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Halibut with caponata, pak choi and in the foreground, seafood linguine at Waterman House

Halibut with caponata, pak choi and in the foreground, seafood linguine at Waterman House

Halibut with caponata, pak choi and in the foreground, seafood linguine at Waterman House

Serial ideas man Niall McKenna and his partner Joanne were busy during the lockdowns. Invisible to passersby in Hill Street, work had begun on Hadskis’ replacement: a vast former warehouse and offices transformed into a complex which now includes a cookery school, restaurant, dining rooms and event spaces.

Welcome to Waterman House. The big spaces buzz to the whir of blenders, rat-tat-tat of chopping boards and hum of fan ovens in the cookery school while the sound of happy diners in next door’s high ceilinged, austere-yet-charming dining room envelopes you as you step inside.


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