Pitch is a low-key, dimly-lit eatery with art-covered walls offering British standards plus cocktails & brews. A cutesy independent, sitting pretty on Mill Lane, Pitch is a must-try destination for cocktails and dining alike. With their rustic Scandi-style edge, Pitch makes for a special evening of seasonably sourced plates, drinking on the patio, lush cocktails, and early evening date nights. Pitch, a lovely independent in the middle of Mill Lane, will entice visitors looking for delicious cuisine, smartly crafted drinks, and rustic British décor. Pitch’s interiors are lovingly British with a Scandi flair, with low-hanging light bulbs, exposed brickwork, salvaged furniture, alcoholic booths, and white-washed wood. Tuck down at the tables and enjoy the flavors and beautiful flowers.
As the sun begins to shine in Cardiff, customers may step on their spacious terrace for stylish beverages. Vitamin D. Pitch thrives in the eating category, despite having a hip cocktail menu and a great range of wine and beer for those who like hops. Guests may binge on meals like a marmalade glazed belly of pork for £12.50 or Welsh laverbread and potato cake for £6.50, with their chef conjuring up classics with seasonably sourced platters and fresh cuisine. After reading good reviews online, my partner and I visited Pitch for an evening meal. Being tourists, we wanted to try some traditional Welsh dishes. We both had the lamb cawl, which was very good. The food was hearty and delicious, with suitable portions and excellent quality. Service was good, and the food arrived promptly.
We decided to return for lunch the following day for the sausage and mash and traditional rarebit, which again did not disappoint. I highly recommend it to any tourist who wants to try quality Welsh food in a relaxed and vibrant environment. We went to Pitch for a light evening dinner and drinks and were pretty satisfied with the shared platter. The plate cost £14 and such a selection! We served skewers of chicken and chorizo, lamb kofta, giant chunky wedges, garlic bread, coleslaw, salad, and chips. The food was hot, freshly cooked, and of high quality. I came here on a Sunday with my family when I visited for the weekend. We had the Sunday roast platter with beef, breakfast, and a carbonara. All STUNNING, the beef was so thick cut and loads of gravy the ambiance was so lovely as we sat outside amiable staff. We will be back!