Caffe Bracchi is now open at Rhondda Heritage Park, celebrating the impact the Italian community has had on South Wales for over 100 years.
The new Italian-style Caffe Bracchi forms part of the Council’s major investment at Rhondda Heritage Park, helping to re-establish it as a key Valleys’ family tourist attraction.
Caffe Bracchi, which is open daily, recognises and celebrates the impact of the Italian community across the County Borough since they left their homes in Bardi and surrounding areas at the turn of the 20th Century.
Many moved to the South Wales Valleys as part of the industrial boom, capitalising on the coal and iron industry and the close-knit communities that sprung up around the collieries and ironworks.
Caffe Bracchi, situated on the ground floor of Rhondda Heritage Park, sells both Welsh and Italian cuisine and provides the perfect Italian atmosphere for visitors to Rhondda Heritage Park.