Enjoy a great meal & save money with these special offers & deals at a selection of restaurants in Cardiff and South Wales.
On sugarvine.com you can view profiles, special offers, photos, menus, wine lists and details of special events for many Cardiff and South Wales restaurants, bars and pubs. Watch this space. . .
Win dinner, bed and breakfast for 2 people at the Cedar Manor Hotel in the beautiful Lake District. Expect accomplished two-AA-rosette cooking at this Victorian country house retreat which sits in its own mature walled gardens on the outskirts of Windermere.
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If you're planning a special meal out, why not make a night of it? We can offer the best hotel deals, with discounts of up to 70%....more
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It's simple and free to place your Takeaway order online. Just click on the link to browse places to eat in Cardiff and South Wales where you can order online....more
Matthew Mason is Head Chef of The Jack in the Green at Rockbeare, near Exeter -- one of Devon’s most exciting pub/restaurants. No stranger to awards, Matthew is a former South West Chef of the Year and ex-Gidleigh Park apprentice. During the past 17 years, he has helped transform the Jack from a rundown roadside pub into a beacon of superb cooking synonymous with exemplary levels of service. Matthew has teamed up with Sugarvine to answer your cookery questions.Ask Matthew Mason your question.
Yes, they might be London-centric and some of them don’t even have all that much to say about the food -- but there’s no denying that the restaurant critics do make for interesting reading. So for your vicarious dining pleasure we’ve brought together restaurant reviewers from the quality national papers.
Read What the Critics have to say.
Enjoyed your last meal out? If so, write a restaurant review on Sugarvine and we’ll give you a £50 discount on your first case of wine purchased from Virgin Wines.
Latest Restaurant Review:Scotch Pine Inn, The, Ammanford
More information on Scotch Pine Inn, The"Went there on Saturday (12/07/14), the decor is very dated and we were greeted with a frosty welcome and it wasn't the wet windy weather outside. We were a party of 20 and has the room together. My wife ordered the chicken curry with chips. We were also entitled to a trip to the salad cart. When my wife's food came all looked ok, it was a good sized portion. However on tasting my wife did not like the curry, the re was a funny taste and tangy aftertaste. I took the meal back and advised the older lady behind the car the meal was not nice and she replied "we have served this for 17 years and been serving that night with no complaints" I advised I had tasted it as well as my mother and we all agreed it did not taste right. The plate was snatched away from me, no offer of my wife having a replacement meal was made and she did not return to the bar in the room for around 20 minutes. The salad cart was basic, with most of the items almost run out. With reference to the curry, i wonder if it was one of the original batches made 17 years ago. I am no snob but would expect a level of customer service to the paying customer and had that been me dealing with the complaint for my business i would have been apologetic the food was not nice and not defensive over how long it had been on the menu. Maybe it is time you considered revising your menu Mrs Scotch Pines. "
It's long been noted amongst those who note such things that the more cookery shows there are on TV and the more cookbooks proliferate, the less we seem to be able to find our way into that strange and fantastic land known as "The Kitchen" to prepare ...see the full blog and reader comments
Latest news for diners in the Cardiff and South Wales area.
- New Forge now open
New Forge , Blackwood has opened
- Savis Grill House now open
Savis Grill House, Swansea has opened
- Mini`s Diner now open
Mini`s Diner, Tredegar has opened
- The Buck Sports Bar & Grill now open
The Buck Sports Bar & Grill, Barry has opened
- Chef Of The Future 2014 Winner Unveiled
The Vegetarian Society's cookery school, Cordon Vert, has unveiled the winner of the Chef of the Future 2014 competition -- Gavin Kellett, Head Chef at the Manor House, Godalming. The winning three-course menu comprised: Crispy hearts of palm, shiitake mushroom duxelles, aubergine chutney, pomegrana...more