Bottomless brunches in Cardiff (Ad)

Finding the perfect place to feed the five thousand (give or take) is never easy – especially when you have to cater for an eclectic mix of tastes. There’s rarely an option that combines quality,…

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Tiny Rebel Cardiff, Westgate Street – Beer & Food

With a Newport-based brewery and two bars to its name, Tiny Rebel is at the forefront of South Wales’ thriving craft beer scene. However, as I discovered when I popped along to Tiny Rebel Cardiff on…

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Coffee shop review: 200 Degrees – Queen St, Cardiff

A few months ago, Cardiff’s Queen Street gained a new coffee shop in the form of 200 Degrees, on the former site of Base and Barley restaurant. Owned by a Nottingham-based independent coffee roaster, the Cardiff…

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Restaurant review: Seafood Shack – High Street, Cardiff

I’ve been looking forward to the launch of Seafood Shack in Cardiff for months. Le Monde (St. Mary Street) aside, I can’t think of any decent restaurants in Cardiff city centre specialising in seafood, so…

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Restaurant review: The Corner House – Caroline Street, Cardiff

There aren’t many pubs in Cardiff city centre dishing up food that could rival some of the city’s leading restaurants, and Caroline Street (known locally as Chippy Lane/Alley) is the last place you’d expect to find…

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Cafe/deli review: Madame Fromage – Castle Arcade, Cardiff

Stretched across a corner in one of Cardiff’s oldest Victorian arcades, Castle Arcade, sits a quaint French café/delicatessen by the name of Madame Fromage. Run by a French family. Madame Fromage began its life as a…

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Restaurant review: Ask Italian – Wyndham Arcade, Cardiff

 If you’ve been anywhere near Wyndham Arcade, Cardiff recently, you could be forgiven for thinking a new restaurant has opened up on the end nearest to Mill Lane. With its new striped canopy and painted…

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Cosy Club Cardiff’s Major-General burger shortlisted in National Burger Awards

Recently, I was invited to Cosy Club Cardiff to try out their new burger, the Major-General, currently shortlisted as one of the UK’s top 16 burgers in the National Burger Awards. Owned by Loungers, Cosy…

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A 13-course introduction to Grey restaurant at Hilton Hotel, Cardiff

Earlier this month, I was introduced to Grey, the new restaurant at the Hilton Hotel on Kingsway, Cardiff, in the form of a tantalising thirteen-course mini tasting menu. Overlooking Cardiff Castle, the restaurant gets its…

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7-course tasting menu at Chapel 1877 on Churchill Way, Cardiff

After paying my first visit to Chapel 1877, Cardiff  just a couple of months ago, I jumped at the opportunity to return to sample the seven-course tasting menu along with fellow food blogger, The Plate Licked…

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