This museum is in the Coliseum, which opened in 1905 as a theatre and served as a cinema from 1932 onwards. The elegant interior still...
An incongruous setting for a booze palace, perhaps, but an incredibly beautiful one. This former chapel has Victorian tiles on the...
Located upstairs from an inviting food shop in an attractive Victorian house, this excellent restaurant uses organic, locally-grown...
31 Pier St · interesting places nearby
With its blend of Spanish, French and Welsh produce, this is a foodie's idea of Nirvana: a delicatessen out front with a cheese counter to die for and communal tables out the back for tapas and wine. The deli platters are excellent, coming in a choice of meat, mixed fish or cheese (£8.95). There's a set menu (two-/three-course £11/13) available at lunchtime and large plates of tapas on offer in the evenings.