Meat lovers in Swansea will no longer have to drive down the M4 in order to tuck in to a juicy Miller & Carter steak. The popular chain, which has three restaurants in Cardiff , will soon be opening its first west of the capital. And it will be replacing an old favourite in the city - the Toby Carvery Killay. The Miller & Carter Steakhouse in Swansea is due to open in March, 2018.
A new Welsh bakery has put its own spin on the traditional cheesecake - by adding a dash of alcohol to its desserts. Swansea -based Jolis Gâteaux launched in October and has already found its cakes on the menus of restaurants and is selling out at local markets. Started by Jack Roberts, Nicholas Parton and Calum Pickard "with the intent to do something different and unique," they say that it was the idea to use tipples, such as prosecco, gin and martini, which sets them apart.
It's one of Swansea's most popular family attractions. But this year, partygoers heading for a night out on the town can also enjoy Waterfront Winterland where a live DJ will be performing every Wednesday between now and Christmas. Phil Hays, a regular on Swansea city centre’s nightclub and bar circuit, will be playing live party music sets from 7pm to 9pm starting on Wednesday, December 13.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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