As part of my day job in hospitality PR, I’m thrilled to share the news that an ethos of sourcing locally, championing seasonality, and radically minimising food waste has seen The Pasture Restaurant group secure a 3* ‘Food Made Good’ Rating from the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA); they are the first independently owned restaurant in Wales to achieve the respected accreditation.View Post
Green & Jenks (an artisan deli), Tŷ Caws (a British cheesemonger) and Welsh Connection (ceramics and homeware) have all taken advantage of a scheme to offer festive pop-up spaces in the Castle Quarter Arcades. The scheme gives local businesses the opportunity to take city centre retail space on a short or flexible lease.View Post
An acclaimed Cardiff-born chef who has worked in some of London’s most celebrated kitchens has announced a month-long series of pop-ups at a coffee shop in Canton this December.
Alex Vines’ pared-back style of cooking has been influenced by his experiences in London, and also, by his MSc in Food Policy. As a result, he focuses on truly seasonal and sustainable ingredients and is passionate about working directly with local farmers, designing menus around the produce which comes fresh from the fields each week.View Post
The historic Cardiff Central Market will host another ‘Friday Night Market’ on 17th November – with live music and an eclectic range of independent traders putting on special offers for the event.
The late night (from 6pm-9pm) will take place as part of ‘City of Arcades’ day; a celebration which will see Cardiff city centre come to life with exclusive events, entertainment, discounts and experiences.View Post