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Situated in the beautifully restored former Grand Hotel on Westgate Street, the Mango House in Cardiff is sure to follow in the extremely successful footsteps of the established Mango House restaurant in Magor.

The restaurant has been elegantly furnished and combines a contemporary, intimate atmosphere with a wonderful array ofprepared recipes – all of which are created on the premises using high quality, locally-sourced produce. dishes created from the flavours and spices of the subcontinent. Indian food lovers are sure to be delighted with the freshly-

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Please note: bookings must be made at least 24 hours in advance. Due to being close to the Rugby world cup the tastecard offer is not available on 19-20th September 2015, 1- 2nd,11th, 17th and 18th October 2015.

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Situated in the beautifully restored former Grand Hotel on Westgate Street, the Mango House in Cardiff is sure to follow in the extremely successful footsteps of the established Mango House restaurant in Magor.

The restaurant has been elegantly furnished and combines a contemporary, intimate atmosphere with a wonderful array ofprepared recipes – all of which are created on the premises using high quality, locally-sourced produce. dishes created from the flavours and spices of the subcontinent. Indian food lovers are sure to be delighted with the freshly-

The chefs’ recipes are a fusion of the old and the new that weaves the richness of a two-thousand year old tradition into the kitchen and eating habits of today. The word ‘Curry’ comes from a Southern Indian word Khari meaning ‘sauce’ The curries here are based on a subtle combination with vegetables, fish or meat, from the yoghurt based Kormas to the fiery Vindaloos and every nuance of flavour in between. To eat these curries on their own would be enjoyable, but to have the flavours tempered with rice and bread, and contrasted with salad, chutney and vegetables is more satisfying.

The Mango House was an award winner for official Cardiff Curry 2008 which was shown on ITV. Along with this It received a 9/10 rating from the Western Mail. The restaurant has been so successful that it has entertained Variety of well-known people such as Lord Dafydd Ellis-Thomas, Welsh Opera Singer Rebecca Evans, Celebrity Chef Nancy Lam, Author Rebecca Harris, Director of Golf at the Celtic Manor Jim McKenzie. Many other high Profile people regularly dine at the restaurants such as local MPs and councillors. Jang also appeared in the Wales Business Insider in 2008 for his excellent achievements, and the restaurant is officially recommended By the BBC Eating Out Guide.

So what are you waiting for? Book today to find out what all the fuss is about!

 

Please note: bookings must be made at least 24 hours in advance. Due to being close to the Rugby world cup the tastecard offer is not available on 19-20th September 2015, 1- 2nd,11th, 17th and 18th October 2015.

Location

Grand Hotel, Westgate Street, Cardiff, CF10 1DD

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