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Cardiff Nightlife in the Bay, Restaurants

In 1999 Cardiff Bay developed from an historic port to a modern day hive of restaurants, shops and entertainment centres with theatre, cinema.

Today the perimeter of the bay has been used as a basis for the redevelopment of the whole area with restaurants, theatres, cinemas and bars using the back drop of the bay to provide opportunities to relax and enjoy the waterside.

There are a number of different styles of restaurants in Cardiff Bay including the stalwarts Italian, French, Indian, of these Bills bar and brasserie is well situated, being close one of the car parks, and also on the quayside.

To the rear of Bills we should not forget Wetherspoons, The Mount Stuart, Cardiff bay for quality pub grub at sensible prices. There are also a good collection of restaurants at the Red Dragon Centre. Red Dragon Centre Restaurants If you are looking for early food, try Salt for breakfast, light bites, burgers and main meals.

Eat outside if you wish and enjoy the view.

If you fancy a light meal later on the Terra Nova offers a range of traditional meals in a contemporary style using local Welsh ingredients, a good spot to wind down after work and grab a bite to eat.

Italian is popular in the Bay and there is a good choice, Signor Valentinos is highly recommended, if you book in advance get a window seat. Good food with prompt and friendly service.

Pizza Express is a national chain producing classic Italian food and Bellinis Cardiff Bay is an Italian restaurant on the upper level overlooking the quayside, always very accommodating even when busy!

If you like spicy food try Spice Merchant a classy Indian Restaurant with superb decor. The food is well crafted and the building impressive.

Another classy Indian with a Goan slant to the menu is Moksh, a great place to go if you like Indian food and want to treat your other half at the same time.

Alternatively Las Iguanas offers South American food, which may well be spicy. Might be a wait but the cocktails pass the time. The final product is well worth it.

If you are looking for contemporary food Demiros is a stylish restaurant seating 200 with the option to eat alfresco. Enjoy Spanish, Italian and Welsh food in super surroundings.

Or you can try the Mimosa Kitchen & Bar a contemporary restaurant focusing on local sourced products and fair-trade products. The Mimosa was the ship the took welsh immigrants to Patagonia.

If you fancy something different then try the Bosphorus Turkish Restaurant. Set on stilts over the bay with the choice of inside or outside eating. Superb Turkish food, with a vegetarian option included. Very clean.

No night out would be complete without noodles so try Wagamama, these are noodles Japanese style. Orders are taken on hand held device then instantly transmitted to the kitchen. Freshness is a priority! ...

Bellinis is set on first level, so you will need to use the lift if stairs are an issue for any reason, however, it is worth it as they allways make you wellcome even when they are busy.

Last of all there is the classic French bistro Cafe Rouge will serve you French food at a good price with lunchtime offers. Sympathetic to children and learn French with a meal included in the price!

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