The Clink Restaurant
At HMP Cardiff

an innovative approach
to rehabilitation

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Re-offending rates reduced by 87.5%

Visit The Clink Restaurant at HMP Cardiff – a dining experience delivering change, staffed by prisoners working towards City & Guilds NVQs in Hospitality & Catering and Customer Service and ultimately employment in the UK hospitality industry, upon release.

Since opening, The Clink Restaurant at Cardiff has won several prestigious awards, including The Sustainable Restaurant Association’s 3 Star Award and The Craft Guild of Chefs Award for Education Excellence. It also champions the wealth of quality, fresh and organic produce available throughout Wales.

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Cardiff - What to expect

A unique dining experience
  • A unique dining experience, within the grounds of this Category B prison.
  • A delicious meal, cooked using fresh, seasonal ingredients and the latest cookery techniques.
  • You will be served by prisoners from HMP Prescoed (a category D prison) who participate in The Clink Restaurants' training scheme.
  • The Clink Restaurant Cardiff has a private dining room which is available for exclusive hire; seating 24 and offering projector and AV facilities it is ideal for meetings, conferences and presentations.

Together we can pave the way to a brighter future for those who want, and deserve, a second chance at life.

Find us

Map

Address:

Her Majesty's Prison Cardiff
Knox Road
Cardiff
CF24 0UG
Wales

Opening Hours:

Monday to Friday

Breakfast: 9am – 11am
Lunch: 12pm – 3pm
Afternoon Tea: 3pm – 4pm

Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Dinner:
7pm or 7.30pm sittings available
Please note: Evening sittings must be booked in advance and include a special gourmet menu that is priced at £39.95 per person

Sunday
Sunday Roast: 12pm or 2pm sittings available

Please note: Sittings are for 2 courses (starter/main or main/dessert) priced at £15.95 per person. Desserts are an additional £5.95.

Directions:

Public Transport

Train: The nearest main line station is Cardiff Central. There is a fairly regular train service from Cardiff Central Station to Cardiff Queen Street Station. This is within 400 yards walking distance of the prison.

Bus: As the prison is very near to the city centre, any bus taking you into Cardiff passes the prison.

By Car

From M4 westbound: Leave M4 at Junction 29 where the road splits (Swansea etc. to the right and Cardiff to the left onto the A48M). Follow the dual carriageway and take the third exit (docks/Cardiff east, A4161). Remain on the A4161 and follow the signs for Cardiff City Centre, through several sets of traffic lights with Cardiff Royal Infirmary and the Blind Institute (Shand House) on your left. After passing the Blind Institute take the first left into Fitzalan Road (before the Railway Bridge).

From M4 eastbound: Leave M4 at Junction 33 signposted Cardiff (Wales) Airport. At the roundabout take the second exit (A4232) and follow the dual carriageway; after passing through the Butetown tunnel take the first left then take the second exit at the next roundabout. Follow this dual carriageway over a flyover; you will then see the walls of the prison. Turn right and follow the wall - turn left and left again, the multi-storey car park will be on your right.

Parking: There is a multi-storey car park directly opposite the prison.

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