La Braseria (Swansea) Reviews
Description:28 Wind Street, Swansea, West Glamorgan, SA1 1DZ. Tel: 01792 469683.
Newest Review: ... surprised to see that most tables were reserved. 'this is a good sign' my boyfriend and I thought. Checking with the waitress, although it turned out that there was a spare table for 2 just for us. Excellent! We ordered a bottle of wine, white. and were told to make our choices at the counter. To be fair all looked good, meat looked fresh and fish looked impressive, we were in for a treat, ... more
Customer La Braseria (Swansea) Reviews (2)
by brutemeister - written on 16/04/09
Terrible!! It was cold, rainy and La Braseria was the first restaurant we stumbled across during our visit to Swansea. Looking through the window, you could be forgiven to think that this was a first class restaurant, authentic, warm and inviting. But this is as far as it goes. Having hovered a short while, dripping wet near the bar area, we were surprised to see that most tables were reserved. 'this is a good sign' my boyfriend and I thought. Checking with the waitress, although it turned out that there was a spare table for 2 just for us. Excellent! We ordered a bottle of wine, white. and were told to make our choices at the counter. To be fair ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/04/02, updated on 20/04/02 (Very useful, 1370 readings)
We seem to be having a bit more of a chance to go out of late and decided to go to the 'La Braseria' in Swansea. La Bras as its know to locals is a Wine Bar at the bottom end of Swansea's busiest night life street in Wind Street. Parking is easy enough as there is a 'pay and display' parking lot opposite and is only free on a Sunday so be aware. When you enter the door have a look at the display cabinet on your left where there is a vast selection of the more expensive selection of Wine from £30 odd pound up to £250. Too much for me although I love red wine but worth a look. Be warned they do not serve any larger or beer (not ... Read the complete review
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