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Cardiff Nighlife Review - Restaurant Suggestions

Madeira

Madeira

District: Cardiff Central

2 Guildford Crescent, Cardiff

PostCode: CF10 2HU

Phone: 02920 667705


Thai House

Thai House

District: Cardiff Central

3-5 Guildford Crescent, Churchill Way, Cardiff

PostCode: CF10 2HJ

Phone: 02920 387404


The Potted Pig

cardiff nightlife review - Potted Pig

District: Cardiff Central

27 High Street, Cardiff

PostCode: CF10 1PU

Phone: 02920 224817




The Potted Pig has made its home in a former bank vault underneath the city. We serve a varied and constantly changing menu of modern British food with a few French and New-York grill inspired influences. The menus are based on food we love cooking and eating rather than a single concept.

At The Potted Pig we make every effort to keep our menus seasonal, which means using as many locally sourced products from independent and local suppliers as possible.


Razzi at the Hilton

cardiff nightlife review - Razzi

District: Cardiff Central

Kingsway, Cardiff,

PostCode: CF10 3HH

Phone: 02920 646300




The Hilton in Cardiff is a 5 star international restaurant. its restaurant Razzis is equal in quality This frosted glass conservatory restaurant serves up excellent cuisine and there is even some food cooked on a wood-fired oven.

OPENING HOURS

Monday-Thurs 12:00, 10:00 pm

Friday 12:00, 10:30 pm

Saturday 12:30, 10:30 pm

Sunday 12:30, 10:00 pm.


Cosy Club

LeMonde

District: Cardiff Central

Units LG53 & UG53, 1 Hills Street, Cardiff

PostCode: CF10 2LE

Phone: 02920 225998



This West Country based restaurant group has opened their Cosy Club cafe in the St Davids Centre. A 500,000GBP investment, converting the space in The Hayes into a two-storey Cosy Club, offering drinking and casual dining in a stylish yet relaxed environment.


Park House

Park House

District: Cardiff Central

20 Park Place, Cardiff

PostCode: CF10 3DQ

Phone: 02920 224343



This West Country based restaurant group has opened their Cosy Club cafe in the St Davids Centre. A 500,000GBP investment, converting the space in The Hayes into a two-storey Cosy Club, offering drinking and casual dining in a stylish yet relaxed environment.