Ffwrnes are two Llanelli boys who've kicked up a storm in the capital thanks to their creatively crafted, hand-thrown Neapolitan pizza. Its traditional stuff (not a rolling pin in sight) with a strong nod to Welsh heritage. Try the Jiawl Bach, a fired-up Diavola using Trealy Farm spicy salami, and you'll know what we mean.
Owners Jeremy and Ieuan travel to and fro Cardiff's foodie events and pop-ups serving pretty-much-perfect wood-fired pizza from Smokey Pete (Ffwrnes' charming three-wheeled Piaggio Van). Homemade dough, San Marzano DOP tomatoes and some of the finest Welsh toppings are par for the course here: Ffwrnes scour the length and breadth of the country to bring Wales' tastiest tidbits to the 'Diff's pizza appassionati, and they've rightly cultivated something of a cult foodie following. Expect queues of hungry people materialising wherever they happen to pitch up.
Already loved in Llanelli and craved in Cardiff, slice seekers further afield have started taking notice, too. Recently voted one of Wales' Top 3 purveyors of Pizza, Wriggle has a hunch that Ffwrnes are destined for all things big and all things tasty.
|Ffwrnes' opening times depend on their schedule of pop-up and street food events. Check their social media for more info.|