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The Hashery Cardiff


The Hashery is a independent restaurant situated in central Cardiff, on High Street. Its specialities include burgers, mussels and daily 2-4-1 cocktails! The kitchen uses locally and responsibly sourced products, to ensure each customer receives the freshest plate possible. We had a chance to taste a variety of dishes off its new menu - the fried pickles certainly are unique and are not to be missed!  There is something on the menu for everyone, and coupled with the excellent service, this is THE restaurant to visit. With comic-print d├ęcor and a cosy, artsy feel, this is a perfect spot for either an afternoon cocktail, or a fun, family dining experience. I'd definitely recommend trying out the homemade dips, frozen margarita cocktails (served in skull fishbowls) and mozarella sticks (coated in crushed tortilla chips)! Head on down to The Hashery for a fresh, tasty and competitively priced meal now!
Review By Beth Cook



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