12-10pm (kitchen closes)
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About HADSKIS BELFAST
Hadskis has been born out of one man’s love for making pots and pans, and another man’s love for cooking great food.
It is an award winning restaurant in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter serving #greatfoodeveryday from 12 pm Monday to Friday and brunch from 11am, Saturday and Sunday. The menu changes regularly and features Northern Irish steak and lamb, fresh homemade pasta and delicious desserts from cheese to the tart of the day.
A great wine list features European and New World wines by the glass as well as wine by the magnum. Classic cocktails add to the mix with classics as well as tasty dessert cocktails.
Fantastic food & service
Wonderful evening out. Great atmosphere and food but especially tremendous service. Cannot wait to go back
The staff was amazing, warm friendly, knowledgable and remember us from previous visits and remember what my favourite cocktail is . The steaks were fantastic and cooked to perfection for each of us who likes it cooked into different levels.
Food delicious and very attentive service. Would definitely go back. The acoustics of the room made it quite loud at times.
Great food and service but the tables are very close together so it was very noisy
We had a lovely meal here on Saturday night. Definitely will be back.
Excellent meal and service.
Lovely vibe to the place and food was fab...thank you
Ribeye with truffle chips & pepper sauce was fantastic. I doubt if there’s a better steak in Belfast!
really lovely meal, only thing is the drinks are so overpriced..... 2 large glasses of rose came to £19!! there is also a standard 10% service charge no matter what size the table is and on top of that we had to ask for our change when the manager took our bill away! think he just assumed we were leaving an additional tip on top of the service charge which I feel shouldn't be his decision to make!
100% as always. Really great lunch and a very agreeable bottle of montepulciano.
Felt a little but rushed by staff. Maybe lacking a little atmosphere. Food was spot on
Super meal in a beautiful restaurant
Food and service very good.
Delicious food as always, lovely and friendly staff. Seating sometimes feels a bit claustrophobic, would like a bit more room between tables.
Fabulous food first time dining here as have heard a lot of mixed reviews, decided to make my own mind up. My advise is do not listen to anyone that says the food here is not good. It was one of the best meals I have had in Belfast in a long time. I got the scallop and chorizo starter, the Lamb main with the camp. Best camp EVER. Highly recommend and will be back.
Superb food! Our go to for a special occasion!
Food was fantastic!!
Service was average because we had to keep asking for our drink order and for additional drinks though the staff kept walking by us.
It can get a tad loud but I recognise that this is beyond control in such a small space. But when everyone is too busy tucking in to the fantastic food to talk, noise level is hardly an issue. Situated on the same picturesque cobbled street as the iconic Duke of York bar, this restaraunt is a great stop on a night out in Belfast.
Buzzy place for friday evening. Tables quite close together chorizo and scallop starter very salty but other 5 dishes between us very good esp chowder and fish special main course
lovely advocado smash!
We all had steak and it was amazing. The truffle fries are delicious.