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Canton Cross
  • Food Served All Day
  • Sunday Lunch
  • Karaoke
  • Darts
  • Poker
  • Disco
  • Sky Sports
  • Quiz Nights
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • And much more ...

    Opening Times :
    12:00pm - 11:00pm


  • Canton Cross

    Now Showing Sky Sports.
    Watch live football, rugby, cricket, whatever is on, we can show it.

    We serve home cooked food during the day for all the family 7 days a week. Visit the menu page to view our current delicious menu but we have a new menu coming soon with some fantastic new additions, watch this space for details. We also have the daily specials, plus the 2 meals for £8 offer. Why not take advantage of our 2 for £9 Sunday Lunch offer? Go to the menu page for the full listing.


    We are just 5 minutes from the Millenium Stadium. Go to the Location page for further details on getting the The Canton Cross.

    As well as your usual favourite beers and lagers, we also sell tea and coffee.

    During the evenings, we have various events including poker every Monday, karaoke on Sundays and discos on Friday and Saturday nights.

    Full details can be found on the menu and events pages.

    Other attractions include quiz nights, the pop quiz plus look out for the special Poker & darts nights.

    So why not pop in for a meal, a quiet pint, game of poker or test your knowledge at our quiz nights.

    Cardiff City badgeChildren & Away Team Friendly

    Situated within walking distance of The Cardiff City Stadium, we have many regulars that support the club. We're a very friendly bunch who welcome fans from opposing teams, including those with children.

    We also have free Wi-fi available to all our customers - powered by The Cloud.

    Trivia :
    In Leckwith Road was The Canton Cross Vaults, the oldest pub in the Canton area of Cardiff.
    In the entrance yard were three very fine chestnut trees. They grew so big they had to be cut down. Now in the Smoke Room used to collect a lot of old joshers who used to argue about the way the Boer War was being conducted by Lord Roberts and General Buller. Hot arguments took place so the other customers named the room "The War Office". Later on the pub itself was called by the nickname.