The menu @Chapter_eats has an International theme with freshly prepared dishes using seasonal Welsh ingredients. We want to be a recognized dining destination in Cardiff and South Wales through an excellent food and drink offering.

Having recently been awarded Runner Up in Wales in the “Cheap Eats” category of the Observer Food 2013, as well as being rated by PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) as one of the Top Five Vegan-Friendly Cultural Venues in the UK is not only a recognition of the professionalism of Head Chef Mark and his brigade, but also a great morale booster for a very hard working Chapter team.

Our menus will reflect seasonality using local produce whenever and wherever possible with particular attention to the quality of ingredients with fresh, crisp, intense and punchy flavours served in a welcoming and energetic environment, by friendly and welcoming staff…

The provenance of our food is as follows:

Our fish is from Snowdens Fishmongers, who have been supplying fishmongers, restaurants, caterers and shops in South and South Wales since 1931.

You can visit their website at

Our meat is sourced locally through Douglas Willis in Cwmbran. 

Learn more about them at

For our grocery shopping we use Castell Howell, one of Wales’s finest Food Industry success stories. Brian Jones and his team at Castell Howell have always worked very closely with Welsh producers, giving them the opportunity to display their amazing products on a national stage. Needless to say, Chapter strives to be Ambassadors for the very best of Welsh produce.

See more about Castell Howell here

For our cakes we use several Welsh bakers. One of the people we’ve helped grow is Will “The Brownie Man” at WK Foods. WK Foods was started by Will Rhys-Davies -The Brownie Man- in his parent’s kitchen during September 2011. He graduated from Keele University with a degree in business management and finance which lead him to setting up his own business.

He always had a knack for baking, especially brownies, so it seemed appropriate that he would set up a business selling these amazing chocolate brownies. Originally only supplying brownies to the coffee shops, conference centres and galleries of Cardiff, The Brownie Man now bakes a range of other gorgeous handmade cakes, cookies, flapjacks and shortbreads.

In November 2013, following his success with Chapter and other businesses who also chose to support a local entrepreneur, The Brownie Man expanded out of his parent’s kitchen and is now trading out of a kitchen unit in Cilfynydd.

Providing a diverse and exciting range of alcoholic beverages is one of the key tenets of our café-bar offer. It is this desire which has earned us recognition as a first-rate drinking destination, with the Observer Food Monthly regularly naming us The Best Place to Drink in Wales. We strive to ensure that we support the local industry by purchasing regularly from breweries in the South Wales area, such as The Celt Experience in Caerphilly, Brecon Brewery, and more recently Pixie Spring from Pontyclun. At the same time we aim to provide quality beers from farther reaches, and for many years Chapter Bar has been particularly synonymous with German beer. Not only do we host two annual German beer festivals -Maibock and Oktoberfest- at which you can usually sample beers from at least a dozen different breweries; we also ensure that our fridges are permanently stocked with a huge range of bottled German beer. Of course, sourcing such an extensive collection is not easy, and so rather than simply relying on large importers, we employ the services of an independent beer wholesaler, Klaus Vogt, who lives and works in Gemany. Klaus regularly drives the 800 or so miles from his home near Bamberg to bring us beers that you simply cannot get anywhere else in Wales (or in many cases, the UK!). For example, Brauerei Friedmann, located in Franconia, is a family owned brewery that only employs five people. And Brauerei Herrmann, from whom we receive both bottled and keg beer for our festivals, operates out of the back of a small village tavern in Bavaria. 

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