three hundred in The Drawing Room, and any number in between.