Cardiff is home to a wide variety of brilliant breakfast spots, so you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding where to go for brekkie in the city. Take a look at some of the places you absolutely must visit if you’re after a winning breakfast in Cardiff.
This little café gets busy quickly, so you’d better head there when they open at 9am if you want to dine at this cute, French eatery. Otherwise you may find yourself eating outside if you’re desperate and let’s face it, Cardiff doesn’t always have the weather for al fresco dining!
However, if you can’t get up and dressed early, you may still be in luck. Thé Pot serves breakfast until 2pm; how good is that?! Situated on Crwys Road in Cathays, it’s no surprise that The Pot offers breakfast options after midday.
If you fancy going all out, The Full Welsh is the one. For £7.50, you can tuck into delicious pork and leek sausages, bacon, scrambled eggs, a grilled mushroom, homemade baked beans, and bubble and squeak. Sounds pretty good, right? And to top it off, it’s served with thick cut toast too. The Full Welsh puts an English breakfast to shame.
Tucked away in Cardiff’s Duke Street Arcade is a hidden gem: Garlands. Once you discover this cosy café, you won’t be able to stay away. Again, Garlands is another eatery that is always busy, but that only means good things. Can’t get a table? Then have a wander around the surrounding shops in the arcade and pop back, it’ll be well worth the wait.
Whether you fancy something as light as a croissant for just £1.95 – you can’t go wrong – or going all out and ordering The Full Meaty for £6.95, Garlands is the perfect place to start your day.
The Full Meaty consists of pork and leek sausages, bacon, rosemary and garlic sauté potatoes, fried eggs, baked beans, a grilled tomato, sautéed mushrooms and, of course, toast! Delicious.
In the heart of Pontcanna is Café Brava, an independent eatery that’s a café by day and a bistro by night. And boy does this place know how to do breakfast. With a variety of tasty breakfast options available, you’re bound to find something that’s perfect for you.
So, if you’re on a bit of a health kick, order the porridge with runny honey for just £3.75. Fancy treating yourself to something that’s naughty but oh-so-nice? The American style pancakes served with smoked bacon or bananas and maple syrup are a dream. And at £6.25 you can’t go wrong.
However, if you fancy a ‘proper’ breakfast, you’ll love the Brava ‘Meaty’. Think bacon, pork sausages, baked beans, a fried egg, mushrooms, a grilled tomato and either toast or fried bread. Sounds too good to be true right? Not at Café Brava.
So, now you know of some of the best places to go for breakfast in Cardiff. If you choose to decide to rent a property in the Welsh capital then all of these eateries will be on your doorstep.
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