Waterman Restaurant (and Waterman House cookery school)
Niall McKenna, Belfast chef has made the bold decision to invest in his latest venture, Waterman House which has meant that his restaurant Hadskis, has closed its doors. Waterman House the latest venture offers a bigger and better cookery school, with access to outside space on half bap lane, an expansive events and conference room, accommodating 80-120 guests alongside a new restaurant in the Georgian Hill Street side of the premises, serving contemporary European dining in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter.
The Grade II listed building was previously home of the Bushmills bonded warehouse. Described as “no-frills”, the quality of the ingredients and cooking speak for themselves. You might have Ardglass lobster, Harissa pork belly, stuffed courgette flowers, a charcuterie plate, mushroom arancini, in-house chocolate truffles, superb wines and coffee. The value is also outstanding.
Niall and his team plan to host wine tastings, cookery demonstrations and supper clubs alongside the class schedule which includes culinary classics classes, from fish and shellfish, to customer favourites sushi and cocktails and some exciting new cooking challenges incorporating the newly installed wood burning oven.