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Best places to eat out in Cardiff

However you want to eat out Cardiff has plenty of options. Here's 4 ideas to whet your appetite.

(The Ivy Cardiff)

For fine dining

The Ivy Cardiff

A luxurious haven from the everyday bustle of the city centre. As well as the main dining area, full of beautiful Art-Deco detail and striking burnt orange banquettes, there’s the show-stopping first-floor bar, set underneath a stunning blossom tree. The ideal destination for stylish dining.

For a modern afternoon tea Marco Pierre White Take a trip up to the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse rooftop restaurant and bar, and you’ll experience a classic British menu with some truly delectable steaks, perfectly paired with tantalising cocktails. The team pride themselves on delivering a memorable experience, with great food and an unforgettable ambiance. They also do a great afternoon tea. For burger fans The Grazing Shed Voted No. 1 Burger Joint in Wales, Super Tidy Burgers are special, made from the heart, using only the finest quality ingredients. The bread is baked using absolutely no preservatives or additives and the delicious, innovative yet simple homemade sauces and chutneys are all created with care and precision to finish the burgers to the highest possible standards. All of the Super Tidy Burgers are freshly cooked and served within minutes for the perfect rapid dining experience. For fun seekers par 59 A new collaboration between Gareth Bale’s Elevens Group and Cardiff’s The DEPOT, Par 59 brings the competitive world of golf to Cardiff city centre. Inspired by elite performance, the underground venue is custom designed to bring people together. It’s home to a premium bar, independent kitchen, space for laid-back, casual dining, and two custom-designed mini-golf courses boasting 9 holes each. Located in the heart of St Mary Street, Par 59 is the perfect place to socialise, relax, and feed your competitive edge.

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