||Ever since its days as the world's biggest coal
port, Cardiff has been a cosmopolitan city with people from every corner of the globe
having chosen to settle here. This heritage is reflected in the variety of restaurants on
offer, from Thai and Japanese to Hawaiian.
restaurants specialise in traditional Welsh cooking - do not leave Cardiff without having
tasted Welsh lamb and our home produced cheeses. Cawl, a delicious leek broth and the
national Welsh dish, is also a must.
The centre of Cardiff is full of smaller informal cafes and
snack bars which can rustle up anything from a full cooked breakfast to a pot of tea and
bara brith, a traditional Welsh fruit loaf. During the summer, the city's Cafe Quarter in
Mill Lane is the ideal place to enjoy a chilled beer or light lunch al fresco.