Wales Restaurants

  • Cod & Chips
    Cod & Chips
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    Jamie's Italian, Cardiff
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Wales Restaurants

  • Pubs/Bars

    4 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    The Duke of Wellington Cardiff is situated on the Hayes in the centre of Cardiff, It is a really nice pub, great to just call in for a drink or lunch while shopping in st. Davids shopping centre, its not a large pub (not as big as it looks from outside) but it serves a nice range of drinks ( The Hot Chocolate sounded lovely) and a nice looking menu...

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  • Cool Cafes

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    This is essentially delicious and the cafe delightful. The variety of savoury and sweet crepes is extensive and a rare find to have such good and reasonably priced quality food. In addition it has superb coffee and teas. The staff prepare the crepes extremely well and clearly like what they do. This is the French crepe experience at its...

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  • Italian

    4 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    The first Jamie’s Italian opened on George Street in Oxford in 2008 when after touring Italy in jamies Italian Escape and declaring that he “should have been Italian”, the now-famous Jamie Oliver decided he wanted to share everything that he had learnt about Italian food and eating with the rest of the world and so with his old friend and trusted...

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  • Chinese

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    We ordered take- aways which arrived within the hour delivered to the house. There is a wide choice of dishes- lamb, beef, chicken, duck, seafood, vegetarian, rice, noodles and pork. a well as different sauces and set menu. We were rather disappointed but agreed that eating in a restaurant is better than eating from foil containers at home. Most...

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  • Fast Food/Snacks/Takeaways

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    The restaurant is in the food court at St David's Mall. It is bright and airy and can be very busy. There is quite a large choice of fillings available . When the restaurant is busy, the service is not at its most efficient though. Tuna with mayonnaise is always safe and tasty

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  • Indian

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    Just back from another trip to South Wales and I just have to share this fantastic restaurant with everybody, We went under recommendation from Vicki's work Colleague and we were certainly glad we did, It was Lovely and i have not eaten so much for ages. The food was really really good, of a very high standard and as well as the usual Indian...

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  • Welsh

    4 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    This cafe is found inside Pugh's Garden Centre. The surroundings display gifts, plants and ornaments which you can look at while having a cup of tea or coffee, and eating delicious cakes. We had tea and one filtered coffee , all accompanied by a caramalised biscuit. But we also ordered an iced doughnut [for grandchild], welshcake and scones with...

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  • Portuguese

    4 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    I've visited many branches of Nandos, but liked the decor and atmosphere of this one near Showcase Cinema at Nantgarw near Caerphilly. The menu was like all the other Nandos restaurants. The interior was decorated with urns and pottery vessels. The seating was wooden, and the lighting dim. The service was good and quite fast. I had lemon herb...

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  • General Listings

    5 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    This eatery is in the Foodcourt at the Mall in Bridgend. It specialises in panini and sandwiches, but also sit-down meal. I always order the giant Yorkshire pudding with slices of roast turkey, roast potatoes, stuffing, mixed vegetables, cranberry sauce and gravy. It is very tasty and filling after wandering around the designer centre where it is...

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  • Fish and Seafood

    4 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    A swish place to take the girlfriend on a Saturday night. A restored barn with a lovely area outside to relax over post dinner coffees and liquers. I asked my girlfriend whether I should have three rock oysters or six for starters. She said six, which seemed to do the trick if you know what I mean :) Excellent fish all round.

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  • Eclectic/International

    4 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    Toby Carvery is a bar and restaurant with a fantastic lunch offer we found of £5 per head. It consisted of a two-course meal in a very popular restaurant, self service . Although crowded we had no difficulty getting a seat as the inside has so many nooks and crannies. Best value for money. And available till 7pm. 2013 update. The price has gone up...

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  • Steakhouses

    Cardiff Restaurants

    So it's 4am, you've had way too much to drink and you're staggering along St Mary's Street, and you really want something to eat. Not a bag of chips or a kebab but a proper meal, a big juicy steak. In which case you go to Charlestons… Charlestons is a bit of a Cardiff institution, a real spit-n-sawdust place with a dark and dingy entrance and...

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  • Turkish

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    This fantastic Turkish restaurant is on it's own small Pier in Cardiff bay. We called here after a great Day at Caerphilly Castle and St Fagans. The weather was lovely and it was nice and sunny when we went in. The walls are all glass so you have great views from wherever you sit even if your not next to the window. The menu has some really good...

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  • Lebanese

    5 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    Interesting décor, good service and fantastic food. The camel greets you as you step in. The ceiling is like a tent and coffee pot and pottery adorn corners. The food is excellent and could not be faulted. We didn't even have room for a doggie bad, and the price was good too. The mixed grill, but the humous and baba ghanoush were great too.

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  • American

    4 out of 5 stars

    Cardiff Restaurants

    This New York type diner was chosen because we had the children with us., and there is a children's meal for £3.75 which includes a drink, a choice from the main dish and a dessert. The place was busy with a number of families , and a birthday party with a lot of children present. A balloon was given to every child. Service was quite quick. My...

