Cardiff’s seekers of spice and exoticism when it comes to food know that, historically and in contemporary times, Butetown and Cardiff Bay are the precincts to explore. While Indian cuisine with roots in the Mughal Empire is the forte at this new and elegant restaurant on Bute Crescent, you can expect a menu packed with dishes exemplifying Nepalese, Thai, Singaporean, Malaysian, Burmese, Sri Lankan and Bangladeshi traditions, too, with a menu showcasing over 80 creations. The restaurant is split over two levels of a listed building in what’s known, due to its strong multicultural history, as the Tiger Bay area, with the upstairs Nawab Lounge ideal for private hire. Just a short walk from Cardiff Bay station and smack-bang in the middle of the city’s dockland and Century Wharf redevelopment, Duchess of Delhi is destined to become a star of the spicier side of Cardiff’s burgeoning restaurant scene.
Fantastic food and service in opulent surroundings. The most exquisitely prepared food, with excellent advice regarding the menu. Every part of the experience is Highly recommended.
Lovely time had again at the Duchess of Delhi. Food was outstanding and very very tasty. Service was second to none. Would highly recommend a visit to this family run restaurant
Booked for a table of four on a Saturday - The host was particularly good; attentive with a naturally manner that put us at ease straightaway. Just as important, the food was amazing!