Category - Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Review: 200 Degrees

By Ellie Philpotts
When a cafe not only has creative coffee that doesn’t abandon great taste; price-tags that remember we can’t all be millionaires (even...

Food & Drink

Review: Asador 44

By Ellie Philpotts
Now Final Year has trudged to an end, it’s time to start thinking about things more exciting than spending hours surrounded by books...

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Review: Happy Lok Diner

By Ellie Philpotts
A lot of things are associated with Cathays. Students, seagulls and stormy weather may be the biggest, but they don’t all begin with S...

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Interview: Not Plant Based

By Ellie Philpotts and Georgia O’Brien
The shorter version of this is in the current and final print issue of Quench, also at  (Pg 34-35)
These days, you...

Food & Drink

Review: Wahaca

By Ellie Philpotts and Georgia O’Brien
(Shorter version of this is in the current and final print issue of Quench – )
Intro – Ellie
If you’ve...

Food & Drink

Interview: 200 Degrees

By Ellie Philpotts
Cardiff’s community of caffeine connoisseurs has manifested itself in the form of a real culture of cosy cafes. So much so, new addition...

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Food Evening: Chai Street

(The shorter version of this is in the current print issue of Quench – .)
Ellie Philpotts – Cardiff seems like a city of two halves. In one sense...

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Review: The Clink Charity

By Olivia Botting
I write this as I emerge from my two-day food coma bestowed upon me by the delicious food at The Clink Restaurant, by Queen Street train...

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Review: The Flora

By Elinor Terry
Hey, what are you up to tonight? We’re thinking about going to the Flora for a few drinks, want to join us? Now, I know what you’re...

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Review: Coyote Ugly Saloon

By Ellie Philpotts
I would say I basically have no words after experiencing Cardiff’s take on Coyote Ugly, but a blank review is kind of a novel concept, so...

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Cardiff’s Comfort Food

By Ellie Philpotts
Uni is good for lots of things. Independence, meeting new people, experiencing city life, making the most of the last dregs of limited...

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Interview: Le Cordon Bleu

By Ellie Philpotts
As admirable as its food scene may be, it seems fair to argue Cardiff isn’t exactly as well-known in the culinary stakes as fellow...

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