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The 11 Best Places to Eat in Cardiff

Wale’s Capital city, Cardiff, provides a plethora of attractions with its rich history, sporting excitement and impressive architecture. One thing we want to draw more attention to is its delicious foodie scene. With so many things to do in Cardiff we’re sure you’re going to need plenty of fuel to keep you exploring, right?

Moksh @MokshCardiff

Nearest Train Station: Cardiff Bay

Found in the heart of Cardiff Bay, Moksh has been considered by critics as the ‘Lady Gaga of Indians’. With a choice of menus to choose from, each one balances flavour, colour and texture whilst creating innovative and inspiring choices and remaining authentic to Indian cuisine.

The Potted Pig @thepottedpig

Nearest Train Station: Cardiff Queen Street

Found in a former bank vault underneath the city of Cardiff, The Pottted Pig has a passion for modern British food and wonderful gins. With menus based on food the chefs love to cook and eat, rather than a single concept, you can be sure you’ll be getting a taste of something special with each visit.

Mint and Mustard @mintandmustard

Nearest Train Station: Heath Low Level

Inspired by the Keralan philosophy of fresh, light and healthy food along with passion and care for the ingredients used, you can guarantee you’re in for a treat when you dine at Mint and Mustard. With a “slow food” approach, each dish is cooked fresh every time and uses only pure, natural colours and flavours.

Hang Fire Smokehouse @hangfirebbq

Nearest Train Station: Barry

Following a road trip of epic proportions around America, Samantha Evans and Shauna Guinn took the slow and low world by storm. Due to their success in the street food and pop up market ‘The First Ladies of ‘Cue’ are now opening their first restaurant in Cardiff. Definitely one you don’t want to miss.

Milk&Sugar @milkandsugarcdf

Nearest Train Station: Cardiff Queen Street

An independent bistro and coffee shop in Cardiff city centre, Milk&Sugar creates fresh food to order, beginning at breakfast all the way through to lunch. Using seasonal produce from reputable local suppliers and markets, along with changing menus, you can be sure every item will be as fresh as it is delicious.

Locke & Remedy @LockeandRemedy

Nearest Train Station: Cardiff Central

Found in what was originally Cardiff City’s library, Locke & Remedy is home to the finest classic cocktails, burgers and wood-fired pizzas. Each pizza is made fresh to order; their burgers are hand crafted using the finest ingredients, and their drinks are created carefully to bring you only the best experience.

29 Park Place @29ParkPlace

Nearest Train Station: Cardiff Queen Street

When planning your trip to Cardiff, 29 Park Place wants you to feel like you’ve found your way home. Serving freshly prepared food, breakfast through to dinner, you can be sure you’ll get that comfort feeling of being home; you may find you don’t want to leave once the meal is over. With a menu consisting of a Superfood Salad all the way to their Park Place Burger, there is something for everyone.

Urban Tap House @UrbanTapHouse

Nearest Train Station: Cardiff Central

Since opening its doors in 2013, Urban Tap House Cardiff is Wales’ first fully-devoted craft beer and cider bar. With five rooms spanning over two floors, there’s plenty of space to get cosy whilst you get the kitchen to rustle up a burger from its famed unpredictable burger selection.

Wally's Kaffehaus @wallysdeli

Nearest Train Station: Cardiff Central

Bringing the Viennese Coffee House tradition to the heart of Cardiff is Wally’s Kaffeehaus. Their ranges of coffees include several varieties unique to Austria and are rarely found in the UK. Their cake selection includes many continental classics and their menu of open sandwiches and meat and cheese platters reflects the eastern European heritage of the business.

The Grazing Shed @TheGrazingShed

Nearest Train Station: Cardiff Queen Street

Using the finest quality, locally sourced, ingredients, served in bread baked daily by a local artisanal baker, The Grazing Shed’s burgers are a taste sensation. Created by two young individuals who wanted to put their skills together and create something awesome you won’t be disappointed with your visit.

Anna-Loka @AnnaLokacafebar

Nearest Train Station: Cathays

Anna-Loka promotes an eclectic, authentic and healthy experience using principled, conscious choices that don’t compromise on quality or taste. Aiming to become the hub of home-baked goods, expect a whole range of great tasting, health conscious food with every visit.

If we’ve got you wanting to start travelling to Cardiff straight away, then don’t forget you can book your train tickets to Cardiff through redspottedhanky.com.

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