The newest addition to the Cardiff Bay food and drink scene has flung open its doors in spectacular style, creating 40 jobs for local people.
Cosy Club Mermaid Quay celebrates the joys of relaxed dining, drinking and lounging in a fabulous, welcoming setting: think aristocratic abundance with a dash of local village cricket pavilion pottiness.
The new opening is the second in Cardiff, the first city to boast two Cosy Club restaurants.
Full of character and aristocratic style
Its magnificent menus veer happily from light salads to comfort food classics, from coffees and smoothies to some of the finest cocktails around!
If that’s not enough, there are comprehensive brunch, gluten free and vegan menus so there’s something for everyone!
The new menu at Cosy Club, Cardiff Bay
There is an array of dishes available
Amber Wood, Managing Director for The Cosy Club, said:
“We are thrilled to open Cosy Club Mermaid Quay and can’t wait to welcome the local community through our doors. Opening the second Cosy Club in Cardiff is really exciting for us – we love our Welsh customers! For those who will visit us for the first time, you can enjoy everything from a tasty brunch, a lunch with friends, or an evening of decadent cocktails, set apart by our incredible team, the quality of our food and drink, and the nostalgia of our design.”
Speaking at the opening of the new restaurant, Tomasz Skądtytomasz, General Manager at Cosy Club Mermaid Quay said:
“The team has been working so hard to get ready for the opening and it was amazing to see the Cardiff locals turn out to support us for the launch – it was such a fun evening! We can’t wait to welcome our customers in to enjoy the summer menu, packed with delicious dishes and drinks.”
For the first month, Cosy Club Mermaid Quay will be donating funds from the sale of each coffee and burger sold to local charity organisation, Independent Age. The charity provides free information and advice for older people and their families on care and support, money and health and mobility, along with friendship services to relieve loneliness.
Matthew Wilkley, Assistant Director of Fundraising at Independent Age, commented: “We’re thrilled that The Cosy Club has chosen to support Independent Age – the money raised will help fund our work to improve the lives of older people in Cardiff and beyond. Our vision is for the UK to be the best place to grow old in, and to do this we need continued funds to support our work on the issues so we’re very grateful for Cosy Club’s support.”
Guests can also enjoy a free pot of tea every Wednesday between 10-11am in Cosy Club’s Free Teas for those in need, that bids to help fight loneliness.
For reservations, menus and further details log on to https://cosyclub.co.uk/location/cardiff-bay/