Cardiff is said to be home to one of the oldest multi-racial communities in Britain and due to this Cardiff has something to tickle everyone’s taste buds. So we’re confident your customers will find a restaurant or café to enjoy during their stay in Wales.
Following an unprecedented reception, the second Caribbean Irie Shack now opens its doors on Cardiff Bay. Each restaurant is uniquely styled by local designers and artists, creating an island retreat in the City. Your customers will be treated to a distinctive dining experience at the Irie Shack. Using only the finest ingredients and locally sourced produce, the Irie kitchens stay loyal to their roots using homegrown recipes and traditional cooking methods including a bespoke jerk pit (the traditional Jamaican method of cooking over hot coals and flames) in every restaurant.
Music is the food of the soul, and at Irie Shack they can’t get enough! Supporting local and national artists, the main stage plays host to regular performers including live steel drum bands, Cardiff's reggae-soulstress Aleighcia Scott and many more.
For more information including menu and forthcoming events visit www.irieshack.com or call 02920 373272. Tweet using #everythingisgonnabeirie
Another Caribbean restaurant to have opened its doors in Cardiff is Turtle Bay, which offers many authentic tastes of the islands and a promise of 40 types of rum. Find more information on their website or Facebook. Call them on 029 2034 2006 or Tweet using #welovejerk
And finally, The Stable Pizzeria has opened which offers a Welsh inspired menu using locally sourced toppings. Your customers may wish to try The Wooly Welshman, the Monmouth Trotter, the Cymru Clucker or the Fiery Dragon. More information for the Pizzeria can be found at here; or contact them on 029 2022 1721.
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