Thursday, 28 May 2015

Restaurant Review || Cosy Club Cardiff

A little while ago I arranged to meet up with a friend I had not seen in awhile and after hearing good things about this restaurant we decided on The Cosy Club Cardiff. I was really excited to check out what this restaurant was like, being a waitress in a restaurant means when I go out to eat I'm judging and noticing every little thing from the presentation of the food to cutlery on the table and the cleanliness of the floor.

I was surprised when we entered to find there was no downstairs only an upstairs. The décor was different and quirky which I really liked. The place felt very homely and 'cosy'.

We were seated at a lovely table for two with a beautiful view of the late afternoon shoppers below us.

I was really happy with the wide variety of food on the menu, however whenever I go anywhere that does pulled pork I almost always have it.

I had the pulled pork in a brioche bun with fries and a side of garlic bread which was delicious. The pulled pork was exactly what you'd expect a well cooked, well seasoned piece of meat would taste like, the fries were crispy but not over cooked and I ate every single bite of my meal.

I can't remember what Meg had but it was a burger with bacon and looked delicious. She was also impressed with her meal and ate every bit, except the salad, I had that.

For dessert I opted for the peanut butter cheesecake which came in a glass like this and was like nothing I've ever tasted before. By far my favourite dessert - EVER.

To conclude this experience at Cosy Club Cardiff, the staff and service is horrendous. The first time and more recently the SECOND time we went. They haven't got time to serve their tables but they've got plenty of time to have a chitchat in groups of three of four and share a joke whilst one of our girls is trying to get their attention for a glass of milk. The only reason we went back the second time was because the décor and food, I warned the second group of people I went with about the service and they agreed the service was shocking (5 waitresses eating out). Staff need retraining and motivation.

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  1. The garlic bread looks amazing! I really want to try pulled pork - I've not had it yet! Will defo try and visit this place when I eventually arrange a trip to Cardiff lol :)

    John ¦ Shout John

    1. Hey John
      The garlic bread was delicious! This is definitely the best place to try pulled pork, it's the best I've had and I have pulled pork EVERYWHERE.

  2. Mmm this looks so good! I can't believe i've been in Cardiff for three years and still haven't been to Cosy Club!! xx

    Jessie | allthingsbeautiful-x

    1. Hi Jessie,
      Oh my gosh, really? Jessie I feel like this will be your kind of place, give it a try! Or maybe we can meet up for cocktails.

  3. Shame the service let down how lush the food looks! Pulled Pork is a must everywhere haha x

  4. I've only ever been once and can't really remember what the service was like, I guess that means that it wasn't too bad! Shame you've had bad experiences as it is off putting.
    That desert looks amazing!

    Leanne - A Slice of My Life Wales

  5. I'm drooling over that cheesecake. Shame the service was a let down. Maybe you could find a knockoff recipe on the internet and just make your own!

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