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The Red Mint

Indian6.9 miles The Three Saints Hotel Llantrisant Business Park CF72 8YT

Located close to the historic town of Llantrisant, The Red Mint was launched in February 2009 and is marshalled by a kitchen of experienced chefs, who ensure a high-quality, authentic dining experience. Choose from a varied menu of lamb, chicken, prawn and vegetarian dishes such as tikka, tandoori, daal and korma. A wide range of ...

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Traherne Arms

British7.3 miles The Tumble St Nicholas CF5 6SA

This convivial, family-owned restaurant dates back to the 17th-Century and boasts spectacular views across Cardiff. We visited on a hot summer evening and enjoyed our food on the pretty terrace. I relished a refreshing starter of melon and pineapple drizzled with a sweet orange and coconut syrup, before moving on to a big bowl of pas...

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Bar-Restaurant7.3 miles The Tumble St Nicholas CF5 6SA

Longhouse is a 17th-century original Welsh longhouse, and is brimming with original features and quirky characteristics. Owner Andy has created an idyllic dining retreat where you can snuggle up in cosy corners and indulge in fi ne food and wine while enjoying the beautiful views over Cardiff city from its rural position.

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Pan-Asian7.3 milesnits 94-95, Wales Designer Outlet Village CF32 9SU

The Japanese have a saying, ‘you eat with your eyes first.’ This rings true when it comes to dining at Wagamama, as every guest is invited to sample colourful, flavourful dishes from the mouth-watering menu. The Bridgend and Newport Wagamama restaurants celebrate pan Asian cuisine and bring a range of nourishing dishes to the ...

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Ty Risha

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants7.4 miles Pen-y-Cae CF32 9SN

Hidden just off the beaten track, Ty Risha is a quaint country pub that will have you grinning from ear to ear thanks to its wholesome, honest food and warm atmosphere. With ample parking, helpful staff, a superb beer garden and fresh food cooked to order, this cheerful establishment serves as a great location for everything from ...

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Raglan's Restaurant at the Copthorne Hotel

Fine Dining7.7 miles Copthorne Hotel Copthorne Way Culverhouse Cross CF5 6DH

Raglans restaurant with its wood panelled décor has an impressive air of traditional Britain. Starters feature delights such as asparagus brûlée, rocket and truffle salad, and bruschetta of Carmarthen ham with roasted figs. The tian of Cornish crab with avocado guacamole was simply divine, especially when accomp...

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Raglans Restaurant

Modern British7.7 miles Millenium Copthorne Hotel Copthorne Way Culverhouse Cross CF5 6DH

Just a few miles from Cardiff city centre and 20 minutes from Cardiff airport, Raglans Restaurant at the Copthorne Hotel is one of Cardiff's best-kept secrets. Located in a placid lakeside setting, this stylish restaurant is highly acclaimed for its superb fine dining and has been awarded a prestigious AA rosette. At Raglans you...

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The Masons Arms Hotel

Traditional7.7 miles Bryncethin CF32 9YR

For a dose of traditional charm and proper Welsh hospitality, look no further than The Masons Arms Hotel, situated just five minutes from junction 36 off the M4 motorway. This family-owned and -run establishment can be found within easy reach of many local attractions including St Fagans National Museum of History (a Welsh secret)...

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The Buttery

Cafe, Cafés7.8 miles St Fagans National History Museum St Fagans CF5 6XB

The beauty of St Fagans National History Museum is that visitors can wander through different eras of Welsh history and view community buildings, private residences and places of work to see how life has changed and developed over the years. One of the most impressive buildings within the museum is without doubt the historic St Faga...

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Gwalia Tea Room & Stores

Tearoom7.8 miles St Fagans National History Museum CF5 6XB

St Fagans National Museum of History resides in 100 acres of lovely parkland and is one of Wales’s most popular heritage attraction. The place is alive with history and explores how people in Wales lived, worked and spent their leisure time. Step back in time as you enter the atmospheric 1930s Gwalia Tea Rooms, where light lunch...

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Tempus Fugit Tapas Bar

Tapas, British7.8 miles 87 Main Road Ogmore-by-Sea CF32 0PW

Tempus Fugit is situated on the main road through Ogmore by Sea's unspoilt coastline and boasts a lovely terrace with stunning sea views. The restaurant itself has a Mediterranean feel and is reminiscent of those small, cosy bars you often stumble across on holiday, with pine furnishings and bright walls. Bookings are highly recomme...

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Walston Castle

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants8 miles Nant Isaf CF5 6DD

Beefeater pubs were always synonymous with traditional British pub food and now, after a multi-million pound revamp of this beloved restaurant group, you can still enjoy the same high-quality fare, but in the comfort of a stylish new environment that's warm, modern, and welcoming. The three Cardiff Beefeater pubs are no execption and...

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The Wenvoe Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants8 miles 18 Old Port Road Wenvoe CF5 6AN

This popular pub and restaurant is brimming with traditional character. Offering the best in food, drink and atmosphere, The Wenvoe Arms is a great venue for all manner of occasions. With regular events such as quizzes, charity nights and live music, guests are always kept well entertained. However, the cosy and inviting ambience al...

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Restaurant Tommy Heaney at The Great House

Fine Dining8 miles 8 High Street Laleston CF32 0HP

The Great House is a Grade II listed luxury hotel that exudes sophistication yet maintains a relaxed atmosphere. The restaurant, which has held the title of Hotel Restaurant of the Year for Wales for the last two years, is headed up by Great British Menu finalist Tommy Heaney. Whether arriving from the seaside town of Porthcawl, C...

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The Crown Inn

Modern European, British8 miles Llantwit Fardre CF38 2HL

With a rich history dating back to at least 1851, The Crown Inn is not short of experience when it comes to pleasing its punters. Recently refurbished, this traditional inn boasts a refreshingly contemporary interior, but manages to maintain that warm atmosphere that makes it so popular. With a host of traditional pub meals availabl...

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