We all have a favorite cafe that hid on a small street in your hometown, or a cafe we accidentally stumbled upon on a trip. Places where delicious food and aromatic coffee are served, always promise us a pleasant pastime. Whether you want to taste a piece of homemade cake or your mind occupies a carefully planned dinner, check out the best places in Wales.
In the menu, which offers this establishment, a wide choice of dishes of Mexican and Middle Eastern cuisine is presented. Before the visit, we recommend you familiarize yourself with the dishes that are served this week, as the menu is updated every week.
The name of this institution is inspired by the Danish word hygge - which is a comprehensive word for coziness, well-being and satisfaction. This cafe is definitely cozy and cool at any time of the day. Visit it if you want to taste aromatic ale and homemade pizza.
Lobster and Môr, Little Haven
It is a tiny shop, but beautifully designed. It serves the freshest and tasty buns with lobsters and sandwiches with crabs. You can also choose a fresh catch of the day from the store’s aquarium or just drink a cup of coffee. Simple, fresh and friendly.
Iced Cake Parlor, Maesteg
A cafe in the city of Maesteg, which is located about 20 minutes drive from Bridgend. This is an example of a delightful traditional cafe offering sandwiches, soups and fresh cakes.
Idris Stores, Corris
As they say about this institution: "Idris Stores is a village shop, cafe and a small gallery, located among the pines, forest paths and hills surrounding Corris." And this is enough to tempt you without even seeing their, frankly speaking, delicious menu.
Caffi Blasus, Narberth
A small cafe with a "big appetite", provides a wide variety of dishes to both locals and visitors to Narberth. They make their own bread and cakes, and chicken salad with lemon, beans and potatoes should be rtied by every visitor.
This is a small vintage cafe in which you can taste great breakfasts and delicious teas. Their homemade cakes are something that you can recommend to all your friends and acquaintances.
Here everything is filled with beautifully designed and, of course, delicious dishes. Choosing between a homemade pie and a French apple pie is not easy, especially if you like sweets. If you do not want a dessert, be sure to try a sandwich with avocado, tomatoes and mustard oil.
Just the place where you go to get real coffee and home Italian cuisine with it. In addition, the institution offers a wide selection of wines. Be sure to go out to dinner and you will never regret the choice you made.
This establishment is a relatively recent addition to the restaurants and snack bars of Narberth. It brings authentic Kurdish dishes to the heart of Pembrokeshire, hidden on Market Street. Open by two brothers, the institution demonstrates the best dishes of the Kurdish cuisine, such as fresh hummus, kebab, stuffed onions, fresh lemonade and traditional coffee.
La Mangiatoia, Cardiff
It is located on a busy highway in the Riverside area. The white and red sign of La Mangiatoia is as attractive as its pizza. But, pizza is not the only thing that they can offer you here. A large selection of dishes in the menu and decent-sized portions are great for those who are hungry.
Café du Chat Noir, Cardiff
Hidden in a small shopping arcade on Wellfield Road, this French cafe fascinates any lover of French cuisine. A carefully designed menu will offer you to try French onion soup, tartiflette or Coq au vin.
If you have the mood for traditional thali, then this place is great for your stop. Cardiff has many places with Indian cuisine, but it seems to be the real thing. Located near Principality Stadium, this is a relatively cheap and fun place with very tasty dishes.
Cobbles Kitchen & Deli, Ogmore-by-Sea
Just an ideal place to stop and eat, before walking outdoors along the beach. This institution is famous for its Welsh tapas, eggplants with bear, Welsh lamb, chicken meatballs, prawns and shellfish in red wine.
The menu offers fresh salads and delicious casual dishes. Also Casa has its own pizza, pancakes and waffles. A great place to pamper yourself with lunch or dinner in the heart of Brecon.
St John's Place, Hay-on-Wye
There may be a small menu, but it is perfectly formed. The menu changes from week to week, and the institution is open only on Fridays and Saturdays. Examples of the menu include crispy lamb tongue, sprouted purple broccoli, custard, rhubarb and lemon ice cream.
Coaltown Coffee, Ammanford
Its owners have returned to this drink the old name "black gold". Customer service is simply superb, and freshly prepared aromatic coffee is complemented by a wide selection of cakes.
Wright's Wines, Cardiff
This institution is a representative of the popular in the western part of Wales network. Its owner, Simon Wright, has now expanded the representation of his firm to the capital of Wales. A wide selection of wines from all over the world, Wright harmoniously complements with the most diverse varieties of cheese and unique cocktails.
This family business uses local products to create its menu and monthly changes the menu. The main dish, which the hosts are ready to surprise you with, is hamburgers. You can try a classic version, a bun with cheese and bacon or a chicken burger. But why do not you try some special dishes. For example, a burger with meatballs.