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  • Possibly The Most Haunted Hotel in Wales

    Go to the Bull Hotel in Abergele. It was formerly a place of worship in the mid 1800’s for the Mormons. Many ghosts roam the rooms and bar. Even so, when you are spook satisfied the staff are friendly, the accommodation cosy and you will enjoy a roaring open log fire in the bar when the days and nights are chilly.The Bull Hotel restaurant has daily...

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  • Katt Pie and other Welsh Tidbits

    The Welsh MenuBara brith – a rich fruit cake, very popular all over WalesBakescones - small flat scones cooked on a hotplateCawl – a hearty soup, sometimes served with dumplingsCawl cennin – leek soup, made with white parts of leeks, milk & potatoesCawl wystrys – oyster soup, made with oysters, meat stock & maceCrempagau - pancakes made with...

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  • Possibly the oddest restaurant in Wales

    Ranked 5th out of 821 restaurants in Wales, this deserved a visit. Due to its status as a Category B prison, all visitors including customers, are asked to hand in mobile phones and any potential weapons or sharp objects before entering.It employs 24 chefs and waiters in their 96 cover dining room, offering prisoners the chance to learn skills and...

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  • Possibly The Worst Restaurant in Wales

    This is a steak house.The t bone is the specialty, but there might not be any. The fish might also run out. And the food doesnt taste that great either. The ribs were tender though and the staff are friendly.

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  • GREAT PLACE TO EAT OUTDOORS

    AS THIS IS A FISH AND CHIP SHOP,THE THING IS TO BUY FISH AND CHIPS,WHICH I DIDAND VERY GOOD THEY WERE TOO.THE WALK ALONG THE SEA FRONT WAS JUST MAGIC,BRINGING BACK MANY CHILDHOOD MEMORIES. NO PRIZES THERE GOOD QUALITY FRESH FISH AND PROPER FRESHLY MADE CHIPS.

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  • Possibly the best carrot cake in...

    After a walk around the falls in the constant Snowdonian drizzle a steaming hot cup of coffee and a delicious slice of Carrot cake was exactly what was needed.As well as a place to refuel after a walk the Hotel does have reasonably priced rooms. Carrot cake

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  • Contemporary Indian in Wales

    We felt vey comfortable here. The service was prompt and efficient (something to be grateful for in Britain) and the food was reasonable overall, some very good. Poppadums with a trio of toppings including onion, tomato and cucumber and one very sour one - very nice. Pakoras and samosas - very good. King Prawn Bhuna - tomato, sweet, mild. Lamb...

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  • Going back in time

    The whole evening was very well organised, from the jester rounding you up from the hotel bar, to the wenches greeting you at the door with brad and salt to ward off evil spirits, to the lady of the court with her welcoming speach, the lord giving a running commentary throughout and the serving wenches entertaining you after dinner with their...

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  • Oldest and Most Haunted!

    The Skirrid Mountain Inn is situated in Llanvihangel Crucorney which is a small village just off the A465 about 5 miles north of Abergavenny on the Way to Llanthony Priory and is said to be The Oldest Pub in Wales and is a rival for the title of the Oldest Inn in Great Britain with a history dating back to the Norman conquest.The Pubs Stone...

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  • A Great Old Inn (but Dissapointing...

    Ever since my first visit to the Black Boy Inn in Easter 2009 i have wanted to call in again and try some of their great looking food so for my 40th Birthday while on a trip around various places in North Wales I had decided that I would like to spend my Actual birthday in Caernarfonon (Sunday April 11th 2010). and so Chose the Black Boy Inn for...

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  • A pub with real history!

    This fantastic pub serves great food, It is an old pub and dates from around the 15th century. Previously called Ty Newydd (New House) Tavern, yet renamed in its present form during the late 18th century in honour of George, Prince of Wales, who was crowned George IV in 1820. It has been rebuilt over the years with the original Inn facing east and...

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  • Dig In and Dine Down

    The atmosphere is great and the service is cheerful! You'll be surrounded by a mix of locals and non-locals. But you can escape for a cozy table for two by a fireplace. It has everything you could want and is out of the way so isn't crammed with people. The food is so good and the restaurant offers different theme nights as well if you don't fancy...

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  • The best restaurant in Bangor

    A small building on the Pier Front situated to the side of the Pier Car Park. It is one of the very few proper restaurants in Bangor and in my opinion the best.The restuarant itself is on the small side but does good business and I believe is soon to be undergoing refurbishment and possibly enlargement of the premises to meet with customer...

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  • Railway food was really fine

    We did the Brecon Mountain Railway trip and were starving by the end so thought we may as well eat at the cafe at the station. We were so surprised the range was pretty good and the setting and atmosphere made you think you were in an old fashioned railway restaurant. It was licensed and everything. Don't confuse this with the snack bar at the...

