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30 Restaurants in Cardiff

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Recently ranked as the third best capital city in Europe, it’s needless to say that Cardiff is a great place for foodies. From lavish, private dining venues for times when you want to splash the cash, to budget diners serving cheap but delicious eats, there are restaurants of all calibres in Cardiff. From Mediterranean favorites like Italian pizza and pasta, Greek souvlaki, Lebanese mezze platters and Spanish tapas, to more exotic options like Indian, Thai, Vietnamese and Mexican, as well as British restaurants, American-style burger joints, and so much more, Cardiff restaurants really do offer something for all tastes. And if that’s not enough to appease your appetite, Wales's capital city boasts bars that could rival that of any big city, so be sure to finish off your night at one of its many watering holes. Whether you’re a tourist searching for must-visit foodie destinations or are a local on the hunt for a new favourite, read on to discover the best restaurants in Cardiff.

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Côte Cardiff Bay

Cardiff Bay
French££££
5.3/61178
Côte Cardiff Bay

Côte Cardiff Central

City Centre
French££££
5.4/6863
Côte Cardiff Central

The Fig Tree - Penarth

Penarth
British££££
5.3/6115
The Fig Tree - Penarth
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Spice Quarter

City Centre
Indian££££
4.9/692
Spice Quarter

Aegean Restaurant

Cathays
Greek££££
5.2/670
Aegean Restaurant

Duchess Of Delhi

Cardiff Bay
Indian££££
5.0/649
Duchess Of Delhi

Stefano's

Pontcanna
Italian££££
5.1/69
Stefano's

Red Chilli

Canton
Indian££££
6.0/62
Red Chilli

Masala Bag

City Centre
Indian££££
6.0/62
Masala Bag

Falafel Wales

Riverside
Arabic££££
6.0/61
Falafel Wales

Veeno - Cardiff

Cardiff Bay
Italian££££
5.0/61
Veeno - Cardiff

Tiger Tiger Cardiff

Adamsdown
International££££
4.2/66
Tiger Tiger Cardiff

Eurasian Tandoori

Riverside
Indian££££
Eurasian Tandoori

Pitch Bar & Eatery

City Centre
British££££
4.4/665
Pitch Bar & Eatery

Mezza Luna

Roath
International££££
5.6/664
Mezza Luna

Anna-Loka

Plasnewydd
Vegan££££
6.0/61
Anna-Loka

Mowgli's

Cathays
Indian££££
5.5/618
Mowgli's

Tonis Amici

City Centre
Italian££££
5.0/625
Tonis Amici

Romeo's by the Sea

Penarth
Italian££££
5.3/618
Romeo's by the Sea

Jalan Malaysia

Cathays
Malaysian££££
5.7/63
Jalan Malaysia
  1. 1.

    Experience the wonders of Welsh cooking at Cardiff’s restaurants

    Fresh, local and organic are words you’ll often find on menus at restaurants across Cardiff. Wales is abundant with countryside and coast, meaning there is plenty of farm fresh produce to make use good use of, with many Cardiff restaurants offering a true farm to fork dining experience. Welsh lamb is renowned for its quality and is incorporated into many traditional Welsh dishes. As well as locally-grown vegetables and the meat from the finest Welsh cattle, menus at Cardiff restaurants take advantage other great produce that is readily available, like cockles and laver seaweed (edible seaweed used to make laverbread, a kind of puree usually served with seafood or on toast) from the Welsh coast.
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    Welsh specialities you must try when dining at restaurants in Cardiff

    If you’re a visitor to the Welsh capital, trying traditional Welsh cuisine at Cardiff’s restaurants is a must. One of the most famous dishes is Welsh rarebit – a posh cheese on toast if you will – consisting of toasted homemade bread smothered in a cheddar cheese sauce typically made from butter, cream, mustard, ale and Welsh cheddar. If that isn’t enough to make your mouth water, other delicious dishes to try when dining at Cardiff restaurants include Glamorgan sausage – a kind of vegetarian sausage made from cheese, leeks and breadcrumbs, and the national dish of Wales: Welsh cawl – a traditional stew with Welsh lamb and vegetables – just the thing you need on a cold winter day. One of our favourite Cardiff restaurants is The Fig Tree in Penarth where the slow-cooked shoulder of Welsh lamb is a must for meat lovers!
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    Go Global at the best Cardiff restaurants

    Craving a curry? Mad about Mexican food? Fancy something French? No matter what kind of cuisine you fancy, you can guarantee that Cardiff has a restaurant that will suit you. From Spanish tapas bars to German bier halles, fancy French restaurants and Greek tavernas, explore Europe through a trip to Cardiff’s restaurants and bars. If you want to venture further afield, hit up one of the city’s Indian hotspots like Masala Bang, a popular city centre curry house, or try some Arabic delights at Falafel Wales and find out what makes their falafel famous around Cardiff. Meat lovers should check out Diablo Bar & Grill for succulent steaks and more. Vegan or Vegetarian? Not a problem. Head to Anna-Loka in Plasnewydd, the city’s first ever fully vegan restaurant for a meat and dairy-free feast that’s full of flavour. You're probably going to need to relax and unwind after all this eating, so round off your meal with a trip to one of Cardiff’s best bars and finish off your evening with a cocktail or two.
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    Find the greatest restaurants all over Cardiff with Quandoo

    No matter what the occasion is, Quandoo is here to help dining out at Cardiff’s best restaurants a whole lot simpler. Impress that special someone with a booking at one of the city’s most romantic restaurants, or be sure your big group gathering goes to plan by reserving a table online in advance. With Quandoo you can easily filter restaurants by area, budget and cuisine type to make it easy to find just what you are looking for. Read past reviews from other diners and when you’ve made your decision, book a table online in a matter of seconds. Eating out at Cardiff restaurants has never been so easy.