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Eco-friendly restaurant opens

The Grazing Shed

The Grazing Shed in Cardiff

A new eco-friendly restaurant, which prides itself on serving the best locally sourced produce and homemade goods, has opened in Cardiff.

The Grazing Shed, situated on Barrack Lane, is a project born from an idea by Luisa Jones and Duncan Black who wanted to create an eco friendly restaurant using high quality locally sourced products such as Welsh beef and bread.  

The restaurant’s gourmet burgers called “Super Tidy Burgers” are already proving a big hit with visitors; with Radio 1 DJ, Huw Stephens, tweeting they are the best in Cardiff.

Luisa said: “We think it’s really important to embrace the quality produce that surrounds us and we believe that local/fresh is best and also that it has a very positive impact on the local economy.”


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