SquareMeal Review of
Potted Pig Restaurant
Within striking distance of Cardiff Castle and the Millennium Stadium, the Potted Pig occupies a former bank vault whose simple, stripped-back interior makes a feature of bare brickwork and air-conditioning pipes. The food is gutsy, down-to-earth and right on-trend, with dishes such as ham hock terrine with homemade piccalilli or a combo of bone marrow, duck hearts and sweetbreads
with parsley salad. At lunchtime you can pick your way through a ploughman’s (including a homemade Scotch egg), while evening might bring anything from rabbit with peas and chips or pearl barley
risotto with tomatoes, basil and buffalo mozzarella to a mezze plate of flatbread, tabbouleh, char-grilled haloumi, chickpea salad & tzatziki. To round things off, get your sweet fix from
Eton mess or the self-effacing ‘ridiculous chocolate tart’ with crème fraîche.