The Big 10: Favourite restaurants in South West Wales
IN this week’s Big 10 we ask which is your favourite restaurant?
“The Langland Brasserie is my favourite restaurant at the moment. It's in a fantastic location and to sit outside with tapas and a glass of red, watching the sun set behind the surfers; that’s my ideal way to relax.”
Melanie Walters, company director of Practical Pilates Ltd, Swansea
“Bouchon De Rossi. They catch their own fish and everything is fresh. I personally love the fillet steak and the fresh potatoes, which is relatively healthy when you consider how tasty it is.”
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Chris Ware, owner of Funky Pump Fitness, Port Talbot
“I really like Bar Reef, the food is lovely – everything is freshly cooked and they serve interesting Hungarian dishes.”
Mia Thomas, animal manager at Gower Heritage Centre.
“T Bones Inn and Restaurant in Cimla – the steak there is beautiful.”
Geraint Goodridge, 29, Glyncorrwg.
“My favourite restaurant is The Halfway Inn (Nantgaredig) because it serves good local food with plenty of choice and a warm welcome.”
marketing officer, Black Mountain Centre, Brynaman
Siâny Martin, The Wave radio presenter, Swansea
“La Brasseria, Wind Street, it’s a traditional bodega experience. A touch of Spanish warmth on a cold Swansea day with a menu that promotes good atmosphere.”
Lawrence Bailey, White Rock Consulting, Swansea
“I have to say Morgan’s Hotel has great food and the atmosphere says it all.”
Diane Lazarus, psychic consultant, Swansea
“The Vojon in St Helen’s road is superb; both service and food are top notch with a pleasant relaxing atmosphere.”
Kylie Hearne, owner of Stardust Boutique, from Sketty
“We go to the The Langland Brasserie, you couldn’t have a better situated restaurant, with a super welcome from Alvaro and his team.”
Kate Probert, professional chef, Gower.