Tag - Cardiff

Food & Drink

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...

Food & Drink

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...

Food & Drink

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...

Food & Drink

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...

Culture

Review: Gaslight, New Theatre

Gaslight, Tuesday 14th March, New Theatre, Reviewer: Hannah Hopkins

A Victorian townhouse in London. Bella Manningham is slowly losing her mind. A picture...

Food & Drink

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...

Food & Drink

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...

Features

PREVIEW: Refugee Rhythms Returns!

This Thursday, the 23rd February, Cardiff University’s branch of Student Action for Refugees is holding its annual event – Refugee Rhythms. Last year’s...

Food & Drink

Interview: The Pomegranate

By Ellie Philpotts
Despite Cardiff’s recent surge of new companies bursting into existence (not just reserved to food, we’re talking everything from mini...

Food & Drink

Review: The Hashery

By Ellie Philpotts
With the rent for independent businesses selling like hot cakes, and the amount of restaurants already calling the city centre home, it...

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