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 has been borne out of one man’s love for making pots and pans, and another man’s love for cooking great food.
Combining the two in one of Belfast’s most prominent entry’s Commercial Court, nestled between Hill St. and Donegall St. In the Cathedral Quarter you can find an eclectic little dining room with a great kitchen counter where you can taste an ever-changing menu of daily specials alongside some classic European dishes. With a friendly welcome and efficient service, their aim is to add to an already vibrant dining scene in the Cathedral Quarter and Belfast.
Produce is locally sourced where possible and the wine list offers a great range of European wines by the glass, carafe and bottle, with an extensive spirits list. To keep up to date on specials, follow us on Twitter or Facebook; or even better, pop in.
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Directions to Hadskis
Located beside Duke of York in Commercial Court