Been here twice. The gallery was opened in 1991 by the Queen. If you are interested in the cultural history of Wales it is a good place - or if you simply want to shelter from the rain you are bound to get.
Permanent displays are works by Charles F. Tunnicliffe, Sir Kyffin Williams and the Massey sisters.
The actual gallery itself is great, well worth a visit, but I'm here today to review the cafe / restaurant 'Blas Mwy'.
I have eaten here in the past, and it has always been average and today was no exception, it ranged from poor to average to tasty. I had a panini which was well over done and had almost no filling, my partner had a chicken kebab, quite tasty but was very small.
The good bit is always the cakes and puddings, this time we went for a sponge cake and it was lovely.
So next time I come I'll be sticking with cake and coffee.
I'm not sure if it was expensive, I didn't pay, I'm sure it was.
Very interesting for art lovers and best of all its free!
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