Saturday, 21 February 2015

Win A Meal For 2 With Wine At The Old Market Tavern In Cardiff - Ends 13/03/15

Recently I reviewed a meal at The Old Market Tavern in Cardiff. On the site of the former O'Neills pub, next to Cardiff Market, the place has had a total overhaul and is traditional but still has modern touches and is appealing to both men and women.

Since it's opening in December last year, the place has gone from strength to strength building it's reputation as the place to go for real ales, and great pub classics with an up-to-date modern twist.



We enjoyed the roast Sunday dinner and my son loved his burger which was massive and excellent quality. We followed this up with a vanilla cheesecake with a berry compote which was delicious.  

Well priced and good quality food





The pub, one from the Nicholson pub brand, is also renowned for its real ales and has a large selection on draft.

The Interior





In my opinion, it would be a great place to take your mum on Mother's Day or dad on Father's Day. It's the sort of pub that appeals to all, with tasty pies, to delicious burgers, fresh salads to awesome desserts.

Today on my blog I have a chance to win a meal for 2 with a bottle of wine at The Old Market Tavern.

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Why don't you pop over to the website and let me know what food you would order if you would be so lucky to win. You can also Check out my current competitions here. Good luck!

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86 comments

  1. Basket of fish bites followed by slow braised pork belly and finished off with Apple and plum crumble

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  2. Basket of fish bites followed by slow braised pork belly and finished off with Apple and plum crumble

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  3. The wild boar and chorizo burger sounds gorgeous! Their menu has really gone more upmarket since I last dined there. I'd try it all! Lol

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  4. I think I would go for the Vegetarian burger and the baked cheesecake - looks so yummy

    Laura x

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  5. basket of fish or the ultimate burger dependent how hungry i felt at time

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  6. Thanks for a lovely giveaway :)

    If I were to win I would start with the sharing platter for two (I'm actually drooling over that right now!) followed by the pork belly :)

    Leanne - A Slice of My Life

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  7. I would go for the 21 DAY AGED RIBEYE STEAK. Hopefully I would have room for some crumble for pudding as well :)

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  8. Veggie burger for me and the ultimate burger for my oh, then baked vanilla cheesecake sounds mmmmm marvellous :)

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  9. I'd try the steak and ale pie... mmmmmmmmmmmm. Sounds delicious. I love pub food
    xx

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  10. I'd go for the Nicholson's Ultimate Chicken Burger

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  11. Thanks for the competition! If I won I'd have the Nicholson sharing platter, followed by the wild boar and chorizo burger! x

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  12. The sharing platter to start followed by the Aged Ribeye.

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  13. Venison and Sloe Gin pie? Yep - I've never tried that before so it's going on the list!

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  14. Basket of Fish for main and Apple and Plum Crumble for dessert

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  15. Nicholson's sharing platter
    Vension and sloe gin pie
    Copper Dragon's Golden Pippin

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  16. Slow braised pork belly followed by the treacle sponge. Lush!

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  17. The wild boar and chorizo burger- yum yum!

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  18. I would have the sharing platter followed by the pork belly then the brownie cake then would be officially stuffed but happy.

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  19. The roasted vegetable and goat's cheese wellington sounds amazing or the ocean pie, I love ocean pie

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  20. Slow-Braised Pork Belly for main and Apple and Plum Crumble for dessert :)

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  21. for me
    21 DAY AGED RIBEYE STEAK
    Add peppercorn sauce
    for partner
    GAMMON AND EGGS
    Thick-cut gammon steak, served with a free-range
    egg and skin on chips

    oooohhhh yeeees pleeeease

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  22. VENISON AND SLOE GIN PIE sounds absolutely gorgeous

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  23. It has to be the PULLED PORK BURGER

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  24. Venison & Sloe Gin Pie
    Rib Eye Steak with Peppercorn Sauce
    Would have a bit of each with my partner.

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  25. The Slow - Braised Pork Belly for me :-)

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  26. Look at the size of that burger!! Wish it was close enough for me, but will certainly be passing on the competition to my Welsh friends!

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  27. Sausages and Mash (ideal food for this rainy weather) or scampi and chips. Looks yummy.

