Green renovation gives Cardiff cottage new lease of life as sustainability-led restaurant

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The restaurant is set to open in a former park warden cottage in Cardiff | Credit: Kindle
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The restaurant is set to open in a former park warden cottage in Cardiff | Credit: Kindle

New eatery Kindle to open in Welsh capital next month following green makeover, serving a seasonal menu partly sourced from on-site garden

A new sustainability-focused restaurant is set to open in the Welsh capital early next month, offering seasonal menus, natural wines, and produce from an on-site garden and greenhouse, according to its...

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