Browns Bar & Brasserie Cardiff
The Friary Centre,
Telephone: 0292 066 7096
Mon to Thur 8.30am - 11pm
Fri & Sat 8am - 12am
Sun 9am - 11pm
Mon to Thur 11pm
Fri & Sat 12am
Mon to Sat 8.30am – 12 noon
Sun 9am - 12 noon
Full Menu from: 12 noon until 11pm Fri & Sat
Afternoon Tea: 2.30pm - 5pm
Cardiff is creative, vibrant and exciting, with world class attractions to suit all interests - cultural, historical and contemporary.
In just one day, you could explore over 2,000 years of history at Cardiff Castle, then head over to Cardiff Bay for a Doctor Who Experience where you can join the Doctor on an amazing adventure with the Daleks, Cybermen and Sontarans, and browse the world’s most extensive collection of original Doctor Who props and artefacts.
There’s a wealth of art galleries – the National Museum Cardiff has one of the largest collections of impressionist paintings outside Paris, with works by Renoir, Monet and Cézanne on display. More contemporary art can be found at Chapter Arts Centre.
The city is the home of Welsh rugby – the Cardiff Blues have returned to Cardiff Arms Park and the Swalec Stadium hosts regular Test and one day international cricket matches.
Take a guided city tour and explore the many facets of Cardiff, such as a TV location tour (set off from Barry Island for the Gavin and Stacey Tour) or one that takes you on a spooky torch-lit ghost walk through graveyards and ruins….
The shopping is superb – as well as several arcades and pedestrianised Queen Street, there are plenty of vintage shops and markets to explore.
All in all, Cardiff is a fantastic place to visit and if you fancy lunch, dinner, coffee or drinks in the cultural heart of the city, come and join us at Browns.