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Where to Eat in Llandaff - 3

Mulberry St, 48 High Street.  John Davies, owner and Lorraine Norman.  Offering delicious food in a friendly laid back atmosphere with 44 seats.  Traditional three course menu or Tapas.  Open 12-3 and 6.30-11 Tues-Sat.  Tel: 2056-4646.  www.mulberrystreetcardiff.com

 

Porro, 22 High Street.  Tom and Gwyn, owners.  Italian-ish menu using locally sourced products where possible. Parities up to 20 catered for in private dining room. Opened May 2015. Open Mon-Thurs 12.00-21.30, Fri, Sat 9-22.30, Sun 12.00-17.00. Tel: 029 2056 5502. www.porrocardiff.com

 

Summer Palace, 2-4 High Street.  Mr Chim, owner.  Sophisticated, yet relaxed Cantonese and Pekinese Chinese restaurant.  Award-winning restaurant offering a regularly changing menu.  15% off takeaways (collection only).  Parties catered for.  Booking advised.  Open 12-2.30 and 6-11, 7 days a week.  Tel: 2056-4808/2844.

Summer Palace interior
Summer Palace
Mulberry St.

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The Great Wall, 11 High Street.  Steven and Amy Lau, owners.  Popular Chinese takeaway, a family business in the village for 20 years.  Regular clientele including many BBC celebrities.  Home of the inspiration for Roald Dahl’s Mrs Prachett and her sweetshop, and site of the Blue Plaque commemorating his childhood in Llandaff.  Open 12-2, 5.30-12 midnight (daily), 6-11.30 Sun, closed Monday.  Tel: 2056-7854.

Decorated for the Blue Plaque ceremony
The Great Wall

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