Foodies Guide: Where to Eat in Cardiff During Your Stay

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Whether you’re in search of a tasty breakfast, refreshing lunch or a hearty meal before exploring Cardiff nightlife, our guide to Where to Eat in Cardiff has got you covered!

Got Beef

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Get Beef is best-loved for serving burgers that mean business! From beef burgers stacked with mouthwatering toppings to tasty chicken sandwiches, the extensive menu offers an impressive range of choice.

And don’t let the name deceive you! Vegetarians are also well catered for at this Cardiff hot spot. Plus, it’s well worth trying their dirty fries and delicious nachos for an indulgent treat.

The Clink

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While in Cardiff, why not try alternative dining at The Clink? A dining experience delivering change, The Clink is staffed by prisoners working towards reform via NVQ qualifications.

Offering the best of organic produce, The Clink is not only a rewarding experience but also one of the top fine dining spots in the city, winning a multitude of awards over the years.

Saray Restaurant

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If you’re a fan of authentic Turkish cuisine, look no further than Saray. Perfect for a meal out with friends and family, why not order a selection of sharing plates?

Meze plates include falafel and halloumi while main courses feature everthing from yoghurt dishes and steaks to seafood and mixed grills. Yum!

The Stable

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Head to The Stable for a fantastic election of sourdough base pizza. The Stable’s tasty creations are made with homemade tomato source and locally sourced toppings.

One of their most unique pizzas is The Posh Hawaiian, topped with West Country smoked ham, fresh pineapple, fresh red chilli and avocado for a delicious finish.

And worry not! Vegetarians and vegans are also taken care of. Vegan favourite The Hazelnutter is topped with vegan cheese, hazelnuts, spinach, caramelised onion and green beans.

BigMoose Coffee Co

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Inside BigMoose Coffee Co, you’ll see the words “leaving the world better than we found it” illuminated in stylish, neon lights. But this special spot is more than just a trendy coffee shop.

With a passion for helping the homeless, the BigMoose team support homeless charity Llamau to support young people. So, why not pop in for a tasty slice of cake and coffee poured to perfection?

No matter how the day is going, we’re sure you’ll feel uplifted when you leave!

Milgi

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Creating colourful plant based dishes, Milgi serve flavoursome, nourishing bites that are both delicious and nutritious. The Milgi menu incorporates tasty wholefood bowls, halloumi tacos and evening bar snacks.

The stylish, bohemian decor creates the perfect atmosphere for day or night. So for foodies with a love for all things natural, this healthy favourite is calling your name.

Culley’s Bar & Restaurant

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You’ll find Culley’s Bar & Restaurant within Cardiff’s luxury Exchange Hotel. Celebrating the rich history of the iconic former Coal Exchange, Culley’s offers the chance to dine surrounded by Welsh history.

Named after local philanthropist and entrepreneur Richard Palethorpe Culley, Culley’s sources local and regional produce to craft spectacular, seasonal menus throughout the year.

To book a visit to Culley’s Bar & Restaurant you can reach our friendly team on 02920 107050. 

Cafe Citta

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Cafe Citta is a local favourite for authentic Italian food in Cardiff. Arguably the best of Italian restaurants in Cardiff, this atmospheric spot is charmingly cosy and quaint.

Find yourself transported to Italy with a delicious bite of fresh, homemade pizza or exquisite pasta. You can also look forward to an array of Antipasti, from traditional bruschetta to caprese.

Milk & Sugar

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If you’re looking for where to eat in Cardiff during your visit, Milk & Sugar is definitely one for your list! Winner of the 2018 Good Food Award, Milk & Sugar is one of the best independent coffee shops in Cardiff.

Choose from a wide range of breakfast dishes, hearty sandwiches an tasty sharing boards. Plus, tuck in to sweet treats including brownies, millionaire shortbread and homemade carrot cake. 

Staying at The Exchange Hotel

Treat your Valentine at The Exchange

The Exchange Hotel was born from the restoration of Cardiff’s former Coal Exchange. A Grade II* listed building, this historic spot is one of a kind.

If you’re interested in booking a stay with us, why not check out our latest special offers? Each are designed to ensure that you make the most of your visit.

We look forward to seeing you soon!