The Mount Stuart

Traditional local pub serving real ale and food

This former dock building was erected in the 1880s and served as the long-time offices of the Mount Stuart Dry Docks Company Ltd. The offices were built alongside Graving Dock No.1, part of Cardiff Docks, built by the Marquesses of Bute. The now-demolished Mount Stuart public house stood just outside the dock gates. Both the dock offices and the pub were named after the Marquesses’ ancestral home on the Isle of Bute.

3 reviews

  1. Poor quality

    Nice place, food looks nice on menu, it was disappointing and under steaks were very under cooked and luke warm.

  2. terrible

    Went there last Thurs we had the worst steaks ever so much gristle and they were raw the chips were different colours some hot some warm terrible experience

  3. Track n trace very good..but once sat outside… waited 20mintes for a waiter.. wasn’t busy… waiter’s getting order’s mixed up on other table’s we got up and left…staff didn’t even smile… won’t be going back again..???? Even the seagulls were fed up of waiting …

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Stuart Place
Cardiff CF10 Wales GB
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Opening Times Monday - Thursday 08:00 - 00:00 Friday 08:00 - 01:00 Saturday 08:00 - 01:00 Sunday 08:00 - 00:00 *Please note: actual opening hours are subject to change. For confirmation, please contact the pub.