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Nick Brodie: Where to eat and drink in Wales

Nick Brodie of Llangoed Hall shares his favourite places to eat and drink across Wales

The Cock Hotel at Bronllys serves a hearty breakfast, with welcoming and very accommodating staff. For lunch, Mount Fuji, St Davids shopping centre Cardiff, for really good Japanese cooking, and dinner, Ynyshir, for the food and experience.

The Best Sunday lunch is at The Felin Fach Griffin. It’s a favourite in the area with well-cooked meat and fish and a good atmosphere.

For food shopping, Swansea market has superb fish, meat and veg at good prices.

The Wheelwright Arms at Erwood, Builth Wells, is the place to go after work for a pint, and they also do great pub food.

My favourite place to go with my family is Seoul House at St Mellons in Cardiff. They serve great Korean food – my son has always liked going, especially for the open-table barbecues.

If I could only eat one thing around here, it would have to be… The local lamb – it’s melt in the mouth with good fat coverage. Barbecued would be the best way as it’s sweet in the summer but it has a more fuller flavour towards the autumn.

 

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