The Bay Brasserie,
overlooking the extraordinary Swansea Bay is the newest restaurant
in the charming Gower village of Mumbles.
The eclectic decor,
reflecting our location at the seaside, with the added passion
for a warm welcome to our guests, delivers the thought you
could be dining on the Mediterranean Islands.
The centre of
The Bay Brasserie action is the kitchen, with our Chef’s cooking
with gusto and theatre to create a great eating experience.
Our fresh food display
is always brimming with prime cuts of meat, game and the freshest
of fish. Including seasonally, delicious Gower Salt Marsh Lamb,
the finest local Beef, the world renowned Penclawdd Marsh Cockles
and Laver bread, local Lobsters, Dressed Crab and other Shellfish
we believe nothing beats simple cooking using perfect ingredients.
Mediterranean style food, prepared using only the freshest
and finest ingredients. The Bay Brasserie offers an extensive
selection of seasonal seafood. Quality is the byword in our
mind. All our meat, game and fish are sourced daily, from reputable
At Lunch you can select from our
chef's special two course menu or our extensive à la carte menu,
with daily changes.
Why not sample our huge selection of fine wines
and enjoy alfresco dining on our garden terrace, stunning when
lit at night.
The Bay Brasserie also offers a fantastic choice
for Sunday Lunch with traditional Sunday Roast to something a
bit more flamboyant for those guests who prefer something different.
Children are welcome anytime but please be advised we do not
have high chair facilities. Your eyes will dazzle with our vast
display of local and exotic seafood, priced by weight.
include Sea Bass baked in Rock Salt, whole Dover and Lemon Sole
and succulent Tiger Prawns served sizzling in garlic. If fish
is not your first choice, you can choose from finest meat and
game. As well as an impressive range of Aylesbury Duck, Welsh
Lamb and local Poultry. Daily Vegetarian dishes and a vast salad
choice will satisfy all you dining needs
We look forward to welcoming
you to The Bay Brasserie.