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Restaurant review: Hadskis in Belfast… it’s not all about the turkey

Joris Minne


Niall McKenna’s Christmas cook & dine dinner for two
Collect from Hadskis, Commercial Court, Belfast. www.jamesstandco.com

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Hadskis at home

Hadskis at home

Hadskis' Head Chef Aaron McNiece with the boss, Niall McKenna

Hadskis' Head Chef Aaron McNiece with the boss, Niall McKenna

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Hadskis at home

If you thought last Christmas was weird, brace yourself for another Covid-shaped celebration this year. For food lovers, cook-at-home restaurant meals provided some relief but they didn’t satisfy that hunger for dressing up a bit, being out with friends and ordering cocktails before sitting down for dinner brought to us by smiling restaurant staff.

Those boxed meals revealed many insights into chefs’ secrets. The risotto from Noble for instance, was a festival of butter and parmesan, the volumes of which were superhuman and a window into the thoughts of a chef who only wanted to win your heart (and possibly stop it functioning as a result of their generosity of spirit). The meals may have played a critical role in the survival of many restaurants but who knew they were here to stay?


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