From slow-roasted pork to garden veg tacos, the autumn menus at St David's are alive with vibrant colour and flavour-packed delights. Find out which dishes we rate at this eclectic range of eateries.
The Cosy Club
There are few things more autumnal than The Cosy Club’s slow roasted pork belly with creamy cabbage, mashed potato, caramelised apple and a cider and mustard gravy. Enjoy with a Butter Toffee Old Fashioned cocktail and knitted sweater for the ultimate Cosy experience.
The Ivy Cardiff
Never has raw beetroot tasted so good as when it’s paired with a cabernet sauvignon dressing, horseradish sauce, blackberries and hazelnuts a la The Ivy. The shepherd’s pie is rather good, too.
French food and autumn go together like cheese and wine, so we’ve been tucking into the slow-cooked Brittany duck leg with Anna potatoes, wilted baby spinach and cherry or orange sauce. Oh, and may we recommend the pinot noir to accompany?
When we tuck into the crunchy, gooey cheese and kale calzone at Zizzi, we like to give ourselves a pat on the back, because, you, know – kale’s a superfood right?
Remember Harvest Festival at school? Wahaca’s new Roast Garden Veg tacos are a similar kind of celebration but with a lot more class – think organic carrots, caramelised onion, creamy herb mole and homemade beetroot crisps.