Cardiff has a range of romantic city centre eateries.

Hungry for love or just hungry? From cosy hideaways to lavish cocktail bars to fine dining and quirky independent haunts.

The Hidden Gem

Café Citta is a cosy, family run restaurant which offers outstandingly authentic Italian dishes. Nestled away between St John’s Church and St Mary Street you probably wouldn’t know it’s there. Its quaint character is spellbinding and stands out amidst the masses of Italian cuisine on offer in the city.

The Ideal First Date

Laguna Kitchen and Bar is situated in the city’s beautiful Park Plaza Hotel. Serving the freshest, finest ingredients in stylish and contemporary surroundings, this is one for any chic lovebirds and they serve the best Espresso Martini’s in Cardiff.

The Foodie Favourite

The Potted Pig has established itself as an award-winning fine dining restaurant attracting foodies from far and wide. Located in a former bank vault, it provides a chic and intimate atmosphere. It’s seasonal menu offers the very best local Welsh produce and also boasts 30 different types of gin. It’s popular so book early!

The Alternative Option

Bar 44 brings a modern tapas menu to the Welsh Capital and does it very well. An atmospheric destination with great food, a cracking wine menu and they even have sherry on tap. Maravillos!

The Patrick Bateman

Opulence is the order of the day at Chapel 1877, housed within – you’ve guessed it – a converted former chapel. If American Psycho’s Patrick Bateman was visiting Cardiff, this contemporary restaurant would be his first choice. It’s stunning architecture and Good Food Guide winning menu provides a great atmosphere for couples.

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Patrick Bateman