Where to eat in CardiffWednesday 12 November 2014 by Lezley Harris-Morgan Cardiff is a city that has a variety of different districts from the Café Quarter around Mill Lane to the waterfront of Mermaid Quay at Cardiff Bay. The city is rapidly acquiring a reputation for fine dining with a fantastic selection of British and International restaurants, as well as authentic Welsh cuisine - here are some of our favourites!
Where to eat
The Corner House is a new smart, stylish and relaxed venue situated in the heart of Cardiff, close to Mill Lane. Its cosy ambience, calm lighting and shabby chic interior is perfect for winding down in after a day’s work or sightseeing – enjoy a wide range of dishes from fish and chips, to pizza, to an evening a la carte menu!
Las Iguanas is also set in the buzzing café quarter, suitably accompanying its exotic cuisine and ambience. The food here is a fusion of Latin American influences, bursting with flavour and made with love and pride. Don’t miss out on their fantastic cocktails either – we’d recommend the classic and authentic Margaritas or Caipirinhas!
If you’re in Cardiff Bay, enjoy a relaxed evening at Mimosa Kitchen & Bar, where you can unwind with a cocktail or beer and feast your eyes on an array of contemporary British cuisine with a taste of Wales, such as Welsh Lamb Cawl and Pant-Ysgawn Salad.
The Social is a new restaurant that has recently opened in the Parc Hotel by Thistle and has been awarded two AA rosettes for its exquisite dishes. Executive Chef Iain Inman uses world ingredients to create an exciting and innovative menu that will whet your appetite and, along with the excellent drinks menu and bar, provide a great evening with friends or colleagues.
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We’ve given you a selection of our favourite restaurants here, but click here to see everything else that the Capital of Wales has to offer.
SACO Cardiff is just a short walk from all the restaurants of the city, so why not stroll back to your home-from-home apartment after your evening meal and put your feet up with a glass of wine!
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