Country dining inn and farm shop handy for Cardiff
At a glance
AA Pick of the Pubs
The Caesars Arms has a lot to offer. Vegetable gardens, polytunnels and a smallholding all form part of this enterprise, supplying a huge variety of greens, rare breed pork, honey, smoked meats and fish to the adjoining farm shop as well as the country pub and brasserie itself. The chefs pride themselves in offering a progressive, modern menu combined with some old favourites. Sea bream, turbot or red mullet may feature, while Welsh game, beef and lamb satisfy the meat-eaters, and free-range chicken and duck come from Madgetts Farm in the Wye Valley. An extensive wine list ensures that finding the perfect companion to your chosen main meal will be a breeze.
Dinner: Monday to Thursday 6–9.30, Friday 6–10, Saturday 5–10
Credit cards accepted
Coach parties welcome, notice required
M4 junction 34, A4119 towards Llantrisant/Rhondda. Approximately 0.5 mile right at lights signed Groesfaen. Through Groesfaen, past Dynevor Arms pub. Next left, signed Creigiau. 1 mile, left at T-junction, pass Creigiau Golf Course. Pub 1 mile on left.