A roast dinner to rave about in Bridgend – Restaurant Review: Pantruthyn Farm – Pencoed

Last Sunday, I ventured out of my usual dining territory of Cardiff and visited Pantruthyn Farm in Pencoed, Bridgend, a cosy pub/restaurant built within an old farm house that still retains many of its original features. Pantruthyn Farm is owned by Table Table, a brand belonging to the biggest hospitality company in the UK, Whitbread, … READ MORE

Carvery, Cake & Community – Restaurant Review: Cedar Tree Farm, Cardiff

Situated on Ferry Road in Grangetown, Cardiff, (opposite Asda and Frankie and Benny’s), Cedar Tree Farm serves classic British dishes and all-day carveries in a cosy pub atmosphere Managed by Andrew and Maria Fox, the venue is one in 20 of Greene King’s Farmhouse Inns chain and opened in late 2013. There is a real … READ MORE

Restaurant review: Oscars of Cardiff, Pontcanna

    Based in the leafy suburbs of Pontcanna, Oscars of Cardiff stands upon the former site of famed French restaurant, Le Gallois. Just like its predecessor, Oscars has become a popular destination for those looking to enjoy quality food in stylish surroundings.   Oscars has a lot to live up to, given the success of its big sister Oscars of Cowbridge, but it has established … READ MORE

Restaurant review: The Black Lion Inn – Derwenlas, Machynlleth

  Nestled amongst the idyllic hills and mountains of the Dyfi Valley lies a cosy countryside pub named The Black Lion Inn. Situated in Derwenlas, Machynlleth, the pub is easily accessible from the A487. Owned and run by Colin and Cheryl Jones for over ten years, The Black Lion Inn boasts a traditional pub atmosphere, a mouthwatering food menu and … READ MORE