Quirky Restaurants In Cardiff

Kitsch, kooky, cool, friendly and full of quirks, our city's dining scene is awash with unique restaurants. From themed eateries to cute lunching spots and outlandish party bars, we've rounded up the quirkiest restaurants in Cardiff for when you want a dinner with a little something different.

Uisce by Heaney's

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Little sister to Tommy's Heaney's flagship eatery, Uisce can more than hold its own in the restaurant stakes. With an all-day offering of delicious plates, this cafe and wine bar serves up rustic comfort food including smoked sardine Caesar salads, lamb shoulder crumpets, and a selection of internationally-sourced charcuterie boards.

A dedicated board game cafe with a bar offering to boot, it's all too easy to while away an afternoon at Chance & Counters. Alongside their extensive selection of games, that run the gamut of old, new and obscure, they've also got a menu of sandwiches and small plates for if your dice rolling arm needs a pick-me-up.

Bar 44

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Dishing up high-quality tapas dishes and an eclectic range of tasty drinks, Bar 44 boasts cool interiors, a relaxed atmosphere, and some of the best G&Ts in the city. It also happens to serve one heck of a Spanish breakfast with crispy pancetta, chorizo, mushroom croqueta and fried eggs. 

Steak of the Art

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Offering a stunning range of steaks from sirloins to Chateaubriand with mushrooms and smoked tomatoes, Steak Of The Art also boasts colourful interiors with an eye for contemporary design and a private Tardis-inspired dining area.