Cardiff Market is an impressive Victorian structure which offers a unique shopping experience. Cardiff Market has been trading in one form or another since the 1700s, located in the centre of the city, the market is well and truly the beating heart of Cardiff.

Under one great glass roof you will find a buzzing, lively market filled with local independent businesses and a wealth of products ranging from traditional Welsh cuisine to artisan coffee and street food; vintage clothing to second hand records; fruit and veg to a psychic medium.

It has occupied the same site for over 100 years and although you will no longer find livestock tethered and penned outside its doors, some of the old features remain to this day. Please explore our website for a tempting taste of the place, but remember, there is nothing quite like wandering the aisles and experiencing the sights and smells of Cardiff Market for yourself.


Food

 

In Cardiff Market you’ll find a wide range of cuisine. If you want to try traditional Welsh recipes and locally sourced products, you’re in the right place. You’ll find traditional Welsh treats such as bara bryth and welshcakes at Bakestones. You’ll also find local delicacies such as cockles, lava bread, leeks, and rarebit.

You’ll also find international cuisine such as Thai and Itallian and artisanal pop-ups.


Fashion and lifestyle

 

Welsh Culture and Cuisine

 

Your Cardiff Market

 

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Directions
BY ROAD Cardiff Market is in the city centre, with numerous car parks within walking distance. For more travel information visit www.traveline-cymru.org.uk/ PUBLIC TRANSPORT Cardiff Market is only 5 minutes walk from the Central Train and Bus Stations.