Price Point: Mains from £10-£20
Round-up your mates and head to the Printhaus, Cardiff’s capital of cool, where owners Phil Lewis and his partner Debs have been producing mouth-watering pizzas and an apparently endless supply of good times in their quirky courtyard restaurant since 2016.
After beginning life as a humble pop-up in 2014, Dusty Knuckle has earned itself a cult following for the quality of its ingredients, all sourced from independent businesses, the crispiness of its bases and its dedication to seasonality. The Guardian even named it one of the UK’s top 10 pizzeria’s outside London.
The pizzas may be cooked in a wood-fired oven in traditional Neapolitan style, but the menus reflect Wales’ bountiful natural larder. Think laverbread, Penclawdd Cockles and samphire, all plucked from the pristine local coast, and a starter of Welsh Black beef stew, cooked until tender for no less than six hours.
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