Opposite Trinity College and the Bank of Ireland sits this large 19th Century Scottish sandstone building that used to be the Belfast Bank. Inside, the former banking hall is a magnificent profusion of mosaics, carved wood, plasterwork and a neck-craning stained glass roof. Grab a seat at, or near, the bar or take the stairs to the balcony for a great bird's eye view of fellow diners. Food - from breakfast to evening dinner - is refreshingly good value and reassuringly replete. Fork a healthy salad, chow down on bangers and mash or enjoy some R&R with a cafe latte and devilish dessert. And, if you're en route to see the Book of Kells, take a preview peak at the replica on display near the Bank's front entrance.