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29 Park Place, Cardiff

29 Park Pl, Cardiff CF10 3BA, UK
29 Park Place Review
4 Star Rating
18 August 201729 Park Place
Tags: Cardiff, UK, Casual reviewsThe Bill: £47 per head

29 Park Place restaurant can be found located in a former townhouse in Cardiff. Rather than being a restaurant geared towards a romantic dinner for two, this restaurant is more suited for a fun evening with friends. The décor is fun and chic and the staff are very friendly and happy to make recommendations should you need them.

When we arrived we were greeted with a smile and shown to our table. We were pleased to note that the atmosphere was buzzy and vibrant and we enjoyed being amongst the other diners who were clearly enjoying their experience.

We began the evening with a gin and tonic. I went for Sipsmith Gin and my partner opted for a Portobello Road Gin, which came served with a slice of grapefruit. We sipped happily on our drinks as we made our menu choices.

“If you're looking for a fun place to eat some good quality food in Cardiff, then 29 Park Place should be one to consider.”

For our starters, I opted for the feta that was baked with chilli, oregano and slow roasted mixed peppers. This was an extremely tasty dish and one which I thoroughly enjoyed. My partner chose the antipasti, which consisted of a selection of wild game salami, sliced chorizo, Carmarthen ham, mixed olives, sun dried tomatoes and rocket. This was another great choice with the sun dried tomatoes cutting through the richness of the cured meats perfectly.

As a main course, I opted for the Classic 29 Park Place beef burger which was topped with Welsh rarebit, smoked streaky bacon, iceberg lettuce and gherkins, served on a toasted brioche bun with freshly cut chips and raw slaw. The burger itself was substantial in size and definitely hit the spot. My partner chose the fish and chips, which was served with mushy peas and homemade tartar sauce. The fish was cooked perfectly and was full of flavour and it made for a pleasurable dish.

To accompany our meal, we chose a bottle of the 2014, Luis Felipe Edwards Vine Trail Malbec, Argentina. The wine was a joy, being fruity and smooth with an earthy finish, which complimented our meal well.

Overall we enjoyed our experience of 29 Park Place. The quality of the food on offer at this restaurant is actually rather impressive and doesn’t disappoint. If you're looking for a fun place to eat some good quality food in Cardiff, then 29 Park Place should be one to consider. We would certainly return.

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