If there were just one dish that sums up the ethos and style of Hadskis, then it might be their cheesy Parmesan truffle chips. It’s not just the crispy, cheesy spuds themselves, but also the cheery way in which this little saucepan of deliciousness is served – along with witty cracks from the staff about how they’re ready to call the ambulance when you’ve got through it. It’s mighty. The menu loves up the great brasserie classics: sole on the bone with scallops; slow-cooked pork; chateaubriand; Portavogie crab; Shorthorn burger and chips. The food is stupendous, and the kitchen extracts every element of flavour from the ingredients, and piles it into every bite. Hadskis is truly Belfast at its best, and try to book a seat at the counter so you get close to the action.
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