About Pitch Bar & Eatery
Priding themselves on sourcing each ingredient from local farmers, growers and markets, Pitch Bar & Eatery cook up simple, honest and modern Welsh cuisine. Whether it's for a leisurely breakfast, some Sunday lunch, an evening meal, or to catch up with friends over some cocktails, Pitch Bar & Eatery is a favourite among the foodies of Cardiff, with its quaint decor and innovative menu. We recommend trying the chicken gorwydd bleu (breadcrumbed chicken breast stuffed with housemade honey-glazed ham and oozing with gorwydd cheese, served with roasted vegetables and crushed baby potatoes). You’ll find Pitch Bar & Eatery conveniently located on Mill Lane in the city centre – guarantee a table by making a reservation in advance.
- Monday 10:00 - 21:00
- Tuesday 10:00 - 21:00
- Wednesday 10:00 - 21:00
- Thursday 10:00 - 21:00
- Friday 10:00 - 22:00
- Saturday 10:00 - 22:00
- Sunday 10:00 - 20:00
We had the sharing board for Sunday lunch, the food was lovely. The staff in the restaurant were really polite and helpful and nothing was too much for them. Definitely recommend the chocolate brownie!
Tasty food, delicious cocktails. Quirky place with a great atmosphere. Staff were friendly and helpful. Small so well worth booking so as not to miss out.
A superb evening meal there. The food was really wonderful, the service excellent, and the welcome very warm and friendly, We'll be going back there very soon, This was our furst visit and it's a great find,
Very nice food and friendly staff, will definitely be returning soon. Lovely decor and nice seating area outside to enjoy Sunday lunch in the sun.
Nice atmosphere & music, very attentive & friendly staff. The food was spot on, vegetables perfectly cooked & not mush, gorgeous little crunchy roast potatoes & the beef was so tasty. Particularly lived the real gravy. Despite it being a very quick stop we thoroughly enjoyed X
Visited on match day. Busy but our reserved table was waiting for us. Set menu for match day was £19.50 including a drink. Food was good and service excellent. Recommended.
Visited for Mother's Day Place was very dark and dingy so sat outside food was served Luke warm had a Sunday sharing platter very dissapionted and really expensive for what we had £24 for 2 very basic Sunday dinners I will not be visiting again Spoiled my Mother's Day
Some wrong order, desserts were served a bit late, but the staff are really nice. Potatoes were burnt but other parts of the dishes are really delicious. Overall a nice experience, and good food.
Staff and food were great, but unfortunately they were having problems due to refurbishment work over running. Would return as menu was very varied and appealing .
I visited at Witching Hour on a Friday evening, so it was very noisy and not as pleasant as it could have been. The deal was good value, however, and the staff were very friendly.
Service was poor and slow (they stood around chatting and forgot our order), food was very low quality (burger had bits of cartilage while the chips were dry and didn't taste right), and the atmosphere was of a dingy student bar rather than a restaurant.
the resultant looked promising however once we sat down considering the place is so small between the two waitresses they didn't know what was happening and when the food arrived it was not great at all. Complete waste of money. Such a shame
Very disappointed sunday lunch. It was extremely cold and burnt roast potatoes. The beef was grizly and chewy. The vegetables were hard. I will not be returning.