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UWTSD Swansea Triathlon Sunday, June 2, 2019
Where to eat

Where to eat

The Smoke Haus

41 Wind St, Swansea SA1 1EE
01792 642045

Lively and youthful bar and restaurant serving up huge gourmet burgers, ribs and wings.

La Braseria

28-30 Wind St, City Centre, Swansea SA1 1DZ
01792 469683

Rustic Mediterranean restaurant.

The River House

Kings Road, Swansea SA1 8AW
01792 649060

With a sophisticated bar and covered terrace area, the Lounge serves light meals all day, as well as high end cocktails, fine wines and Champagnes.

Cafe TwoCann

2, J Shed Arcade, Kings Rd, Swansea SA1 8PL
01792 458000

Venue in natural stone and wood for daytime cafe and evening bistro-style international dining.

Gallinis Italian Restaurant

3, Fishmarket Quay, Maritime Quarter SA1 1UP
01792 456285

Marina brasserie serving mainly classic Italian pasta and main courses, with downstairs coffee shop.

Pump House

Pump House Quay, Maritime Quarter, Swansea SA1 1TT
01792 651080

Trendy waterfront bar in an old pump house with waterside tables, cask ales and pub-style menu.

Las Iguanas

1-4 Castle Square, Swansea SA1 1DN
01792 930565

We live for food, and to bring food alive – with an irresistible bolt of Latin American energy. We rise at the crack of dawn to unload boxes of top-quality, fresh British produce. Then our chefs add carefully sourced ingredients from around the world, to conjure delicious, authentic South American food, made with passion, love and lots of Latin magic. Our food pulses with its exotic 16th Century roots – a mouth-watering confusion of native Latin American Indian, Spanish, Portuguese and African influences. Las Iguanas is an adventure. You’ll discover new tastes, and fall in love with new favourites – and feel the warmth and welcome of South America.

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