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Best things to do in Cardiff

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Lake
“On the doorstep - great for walking, rowing, cycling or picnics (if the weather is on your side!)”
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Cafe
“Juno is also a cafe with a roof terrace so the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat and a drink and when the sun is out, catch some rays on the roof! ”
23local recommendations
Church
“It signifies the importance of what was there before Cardiff happened! Gorgeous cathedral with the famous Epstein Chrost in Majesty Statue.”
12local recommendations
Cafe
“Local corner shop come deli that promotes local producers, the community and the environment. ”
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Bar
“A little pricy but a very chilled atmosphere and they do great cocktails and food.”
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Restaurant
“Best for: Casual dining, cheap eats, kid-friendly After spending four years in a catering bus providing grateful festival-goers with an alternative to cheap hot dogs, Cai Pritchard honed the art of burgercraft and is now established in Cardiff’s foodie-central zone, Whitchurch Road. The Breaking Bad-saluting ‘Heisen Burger’ is the headline act (Welsh Black beefburger with blue cheese, crispy bacon and blue drunken onions) at £7.95.”
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Park
“Beautiful park, especially in Spring. Pedal your own boat on the lake in Summer!”
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Cafe
“This is a great place if you fancy trying vegan food. The place it excellent and you can pop in just for a coffee and a slice of vegan cake. ”
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Natural Feature
“It has everything, Lake, parkland, gardens, playground, woodland, tennis & bowling facilities”
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Indian Restaurant
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“Up market Indian with the best Keralan fish curry I've had outside of Kerala. Quite pricey but a lovely treat”
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Cafe
“OK for a beer or a glass of wine with friends. Similar to Juno Lounge though a little less family friendly. ”
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Cafe
“A pleasant walk through the park will bring you to Waterloo Gardens Teahouse. Good for unusual teas and award winning coffee. Cakes are delicious too! They also do afternoon tea - if you have a big appetite! This place won Best Cafe in the UK in 2009 (BSA Awards) and is regularly listed in National media 'Top 10' cafes and recognised Europe wide. Open 7 days a week until around 6pm.”
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Bakery
“French patisserie and coffee shop with the most beautiful selection of French cakes.”
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Store
“Best for: Casual dining, cheap eats, kid-friendly This is the result of several years of evolution and development by husband-and-wife team Rhys and Laura Keogh, who took over The Pot when it was an unassuming café. Word quickly spread about their new, hearty cassoulets and bouillabaisse – and suddenly, 25 covers wasn’t enough. They’re now packing them in at their new location on Whitchurch Road, while the original venue has been re-reimagined as an upmarket café named, rather sweetly, Arty’s Kitchen, after their son. Breakfast from £5.50, main courses from £8.50.”
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Restaurant
“Family owned and run Italian restaurant with freshly baked pizza and pata dishes. Great family atmosphere.”
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Cafe
“A great local bistro that does a fantastic all day brunch. Caters for vegans and vegetarians. Friedly staff and dog friendly too! ”
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