Cardiff Restaurants Reopening
With the First Minister finally giving the go-ahead for dining out, you better believe we'll be first in line for those most sought-after reservations (having already studied the menu online, naturally). Bars and dining destinations in Wales will be permitted to seat people outside from 26th April and indoors from 17th May. So, we're letting you get ahead of the game with our guide to the Cardiff restaurants reopening that you can book now.
*Please note, opening scenarios will be dictated by both government and venue, so please stay safe, stay in contact with the experience you've booked and be conscious of the impact you have on people around you when leaving home.
Gin And Bake wowed patrons with their gorgeous fairy-lit terrace area last summer, and the team will once again be opening the garden gates for yet more botanical sips and intricate desserts. Serving drinks and dishes from morning 'til late, seven days a week, this Instagrammable spot is the ideal place for a long overdue reunion with your gang.
Brewhouse & Kitchen will be reopening for outdoor dining in Cardiff this April. Warm up by one of the roaring fire pits or book one of the private shed spaces to spend your evening sipping on craft beer and chowing down gourmet burgers, all at prices that won't break the bank.
If you're craving colourful cocktails, pretty brunches and feel-good vibes, then you'll want to book a spot at Slug and Lettuce's grand reopening. With streetside tables and an alfresco dining menu, this popular city centre bar will be throwing open its doors on Monday 26th, meaning you won't even have to wait 'til the weekend to get your boozy fill.
While Pennyroyal devotees will have to wait until mid-May to sit inside this quirky cocktail bar, they can enjoy its signature tipples to takeaway up until then. From freshly poured pints to handcrafted concoctions, the experimental venue will be keeping your city centre strolls and sun-soaked picnics well-oiled.
Looking for restaurants in Wales that are reopening in April? Cardiff Distillery is one of our top recommendations. The Pontcanna watering hole was hugely popular last summer thanks to its quirky igloo dining pods and luscious green garden, and 2021 is set to be no different.
Curado is another gorgeous Cardiff restaurant reopening in April. Offering diners the chance to be transported to sunnier climes, this Spanish-inspired menu is made up of fresh seafood, vibrant veggie dishes and hand carved jamon. Book an alfresco table from Tuesday 27th April onwards to get your fill of tasty tapas and jugs of sangria.
While Tommy Heaney may be holding off on opening his main eatery, little sister restaurant Uisce will be welcoming guests back to its outside tent and courtyard on the 26th. One of the most exciting restaurant reopenings in Cardiff in April, Uisce will be getting back on it with their stunning small plates, fine wines and warming coffees.
Sri Lankan hotspot The Coconut Tree will be springing into action on the 26th April, boasting outdoor dining in Cardiff city centre. Serving a mouthwatering menu of street food dishes, the relaxed venue will be offering 50% off its most popular dishes between Mondays and Wednesdays for the rest of 2021.