Nominations for this years Parliamentary Pub of the Year competition are now open.

We are very lucky in Cardiff Central to have a large and diverse range of pubs. I am looking for constituents to nominate their favourite Cardiff Central pub.

To nominate your favourite pub, please click here.

Nominations are open until 30th August, when a shortlist will be decided and constituents can vote on the final nomination.

Criteria for the competition includes:

Being Great at What They Do

This can include:

  • Offer a range of beers and a food menu including (where possible) classic British pub food;
  • Have been nominated for or won an industry award for the pub or an aspect of your business relevant to visitors (beer range, warm welcome, food offer, beer garden, customer service) including local, regional or national tourist awards, local newspaper awards, CAMRA awards, Loo Of the Year, Michelin Star or Good Food Guide entries;
  • The warmest of welcomes throughout the Year – from great signage, effective marketing, ongoing calendar of events.
  • Have helped put their community/village/town/city on the map – as participant in pub walks, ale trails, tourist guides
  • Range of beer
  • Range of food
  • Music
  • Sports
  • Community contribution
  1. Gemma Summers says:

    The Hollybush Pub, Pentwyn. Always a very warm welcome from all staff who will go that extra mile if needed. Dog and family friendly. A good selection of both alcoholic and soft drinks. Food is always excellent and you can chose from tradtional pub food or they have other options too.

  2. Mal Williams says:

    Only one possible answer to this one – The Albany.

    Does all on the list of good pub offerings.

  3. Brian Francis says:

    The Pen & Wig is my nomination.
    A pub for all – lawyers to students.
    It offers a wide range of Real Ales and ciders from many breweries across the UK but not forgetting local breweries. The staff are well trained and know their beers.
    The beers are well kept and beer lines regularly cleaned to ensure quality.
    There is a good menu for food.
    Take a look out the back of the pub and there is a substantial garden area, much of which is covered. For winter nights, heating is available.

  4. John Meredith says:

    I wish to nominate The Flute and Tankard in Windsor Place. It is a small pub which serves consistently good real ale with a focus on local breweries. It tends to stick with small brewers for it’s supplies and is innovative in this. The atmosphere is great and it is a true locals pub in the city. It also supports local jazz with many of the RWCMD students playing there during term time. It also supports comedy shows as well. All this entertainment is in a small but intimate venue upstairs. It is a friendly place and the landlords will greet you by name once they know you. Although opposite Wetherspoons it is not well known but is deserving. I thoroughly recommend it.

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