I’m always really fussy about my Sunday Dinner. I often find I prefer to cook it at home than have a disappointing one out, so it’s always great to find somewhere that does a really nice one. Such is the case for the Bush Inn.
Cote Brasserie is the perfect place for pre-theatre dining. Excellent service, lovely atmosphere, delicious food and the perfect location just opposite from the WMC.
Whilst we seem to welcome pups in pubs in this Country, we don’t yet seem to have readily adopted the French approach and allow them into cafes as well. That’s why it is so refreshing that the dog charity Hope Rescue has opened a dog friendly café in its Pontypridd store.
Who doesn’t love spending a lazy summers day catching up with friends over a few cold ones in a sunny beer garden? We often head to one of these pubs in the Vale, which have the added bonus of a childrens play area.
A very tasty pre-theatre meal in a somewhat strange almost pantomime setting left me with mixed feelings about Ffresh in the Millennium Centre
A traditional afternoon tea served up in style at the impressive Celtic Manor in Newport. A wonderful way to treat mum to a special afternoon with sumptuous cakes and delicate finger sandwiches and of course, some Prosecco to help wash it all down.
I love a good pub! For me, a good pub has to have a roaring open fire, a good selection of wines and ales, a…