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Restaurants in Cardiff There is no shortage of restaurants in Cardiff particularly in the city centre where you’ll find a huge selection of eateries in the aptly named Café Quarter.

With Wales boasting international recording stars such as Tom Jones, Stereophonics and Catatonia, it's only natural that rock 'n' roll legend Hard Rock Café [map] should have a branch here. Centrally located just a two-minute walk from the Millennium Stadium, the Hard Rock Café Cardiff sits on the corner of St Mary Street and Caroline Street in the Brewery Quarter. Offering incredible rock memorabilia, fabulous thirst-quenching drinks, a great menu and the rock n' roll attitude it’s famous for, this restaurant is one destination you shouldn’t miss.

If you’re looking for something a little more upmarket then you’ll be spoilt for choice by the city’s offering of swanky restaurants and café-bars.

For truly spectacular cooking head to the five star Tides Marco Pierre White Restaurant [map], which is situated within the St David’s Hotel complex on Cardiff Bay. Or for a city centre location try the hugely popular Razzi's Bar and Restaurant [map] in the Cardiff Hilton Hotel, which is one of the trendiest spots in the city to be seen in.

Don’t worry if your budget is at the other end of the scale because there are plenty of cheap and cheerful eateries in the Welsh capital offering basic no frills food for a bargain price. The charming Louis Restaurant is a firm favourite among old ladies and bargain-hungry students, whilst the funky Celtic Cauldron café [map] is good for an inexpensive lunch.

If you’re eating on the move, then nip into one of the many sandwich bars or takeaways in the city centre and its surrounding areas. Favourites with workers, shoppers and students are Hudson and Mortimers snack bar [map] and Jags sandwich bar [map], which serve baguettes, jacket potatoes and salads.

For Chinese cuisine you could try the Golden House [map], which has a great authentic menu with plenty of choice for vegetarians, while for Indian food head to Leema’s Indian Takeaway [map].

When it comes to the morning after the night before fear not this city has plenty of great cafés with menus that are sure to help relieve your hangover. For full breakfasts, pastries and club sandwiches try Café Latte, a café-bar with a garden at the back where you can lounge in the sunshine.

Another eatery worth a visit for a hearty breakfast is the Tuck Inn Café [map], which is open until the early hours if you want breakfast before you even go to bed!

Finally if you want to make the most of Cardiff’s long-standing internationalism then why not sample some of the different cuisines the city has on offer.

For a taste of North Africa you should head to the hugely popular Anchor Bar and Restaurant [map], which serves quality Mongolian cuisine that is cooked in front of your eyes. Or if you want to taste good old-fashioned Welsh cuisine you could try the renowned Blas Ar Gymru, which means ‘a taste of Wales’. Here you’ll find a menu of top-quality meats and fresh local vegetables prepared according to old family recipes.

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