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10 Restaurants in Swansea

Broaden your culinary horizons at stunning restaurants in Swansea

The wonderful restaurants dotted around Swansea are known for their warm welcome and incredible food. Swansea, located on the south coast of Wales, has an affinity with the fishing industry, so you'll never be too far away from a great seafood restaurant. However, this bustling Welsh metropolis offers so much more than that. It has a history steeped in industry, yet it is also a place where art and culture are celebrated. This combination of cultural awareness and immigration from all over the world gives Swansea restaurants their own identity. Whether you're meandering through Manselton or partying in Penlan, you'll find stunning eateries that offer the finest culinary creations from some of the UK's top chefs. There is just so much wonderful international cuisine on offer at Swansea restaurants; you'll be able to try something new every day of the week.

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Surma

City Centre
Indian££££
6.0/61
Surma
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Frankie & Benny's Morfa Swansea

City Centre
Italian££££
Frankie & Benny's Morfa Swansea

The Gallery

City Centre
Cake & Coffee££££
The Gallery
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Frankie & Benny's Swansea

City Centre
Italian££££
Frankie & Benny's Swansea

The Bay View

City Centre
Thai££££
5.4/618
The Bay View

La Casona

Skewen
Mediterranean££££
5.8/69
La Casona

La Casona

Skewen
Mediterranean££££
6.0/61
La Casona

Baci Italian

Skewen
Italian££££
Baci Italian

Côte Cardiff Bay

Cardiff Bay
French££££
5.3/61211
Côte Cardiff Bay

Côte Bristol Clifton Village

Clifton
French££££
5.4/61129
Côte Bristol Clifton Village
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    Swansea's fantastic fish restaurants serve local catches every day

    The enormous selection of fish restaurants in Swansea allows you to sample every imaginable seafood dish. You'll find a host of charming eateries serving today’s catch along the city's Swansea Bay coastline. Hanson at the Chelsea is located on St Mary Street, and it specialises in Italian-style fish recipes that have been passed down through the generations. Over at Fishmarket Quay, monkfish and lobster tail are on the menu as well. And there are dozens of Mediterranean classics available at La Parrilla in Shed Arcade, which specialises in seasonal fish dishes using local ingredients. Wherever you are in Swansea, its restaurants always have the freshest oceanic catch — served with love, flair, and a great deal of culinary skill.
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    Swansea restaurants are ideal for those special celebrations in life

    Whatever you're celebrating, there are Swansea restaurants for every possible occasion. If it’s a wedding anniversary, book a table at Bouchon De Rossi, a French bistro known for its culinary classics and seasonal specials. For large family gatherings, however, you might want to look towards The Bay View on Oystermouth Road — home to pub grub for people of all ages, while Gershwin's Coffee House on Nelson Street and Starvin' Jacks on Portland Street both offer specialities from the grill, as well as an extensive children’s menu. If romance is in the air, then book an intimate table for two at The Pant y Gwydr Restaurant on Oxford Street. Although the surroundings are rustic, the French cuisine served in this charming eatery is cutting-edge. These special events in life are just too important to be left to chance. To avoid disappointment, search for Swansea restaurants and make reservations via the Quandoo app.
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    Complete the perfect day of sightseeing at one of Swansea's best restaurants

    Swansea isn't just a hotspot for world class restaurants, it also happens to be a popular tourist destination. Thanks to the city's illustrious history and its stunning coastline, visitors flock to this part of South Wales throughout the year. Take a stroll along Swansea Bay, or immerse yourself in local history with a visit to Oystermouth Castle. If you're into maritime history, a few hours at the National Waterfront Museum is a must. Learn about Welsh history at Swansea Museum, or discover the secrets of the Pharaohs at Egypt Centre. If you’re in the mood for a little something more energetic, natural history can be explored on foot at the Whiteford National Nature Reserve. Perhaps your idea of sightseeing involves a little retail therapy, in which case Swansea’s shopping district is the place to be. Whether you’re window shopping in the Quadrant Shopping Centre or bargain hunting in the old town, independent and branded restaurants in Swansea are never more than a short walk away. After a day spent seeing the sights, you will probably be ravenous. What better way to round off a day in Swansea than with a slap-up meal?
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    Party all night at the liveliest restaurants in Swansea

    Many of Swansea's top restaurants double up as lively nightspots — so you can stay in the same place all night long! Whether you're in the mood to unwind after work or if you're celebrating a big occasion with friends, there are venues that can put on a great night of music and fun. Take Steak by Night on Craddock Street, for example, which is as boisterous as it is fun. There's also the Bryn-Y-Mor Hotel on Brynmor Road, which is a modern pub that blasts out the latest tunes from 9pm every night. If you'd like to combine a meal with a show, head to the Swansea Grand Theatre, home to comedy, music and drama. Book a show and dinner package or simply skip the entertainment and head straight for your table. Whichever of the hundreds of Swansea restaurants you're heading to, it's worth remembering that the city’s finest eateries are in demand, so use the Quandoo app to reserve your table in advance.