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  • Food is fabulous in Pandy

    This cute pub was up the road from our Bed and Breakfast by about a mile. It is also within a 2 min walk of a caravan park. The setting was quaint and the food was fabulous. Just standard Welsh Pub stuff but really tasty and came out in a timely manner. We ate here twice. We enjoyed the Garlic Mushrooms and Chicken Parmesan Parcels. Both were off...

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  • The Gatehouse at Monmouth

    We had lunch at Monmouth en route to Abergavenny. The food was delicious when it arrived but it took a long time. The surrounds and furnishing were lovely and the setting is beside the Monnow Bridge. there is ample parking (mind you it is pay to park) within eye sight. About 2 mins walk. It is a slightly longer walk up into the main part of town...

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  • For the Rail Enthusiasts

    You could order food here and it looked alright, but we had just dropped in for a drink after dinner.There was a lot of 'train stuff' around and the whole place had a nice ambience. A lot of locals and a casual feel. Beer: - I tried the King's Shilling (good), Damon had a Shropshire Gold (ok) and a Hereford Pale Ale (good, fruity, in my opinion).

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  • Worst restaurant meal ever, anywhere!

    This restaurant was recommended to us as having a good reputation. The ambience and surroundings were fantastic.The food and service - the worst we have ever encountered anywhere in our travels. Is this too harsh - I think not!We were led to believe that this was a "fine dining establishment" in a very special setting.Well...The setting was...

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  • Porthmadog Seafood

    What's on the menu...that depends on what was caught today! Absolutely fresh, perfectly cooked. This is an owner-managed family business and it shows in the high standard of service.Casual, fisherman theme, candles and checked tablecloth style decor. This cafe is a great place to dine. Be prepared to BYO (Bring Your Own wine), there is a bottle...

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  • Sandwiches and Pastries

    If you want a cheese or meat pie. They also have baguettes with Tuna, Chicken. All sorts of sweet pastries as well. Good Welsh Cakes. There is no place to sit, but for a cheap quick lunch it's quite convient. They are found in most towns.

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  • Welsh Food

    Welsh food is similar to English though there are a few dishes unique to Wales which are worth trying if you get the chance. Cawl - similar to Irish stew. Laverbread - a traditional Welsh dish made from seaweed and oatmeal. Bara Brith - delicious but very rich cake, quite similar to fruit cake. Welsh Cakes - similar to scones though flatter.

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  • Only If You are Really Stuck !!

    I wouldn't be so quick to recommend the local Chinese, We had a but of a wait there + I was a bit ill the next morning, Please see Introduction page for full story

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  • You could eat here !!??

    On the Friday night a lot of us met up in "The Old Corn Mill" Nice place next to the river, quite a few of our group ate here and they said that the food was good. There were no smoking areas, a terrace outside overlooking the river and several different rooms to eat or drink in. I thought that the drinks were a bit over-priced but maybe that was...

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  • Dont miss the half a shoulder of...

    Small restaurant so make sure you book, has seasonal food using local ingredients such as welsh lamb from nearby farms. You get a taster of some Welsh starters and the lamb is like nothing I've ever seen. If you go for it you on't need a starter or pudding it's huge - shoulder and leg!!!!We hve been back twice and never been dissapointed 1/2...

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  • Good Caldeirada

    Well being a good portuguese I could not go past a portuguese restaurant and remain indiferent, so I ate there. Well I was pleasantly surprised that the recipes were slightly altered, maybe to appeal to the locals taste, but they were very good.The picture is not for this restaurant. That was a building of a restaurant in the middle of nowhere, now...

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  • Great decoration ....

    Great decoration, shame about the food... It looked lovely and fresh on the counter when I ordered it but on the plate it wasn't that nice. Great place for the atmosphere and decoration thought, might give it another try.

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  • The Bull Inn

    This little pub in Llangollen had the nicest staff. They were so eager to serve us lunch when we arrived. Unfortueately we only had time for some hot chips. But boy they were good!And only one pound! Hot chips. Served wrapped in paper, hot and tasty.

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  • Quaint, cheap and a good meal

    The Anchor is a small pub located at the base of the Tintern Abbey. It accomodates for both smokers and non-smokers, although to be honest the non-smokers room was isolated from the warm charm of the pub. The meals were of a good size and good value for money. However, there were not many beers to choose from as some of the locally brewed beers...

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  • Mountain Stream

    We enjoyed our picnics so much that we had to have another one!! This time, we were into the 4th day of our trip and still out in the middle of nowhere in north-central Wales. No problem, we had our usual supplies of wine, cheese and bread on-hand so we could easily pull off the road to enjoy the gurgling sound of Stream Twymyn as we ate.Then, it...

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  • Pub Meal

    Following our explorations of the beautiful Lake Vyrnwy area, we decided to have lunch at a pub not far away, in the small hamlet of Llangynog. This nice little community is located off the beaten path, in the hills just west of Oswestry.It was good to enjoy a good pub brew in the summer airs! Most of these village pubs were quite interesting. I...

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