Sunday, 15 February 2009

Restaurant Review

Richard and I went to a Polish Restaurant in Earls Court, London last night called 'The Hadjukzak'. We had gone there about 10 years ago and I must say they had made many improvements responding positively to changing tastes and advances in food hygiene.

But to be honest old habits die hard, and The Hadjukzak is not the place to eat if you are into low fat fare. Fried, fatty foods, red meat and rich desserts still dominate most menus, although, in a move towards healthy living, the restaurant has now installed a cardiac defibrillator machine in its kitchen.

However I would recommend the 'tsalusky' noodles which are similar to Italian 'gnocchi' or German 'spaetzle' except for the fact that they're hallucinogenic.

I should warn anyone that if you do go to the Hadjukzak you have to bring your own wine as they have recently had their license revoked. You should expect to either pay a 20% corkage fee or, alternatively, allow the waiter to drink 20% of the bottle.

1 comment:

  1. What a place!
    I will note the name on my phone and make sure I recommend it to the people I hate most!