Bringing together food, booze, cocktails and events all in one little package, this weird and wonderful Cardiff restaurant boasts some cool, stripped-back interiors, complete with vintage detailing. It's the perfect backdrop for their regular live music and club nights.
Quirky Restaurants In Cardiff
Kitsch, kooky, cool, friendly and full of quirks, the Cardiff 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.
We've all seen the movie, now it's time to try it for real. One of the most outlandish watering holes in town, this quirky Cardiff restaurant will serve you up a range of grilled goods from steaks to burgers and delicious hot dogs, with all the sauce and sauciness you can handle.
Serving up high-quality tapas dishes and an eclectic range of tasty drinks, this quirky restaurant in Cardiff fronts cool interiors, a fun and relaxed atmosphere and some of the best gin and tonics in the city.
Hidden beneath the city in a former bank vault, this unique restaurant in Cardiff serves up delicious British cuisine in an atmospheric dining area perfect for intimate dinners. If you're looking for a larger affair though, be sure to order their whole suckling pig for up to 12 guests.
Located inside HMP Cardiff, this unique restaurant offers delicious food to its diners, and vital kitchen and hospitality skills to its staff, all of whom are inmates at the prison. Serving breakfasts, lunches, dinners and afternoon teas, it's one of the most worthwhile visits in the city.
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.
Open just two days a week, this cute and quirky Cardiff restaurant makes for a rare treat. Dedicated to vegan and vegetarian cooking, and a warm and friendly dining environment, if you can squeeze yourself into that window of opportunity you're in for a treat.
Having gained notoriety as the 'Lady Gaga of Indians' this quirky Cardiff restaurant serves up some of the most eye-popping dishes in the city. Fronting some serious gastronomic prowess, fusing authentic Indian flavours, Welsh ingredients and futuristic cooking techniques, it's one of the gems of Cardiff's dining scene.
Originally launched as a mobile catering truck, Got Beef is one of the city's ultimate morning-after hangouts - they've even named one of their burgers The Hangover. With buns ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous, this quirky Cardiff restaurant promises a cure for whatever ails you.
This India bistro at the Globe Centre, promises authentic flavours with a few contemporary, casual twists. With burgers, house slaw and cocktails running along classic biryanis and daal and curries, it's a great spot for any occasion.
As the city's first 100% vegan eatery, Anna Loka offers some of the best-looking plant-based grub in town. This unique Cardiff restaurant also comes up trumps on the decor front, with amazing wall murals and stripped-wood furniture, it's a cool, low-key hangout for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Open to all, this quirky Cardiff restaurant is a jack-of-all-trades and a master-of-many as it serves up fancy brunches, light lunches, hearty dinner dishes and some superb cocktails.
One of the most authentic Welsh restaurants in Cardiff, Seren Diemwnt offers cleverly made and beautifully presented dishes from breakfast until dinner. Run by chef Gethin Rees, this quirky Cardiff restaurant is a must-visit if you're looking for traditional Welsh cuisine with a modern twist.
This unusual restaurant in Cardiff offers plant based cuisine and curious cocktails. A great neighbourhood hangout with cool and comfy interiors, colourful cuisine one of the friendliest atmospheres in town.
One the city's premiere events venues, this beautiful restaurant in Cardiff fronts some very special interiors. Inspired by the French and Italian Gothic, the venue features striking wall designs, chandeliers and mezzanine seating.
An icon on the city's dining scene, this quirky Cardiff restaurant is one of the most beloved spots in town. Serving up good old-fashioned British cooking within its uniquely decorated dining room, it's no surprise it's a favourite amongst most Cardiff locals.
Serving up simple but stylishly modern Welsh cuisine, this charming little eatery on the bustling Mill lane is actually the city's first all-Welsh restaurant. Serving up dishes such as traditional Lamb cawl alongside modern twists like the Rarebit pizza, it's an innovative take on classic Welsh food.