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Restaurants in City Centre, Cardiff

 Enjoy a fabulous meal at Cardiff city centre's restaurants

As the Welsh capital city and South Wales’ hub for culture, commerce and politics, Cardiff offers lots to do whether you're a resident or a tourist. From fascinating historical sites like the National Museum of Wales or modern sporting venues like the Millennium Stadium, there's something for everyone in this historic city. The restaurants in Cardiff's city centre are known around Wales for their commitment to amazing food, high-quality ingredients and well-honed cooking techniques, so you're guaranteed to enjoy a fantastic meal no matter where you choose to go. Using Quandoo, you can easily find the best Cardiff city centre restaurants, scan our menu highlights then go ahead and reserve a table in just a few clicks. It's that easy!

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    Break up the day with lunch at restaurants in Cardiff city centre

    For a delicious lunchtime treat, why not head to Cote Brasserie on Mill Lane? One of the top restaurants in Cardiff city centre the dishes on offer here are truly to die for, such as the chargrilled steak frites served with garlic butter and the delicious sliced yellowfin tuna carpaccio with olives and sauce vierge. No matter whether you're heading out for a one-off treat with your mates from the office or simply need to fill up before heading on to the tourist trail, this shining star among Cardiff city centre's restaurants is perfect for a delectable lunchtime pitstop. And if you fancy something a little less heavy for your lunchtime meal, the restaurants in Cardiff's city centre can also serve up a variety of delicious light bites such as sandwiches with locally-sourced fillings, soup made from top-notch ingredients and fresh, crisp salads with dressings and toppings of your choice.
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    Treat yourself to dinner at Cardiff city centre's restaurants

    The restaurants in Cardiff's city centre represent many different culinary traditions from all across the world. For a burst of pungent subcontinental cuisine, head down to Spice Quarter in the Old Brewery Quarter for some delicious Indian dishes like murg malai methi (chicken with coriander and fenugreek) or delicious fish curry with Goan spices, mangoes and a dash of coconut. If you fancy keeping it more local and decide to sample some top Welsh and British pub grub, the restaurants in Cardiff city centre can certainly deliver. Pay a visit to the Pitch Bar and Eatery on Mill Lane for a range of excellent dishes, ranging from specialities like the breadcrumbed chicken stuffed with honey-glazed ham and regional Caerphilly cheese to more usual pub fare like pork belly with delicious crispy crackling. When it comes to restaurants in Cardiff's city centre, it doesn't matter what your prefer, because there'll certainly be a place for you.
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    Have your needs catered to at restaurants in Cardiff city centre

    No matter who's going out for dinner, there's something for everyone at the restaurants in Cardiff city centre. A warm Welsh welcome awaits you wherever you go, and the staff and chefs at the eateries here will always go the extra mile to accommodate any requests you might have. Vegetarians, for example, can enjoy gorgeous dishes like moussaka tagine or mushroom and halloumi burgers at Cardiff city centre's restaurants. Seafood aficionados, meanwhile, can take maximum advantage of the area's seaside geography with delicacies like calamari, salmon tagine and much more. And if you’re just looking for a dessert, Cardiff city centre's restaurants offer a wide range of sweets to tempt your tastebuds. With puddings like crème brûlée with caramelised vanilla custard and locally-produced rhubarb and apple crumble on the menu, you're sure to find your favourite delicious after-dinner treat at one of the restaurants in Cardiff city centre.