Harden's says

A converted, red-brick Victorian railway building is the new (May 2021) home for one of Wales’s best-known chefs, who closed his former Penarth HQ in July last year. It’s an attractive contemporary setting with 30 covers for a menu that’s not as chefy and expensive as his former, Michelin starred one – more affordable and in a style you might describe as ‘brasserie plus’. A range of steaks is a feature.

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