Located in the heart of Cardiff’s busy shopping district, The Corner House offers the ideal spot to relax, unwind, and refuel after a busy day exploring the city.
Proving that traditional and modern décor can work together with effortless ease, this stylish pub, bar and restaurant is a great space for all occasions.
With its extensive menu featuring lots of delicious starters, light bites, mains, sharing platters, and tempting desserts, The Corner House is perfectly equipped to accommodate a wealth of tastes and appetites.
Set within the bustling city centre of Cardiff, The Corner House is easily accessible and there’s ample parking and public transport routes in the area.
If you’re travelling by train, Cardiff Central Station is just a five minute walk away.
This pub for people with great tastes also boasts a unique outdoor space that is ideal for al fresco dining, especially when the temperature rises in the city.
There are plenty of car parking spaces available on site, and we are also child friendly, so please feel free to bring your little ones along – they’ll love our dedicated children’s menu!
Tucked away in the busy shopping district of Cardiff City Centre, The Corner House is the perfect place to rest your tired feet after a busy day or grab a bite to eat before you hit the shops again.
In addition to our magnificent interiors, we also offer a fabulous outdoor dining space that’s perfect for alfresco dining all year round.
But if shopping isn’t your thing, there are plenty of sights and activities to keep you entertained – so we’d definitely recommend making a day of it!
The National Museum Cardiff attracts visitors from all over the world. And, with its huge collection, including world-renowned impressionist and post-impressionist work, 1930s surrealism, and 20th century art from Wales, it’s easy to see why! Aside from art, there’s also a number of natural history, archaeology, and geology exhibitions to explore. Once you’ve had your fill of culture, The Corner House offers the perfect spot to refuel.
No visit to Cardiff would be complete without a trip to Cardiff Castle. Dating back to 50AD, this imposing structure is sure to impress with its elaborate gothic architecture.
The iconic Millennium Centre is also close by in Cardiff Bay. Nicknamed the Armadillo, this vibrant venue plays host to a wide range of concerts and performances all year round.