Restaurant review: Gurkha Corner, Abergavenny

I’ve lost count of the number of restaurants that have popped up in Cardiff in recent years, but sadly, traditional Nepalese restaurants still seem few and far between. Luckily, if you travel a little further into…

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Restaurant review: Mezza Luna, Moroccan and Lebanese cuisine – City Road, Cardiff

Perched halfway up City Road, at first glance, Mezza Luna doesn’t look too different from the countless other grill houses this part of Cardiff is so well known for. However, this unsuspecting restaurant was recently…

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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: Zio Pin, Italian restaurant- Albany Road, Cardiff

In keeping with the Italian theme of my most recent restaurant review, I’m writing about a meal I had a few weeks ago at Zio Pin Italian restaurant on Albany Road, Cardiff.  An independent restaurant…

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