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Food scene in Cardiff

Store
“Wow if you want excitement and fun you need to try this. also Cardiff has many cinemas, bowling, River Taff walking trail, swimming pools , 18 hole golf at Heath Park, horse riding in Cardiff and surrounding areas. Check out our information book about loads of activites to do in and around Cardiff”
17 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Located in a former bank vault beneath the city, The Potted Pig restaurant shares its passion for modern British food and wonderful gins! Monday - Thursday 12.00 - 2.30pm and 6.30pm till 9.00 Friday & Saturday 12.00 - 2.30pm and 6.30pm till 9.30pm Sunday 12.00 - 2.30pm www.thepottedpig.com”
18 locals recommend
Cafe
“Juno is also a cafe with a roof terrace so the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat and a drink and when the sun is out, catch some rays on the roof! ”
23 locals recommend
Bar
“Best for: Casual dining Ten years at the heart of Cardiff’s student hub in Roath have allowed Milgi to build up a devoted and ever-expanding client base, won over by its eclectic decoration, well-proportioned cocktails and flavour-stacked, internationally-inspired, vegetarian plant-based street food. Starters £7.50, mains £11.95.”
30 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Incredible tapas, great cocktails and a fab atmosphere. This is one of our favourite places to go out in Cardiff. If you're looking to head there for tapas on Friday or Saturday night (or when there's an event in the city) it's worth booking a table - www.bar44.co.uk”
18 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Almost every kind of shop, cafe and restaurant can be found here. It is under cover so great for a rainy day. Cardiff Centre is a myriad of shops and beautiful Victorian arcades. Don't miss the central market where you can buy Welsh Cockles, cheeses, Welshcakes cooked fresh on a Bakestone and of course Welsh laver bread. St Johns church is nearby for a coffee. It's beautiful.”
11 locals recommend
Bakery
“Yummy danish pastried and bakes and the coffee is sooo good. It's nice to get away from the chains!!”
19 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Chapter Arts Centre is located in a converted school, it has a restaurant / cafe and bar, cinemas and a theatre and events. It is a very buzzing place day and night.”
20 locals recommend
Cafe
“Family-run Italian café/restaurant with mother serving home-made dishes from its open kitchen.”
17 locals recommend
Cafe
“Good music on Friday nights i believe, decent drinks selection and some cocktails. Fun people and a great outside area for socialising.”
13 locals recommend
Restaurant
“185A COWBRIDGE RD EAST - FINE DINING WITH FRIENDLY PRICES - SERVICE IS IMPECABLE”
18 locals recommend
Cafe
“Salads and wholefoods - laid back cafe, nice friendly vibe. Sometimes has poetry evenings ”
12 locals recommend
Pizza Place
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“It doesn't look like much from the outside but this place serves some of the best authentic Italian food in Cardiff.”
13 locals recommend
Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant
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“You won't even know you're not eating meat! Great selection of Indian food at a very reasonable price. Bring your own booze for a small fee.”
14 locals recommend
Cafe
“Great food for lunch or breakfast, coffees and a little store to buy local preserves and coffee to take home with you.”
15 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Best for: Casual dining, cheap eats, kid-friendly After spending four years in a catering bus providing grateful festival-goers with an alternative to cheap hot dogs, Cai Pritchard honed the art of burgercraft and is now established in Cardiff’s foodie-central zone, Whitchurch Road. The Breaking Bad-saluting ‘Heisen Burger’ is the headline act (Welsh Black beefburger with blue cheese, crispy bacon and blue drunken onions) at £7.95.”
10 locals recommend