Sunken Hundred is a popular restaurant in Brooklyn's Gowanus neighborhood that serves up traditional Welsh cuisine such as creampog, Welsh rarebit, and "ffagodau", a disk comprised of lamb heart and liver meatballs. In this video from Eater, see how the dish comes together.
At Sunken Hundred, a Welsh restaurant in Brooklyn’s Gowanus neighborhood, meatballs get a hearty treatment. Called ffagodau, the dish is made from a combination of ground lamb heart and liver and served with minty peas and yogurt. Watch the video above to see how it comes together.
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