Look out meat lovers, Cardiff is set for yet another mouth watering new restaurant to hit it’s streets.
It might feel like Cardiff is already fit to burst with new restaurants such as Pho, Nook, Mowgli’s and soon the IVY – but the team behind the city’s newest meaty hot spot say they hope to offer something a little different when they open on High Street, on the site of Cashino & record store.
Bristol’s latest bovine-inspired temple of meat is heading to Cardiff soon with a passion for all things meaty and with a tagline of ‘Fire, Meat, Music’, what’s not to look forward to.
Pasture was started by Sam Elliott who spent the last 10 years working closely with celebrity chef Jamie Oliver and now he’s ready to open his second restaurant in Cardiff following the launch of his first back in February 2018 . Opening on 8-10 High Street, Pasture will focus on ‘fire, meat and music’. The steakhouse will source all it’s meat and produce as locally as possible, and will double up as a bar with live music venue at the weekends.
Since opening the restaurant they have had nothing but 5 star reviews on trip advisor, which gives us something to really look forward too.
Dishes on the grill-style menu will include cut to order 1kg Tomahawk steaks, 45 day dry aged burgers, fire roast chicken and a 650g ribeye steak along with a mouthwatering cocktail menu. For those looking for a little Salt Bae theatre in their dining can experience their ‘House Cuts’ live at the table.
Though flame-grilled meat is at the top of the agenda, there will also be a number of vegetarian starters and mains.
Sam Elliot told us ”I love Cardiff, The High Street (Castle Quater) has some incredible independent bars, cafes and restaurants and feels like the perfect location for us. Wales has some incredible suppliers & ingredients and we can’t wait to create something very special”
Building work has now commenced and they are looking to open the doors late February early March.