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  28. LINE CAUGHT COD AND SKIN ON CHIPS NO PEAS FOR ME


    ANGELA B

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  29. The venison and sloe gin pie would be my first choice :)

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  30. I'll have a chorizo burger, thanks

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  31. ROASTED VEGETABLE AND GOATS’ CHEESE WELLINGTON followed by Chocolate Brownie

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  32. 21 DAY AGED RIBEYE STEAK
    Aged for 21 days to add extra flavour, served with
    skin on chips, flat mushroom and confit tomato

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  33. It would have to be the Venison and Sloe Gin Pie, that sounds so good!

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  34. steak and chips with onion rings,

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  35. Love the look of the Nicholson's Ultimate Chicken Burger

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  36. I'd go for the roasted vegetable & goat's cheese wellington. And treacle sponge for afters!

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  37. Roasted root vegetable soup, followed by sticky slow-braised pork belly.

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  38. I would order the macaroni cheese because it's one of my favourite meals ever! x

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  39. MACARONI AND CHEESE (V)
    8.95
    Macaroni pasta in a rich cheese sauce, topped
    with mature cheddar and grilled until golden.
    Served with garlic bread ............ sounds nice

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  40. I think I would go for the Steak & Ale pie as I normally tell myself that 'pastry is the devil' as always battling with my weight! What a treat! :D xxx

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  41. LAMB SHANK PIE - Slow-braised lamb shank in a pea and mint gravy, puff pastry lid, served with creamy mashed potato, green beans and Chantenay carrots followed by Treacle sponge and custard and a bottle of merlot.

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  42. The Nicholson Ultimate Chicken Burger sounds good to me

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  43. I would order the Nicholsons Sharing platter for starter, the wild boar and chorizo burger for main and the warm chocolate brownie cake for dessert.

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  44. Choriza burger sounds tasty and cheese cake for dessert yummm.

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  45. Wild boar and chorizo burger for main and the Treacle sponge and custard for afters!

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  46. I'd love to try the venison and sloe gin pie!

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  47. What I would like would depend on my mood on the day, but today I would order Brie Fondue followed by Slow Braised Pork Belly and then if I had room, Baked Vanilla Cheesecake.

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  48. MACARONI AND CHEESE (V) You have a good selection of lovely vegetarian choices Thank you ChrisHill

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  49. Definately Rib Eye Steak with Peppercorn Sauce followed by Cheesecake (if I can manage dessert) - fingers crossed xxx

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  50. The 21 day aged rib eye sound partiularly delightful! :)

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  51. roasted root vegetable soup

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  52. Margaret Nokling10 March 2015 at 21:58

    Rib Eye Steak I think but might change my mind when I smell fishy things!

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  53. Pulled pork burger followed by Baked vanilla cheesecake. Yum!

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  54. I know what the hubby would order! Pork and black pudding sausage, with mash. I would probably go with the steak and pale ale pie x

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  55. It all looks sooooo yummy! Spoilt for choice :)

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  56. Wild Boar burger- the devils are running amok near us! (Pete)

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  57. the calamari to start followed by the the STEAK AND PALE ALE PIE would be wonderful

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  58. Pork and black pudding sausages and mash followed by chocolate brownie cake. Yum!!

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  59. Root vegetable and honey soup, followed by the sea bass.

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  60. sunday roast dinner and followed by chocolate brownie cake
    lisa ann tebbutt

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  61. The calamari, followed by pulled pork burger and to finish baked cheesecake. Yummy.

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  62. samantha bolter12 March 2015 at 09:17

    I think I would go for the Vegetarian burger and the baked cheesecake - lovely

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  63. the glazed chicken sounds divine (followed by the baked cheesecake)

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  64. Would have to be the rare beef and mushroom salad, followed by the baked vanilla cheesecake for a real treat!

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  65. I would have 21 DAY AGED RIBEYE STEAK

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  66. Scampi and chips

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  67. Steak and chips!

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  68. Veggie burger :) siobhan l

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  69. I fancy the Steak and Ale Pie, right now!

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  70. WILD BOAR AND CHORIZO BURGER - sounds amazing :) I live in Cardiff and didnt know this place existed!!!

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  71. I would order the wild bore and chorizo burger it sounds amazing!

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  72. The wild boar and chorizo burger sounds epic!

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  73. I would order the basket of fish. Yum yum

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  74. I'd definitely go for the ultimate chicken burger and I reckon my Welsh cariad would want the venison and sloe gin pie. Might have to go for a side order of macaroni and then find somewhere quiet to go and lie down

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  75. NICHOLSON’S ULTIMATE BEEF BURGER sounds stunning or maybe the 21 day mature Ribeye :P

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