From Our Editors
Located right beneath the Central Train Station, 26 Hope Street is a cosy bar that serves up lunches and a wide range of drinks. Customers are invited to taste homemade soups, macaronis, paninis and wraps, all of which can be then washed down with beer, wine or spirits. 26 Hope Street regularly holds open mic evenings, ideal for those willing to show their talents to the public.
Took my friend here for a treat and enjoyed it very much. It was very comfortable n very friendly but it would have been nice to have been offered more tea or coffee or even just more hot water
Lovely staff. Great selection of sandwiches & cakes. Well worth the money and we even had a singer Gregor 🎶. Lovely afternoon had by all 💖
Excellent service and friendly staff. Afternoon tea was an absolute delight. Spicy chicken wrap was delicious. Will definitely be back again and have no heir action in recommending it to others.
Friendly welcome. Liked that asked what filing would like in sandwiches.
The staff were lovely and the food was ok but it looked like an old man bar and we we felt out of place being the only women in it.
Good was amazing staff were fantastic such lovely girls will definitely be back
The girls are all so lovely and welcoming! Get a lot for your money and food is so lovely
Nice enough, but not what expected
Friendly and pleasant surroundings. Staff took the time to ask what we preferred in our sandwiches that are freshly made.
Staff very attentive, given choice of sandwich fillings and plenty to choose from.
Would highly recommend to anyone. Xx
26 Hope Street