Wales' restaurants are open for outdoor dining once again and if you ask us, there's no better way to spend a day than by sitting out on The Hayes and watching the world go by while tucking into a plate or two of delicious food.
Now's the time to catch up with friends, family and loved ones over great food and drinks right in the centre of Cardiff, so plan your visit here and read on to find out more about our current al fresco dining options below.
Wagamama is ready to welcome you back to the outdoor terrace so you can treat yourself to all your favourites, from katsu to ramen.
The fantastic new vegan menu has plant-based versions of some of the restaurant's most iconic dishes, including sticky vegan 'ribs' and the all-new, in-restaurant exclusive vegan chilli 'squid'.
No need to book – just turn up!
Not on The Hayes, but at the other side of St David's to the rear of Eastside, you'll find the al fresco terrace of Zizzi. It's the perfect place for a spot of people watching while you tuck into a generous Rustica pizza or steaming hot bowl of Carbonara. Sit back, enjoy, and reflect on how good it is that you no longer have to eat burnt pizza out of your own over, or grate parmesan over your own sub-standard pasta!
Enjoy a taste of Mexico in the heart of Cardiff now that Wahaca is open for outdoor service again, with all the quesadillas, platitos and tacos you can eat.
Whether you want to share some street food or savour a sweet potato burrito or a grilled chicken enchilada, Wahaca offers Mexican market eating like no other – and has the best beers, margaritas and mojitos to wash your meal down with too.
Book a table online or drop in now.