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.
Using truly local produce is not just a buzzword for the team at The Longhouse, it’s part of the fabric of the business. Local Welsh suppliers and farmers are carefully selected based on their quality produce and as those who demonstrate as much care and passion as Andy and his team do. Everything that you see on your plate has been made in-house, including the freshly baked focaccia.
It goes without saying that the menus change with the seasons and depending on what the chefs bring back from the local market. On a winter menu, you might see the likes of wild mushrooms on toast, Welsh rarebit with garlic, poached egg and watercress to start. Main courses might be ballotine of pheasant with black pudding and apple stuffing, or Welsh rump of lamb with liquorice, sweet potato, cavolo nero, juniper and slow-roasted tomatoes. There are also plenty of pub classics listed on the menu.