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Set right beside the waterfront, Cast Iron Bar & Grill Swansea is a popular eatery inside the Swansea Marriott Hotel. Signature steaks are served alongside international light bites and craft beers, with special menus available for the kids.
The Cast Iron Grill menu showcases honest, British food people love to eat. It is all about fresh, seasonal ingredients and traditional flavour combinations; simple, tasty food done right. The a la carte features a range spanning from lighter bites to hearty mains. Trusty favourites include the signature hand-pressed burger, while globe-trotting recipes include the Odeiga-spiced chicken burger with avocado, mayonnaise and fries.
Cast Iron Grill have a passion for the perfect steak and are always on the quest for the tenderest, juiciest and most flavour-packed produce. Their Casterbridge steaks are premium dry-aged beef, matured on the bone, and selected only from the highest accredited South West farms. All their chefs are trained through the certified Cast Iron Steak Academy to ensure you receive the finest quality steak, cooked just how you like it.
Desserts like double chocolate brownie or vanilla cheesecake offer an indulgent conclusion. Hand-picked wines are sourced from across the globe, and a list of heady cocktails includes mixes like the Chesterfield, and a pink-hued G&T.
Right beside the picturesque harbour, Cast Iron Bar & Grill in Swansea is just a 15-minute walk from the city centre.
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31 maart 2018
Had lunch Easter Sunday, 3 courses with starters and dessert being help yourself buffet style. The roasts available was lamb or pork which were plated and served to the table with 3 roast potatoes each and adorned with gravy. My partner had lamb and I had pork. Both cooked very well, served with carrots, broccoli and cauliflower on the side. Unfortunately the broccoli and cauliflower was just a little too al dente I felt. I was surprised that there was no turkey on offer or stuffing served with the pork. This was £23/£24 per person. I booked this table in February so had not seen any menu at that point. Now I appreciate that it was Easter Sunday but in July 2017 we had a similar 3 course Sunday lunch here during the Wales Airshow and this was only £14.95 per person, seem to think that it also included a glass of Prosecco each. Can only think that as it was offered as 'kids eat free' we were subsidising others with a few kids in tow. Cheapest large wine was £8.00 a glass which I think is a little steep.