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Enter The Dragon

Advantages: Top DJ's, excellent residents, link up with top clubs, great venue
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...Formerly Astoria, Vision 2K has really put Cardiff on the clubbing Map since its launch in February 2000. Paul oakenfold was there at the beginning and the Friday night Enter The Dragon Night promoted largely by resident DJ Jimpy has dragged in the best D ...

martynlong22 23.09.2000 ˇ Read full review
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Review of Enter The Dragon @ - Vision 2K, Cardiff

Enter a new Era

Advantages: Top DJ's every week
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The Enter The Dragon team have really put Cardiff clubbing on the map with this weekly stint at Vision 2K. With resident Jimpy joined by monthly residents John '00'Flemming and Mr. Radio 1 Dave Pearce and a host of big name DJ's every week,ETD is easily ...

PlanetPerfecto 27.09.2000 ˇ Read full review

Review of Enter The Dragon @ - Vision 2K, Cardiff

The mighty dragon

Advantages: Great club
Disadvantages:

...The nightclub formerly known as Astoria, Asylum, Forum, Apocalypse has been refurbished and renamed for 2000 as Vision 2K. Enter the Dragon is a new dance music night at the Vision 2K nightclub on Queen Street. It is promoted by DJ Jimpy and Andy Wheeler ...

dan7hughes 24.09.2000 ˇ Read full review
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Review of Enter The Dragon @ - Vision 2K, Cardiff

Le Monde

Advantages: Quality, selection of food and drinks.
Disadvantages: Perhaps the stairs.

Le Monde is situated in the heart of Cardiff City Centre close to the Central Station on St. Mary Street. A long flight of stairs takes you to the first floor where you will find this dimly lit restaurant called Le Monde. Owned by Martin Martinez ...

Suziwann 07.06.2004 ˇ Read full review
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Review of Le Monde, Cardiff

Favourite Fish

Advantages: Good food, 'unique' atmosphere
Disadvantages: Fish only, no table reservation

Located in St Mary's Street (no 61) behind a fairly bland facade. You climb a flight of wooden stairs from street level - the stairs are sprinkled with fresh sawdust, just to create "atmosphere". The restaurant is spacious and has a fairly low level of ...

normski50 29.09.2000 ˇ Read full review
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Review of Le Monde, Cardiff