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2 Celtic Springs Retail Parade | Lakeside Drive, Coedkernew, Newport, Wales
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Restaurant Details

Location and Contact Information

  • Address: 2 Celtic Springs Retail Parade | Lakeside Drive, Coedkernew, Newport, Wales
  • Location: Europe  >  United Kingdom (UK)  >  Wales  >  South Wales  >  Newport

Price and Cuisine

  • Average Prices: USD 12 - 26
  • Price Range: $ $
  • Cuisine: Italian

Restaurant Characteristics

  • Good for: Doing business

Description

Bácaro is named after the bustling taverns of Venice, they are typically a great meeting place for friends and represent a wonderfully relaxed, convivial and back to basics environment devoid of the pretentious trappings of modern dining. A place where the hectic modern lifestyle can be left far far behind ... whilst in its place ... laughter & merriment, socialising and good times. At a Bácaro guests traditionally enjoy an 'ombretta' (a glass of wine) from simple tumblers with some 'cicheto'. Cicheto is derived from the Latin word 'ciccus meaning 'littlest quantity', and Bácaro is derived from the word 'Bacchus' which is the God of wine and intoxication.