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Come and visit the Owain Glyndwr. The Owain Glyndwr is located opposite St John the Baptist Church on the junction where St Johns Street meets Church Street in the centre of Cardiff. We are only 200m from the Millennium Stadium and juat around the corner from Cardiff Castle. With two floors and a separate sports bar, it has the ability to cater for every occasion. With quality food served every day from 9am until 10pm,live bands every Friday and Saturday night. The Owain has earned a reputation as a great place to eat, drink and meet friends in Cardiff. Sport is also a large part of the entertainment, with SKY Sports & BT Sports showing on the 8 plasma screens - the atmosphere on rugby international…
Came for a meal ordered a meal which was out of stock so ordered sausage and chips which came out before my partner even got back to table which would be good service except for there was what looked like raw sausage on the plate...More
Called in for lunch plenty of tables staff friendly enough food arrived after about 15 mins I had the fish it was ok nothing special but decent my wife had the Nachos which she enjoyed our biggest gripe was it was freezing outside and not...More
Came in and was welcomed by the bar staff (Callum I think) who was very friendly and suggested the best larger. Ordered the southern fried chicken sandwich with chips which was lovely. Nice atmosphere and even though there was sky sports on music was playing...More
Been here two weeks before and had fantastic tapas. Brought my family in and was very disappointed with the food. All the staff were great but had to send my meal back twice. When it arrived the 3rd time the “salad” was a few bits...More
Whilst my wife and I and our friends from Leeds enjoyed some drinks prior to the Wales v Scotland rugby match, we were all absolutely disgusted to be asked for a £1 per person entry charge after the match! Whilst the amount was not extortionate...More
I ordered a beef burger with cheese and bacon (costs more) and switched normal fries for sweet potatoe fries, you pay extra for these too. Meal arrived after about a 45 minute wait, no cheese or bacon on the burger and normal fries.
Saturday lunchtime, popped in for drinks and some food. First we were moved from our table to make room for a private function. No signage, and no-one else appeared to be moved as the function was happening. Then we went to order food to be...More