On or around 1760, Stewart Hadskis opened an iron foundry in Commercial Court. He made pots and pans as well as other implements. The business was carried out by the Hadskis family until 1798. In keeping with the rich history of the building, Hadskis was created.
Hadskis is another award winning restaurant from Niall McKenna's series of Belfast restaurants.
Located on Belfast's most photographed street, Commercial Court, opposite the Duke of York, Hadskis marries the best of European menus with Northern Irish produce.
Headed up by chef, Cathal Duncan and manager, Michael Cole, Hadskis is an eclectic and likely. The kitchen counter is one of the best eating out experiences.
The food is paired with a fantastic range of wines, beers and cocktails. The great lunch menu is not to be missed as is the Wine Monday nights, where a 3 course meal is paired with wines. Private dining is available for up to 24 guests.
The name Hadskis is a nod to a previous tenant of the building back in 1760 when Stewart Hadski opened a foundry making pots and pans. Stewart carried the business on until 1798.
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Directions to Hadskis
Located beside Duke of York in Commercial Court