Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Revolucion De Cuba Cardiff Review

Happy New Year!! I hope 2018 is treating you well so far. One of my new year's resolutions is to spend more time with friends and family. Life can get very busy but it's so important to spend time with people you admire because it makes a difference when it comes to your happiness and mental well-being. I'm starting 2018 as I mean to go on and scheduling coffee/food dates with friends and family is definitely one of this year's priorities. Yesterday I had a wonderful lunch date with a great friend of mine. Her name is Erica, a future Optician and nerd at heart who loves food just as much I do. She recently came back from a holiday in Hong Kong bearing gifts for me which was a lovely surprise. I can barely wait to dig in! Anyway, two weeks ago I received free cocktail vouchers in my email from Revolucion de cuba and so it was only inevitable we would end up there. Upon arriving, we were greeted by a lovely waitress who showed us to our table promptly, she was more than happy to explain the menu to us and solve any problems we had. Located in the heart of Cardiff therefore offering easy access, Revolucion De Cuba has some delightful Tapas and even though I rarely consume alcohol, the strawberry daiquiri cocktail I had is one to remember.
THE FOOD: 

The Tapas range from meat, vege and fish plates,  are a nice portion size, and were well cooked. They are also set at 3 for £14. However, yesterday tapas were also two for one which was the icing on the cake. So, we ended up paying just £9 each for 6 Tapas, now that's what I call a good deal. The menu does have some main courses like burgers, sandwiches, burrittos and deserts, a nice variety that caters for all. Everything is reasonably priced and so its definitely worth a visit. Here's what we had:

Roasted Pork Tacos


Strawberry Daiquiri Cocktail

Pork Belly Skewers

Mojito Prawns

Honey and Lime Chicken Skewers

Chicken Quesadilla






We also had Patatas Bravas which is not pictured here but it's basically fried potatoes topped with spicy tomato sauce and garlic. They were really nice actually.  

After a bit of shopping, we finished off the day with a nice cup of tea at Cafe Nero.

So would I recommend Revolucion De Cuba? I would, if you haven't been, give it a try and judge for yourself.
View there full menu here.

Where is it?

The Friary 
Cardiff 
CF10 3FA

Have a great week!
Nokhuthula xo 
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