Hadskis is named after Stewart Hadski who started a business making pots and pans in the same building way back in 1760.
Today’s pots and pans are filled with such delights as Hannans bacon, egg and chips or Salt Baked Bream with lemon and capers. This restaurant is a sister to Niall McKenna’s James St.
Hadskis creates dishes you don’t see on menus every day, or every month for that matter.
This is adventurous cooking with local seasonal ingredients taking centre stage. Take a seat at the bar which gives you front row experience watching the chefs working their magic in the dramatic open kitchen. The cocktails here are worth the trip alone and they are made to suit the seasons.
Experience the fantastic bar tending skills and work your way through the list. If you have no room for dessert, that Crème Brulee Martini is just the ticket.
Check out their Wine Mondays which have a series of wine and food pairings, touring the world of wines matched perfectly to food from the Wine region.
These change every week and they are a great way to effortlessly spend an evening with great food and drink. You would be crazy not to try the award-winning brunch at the weekend.
RAI 2014 Best Casual Dining in Antrim