A new contemporary Restaurant & Bar – Silures – is set to open its doors to the public next month in Cardiff.

Created and executed by the industry experts behind some of London’s most prestigious venues such as Savoy Grill by Gordon Ramsay, Galvin Bar & Grill and The Coral Room, Silures is the flagship venue for Andrei Maxim and Daf Andrews of the newly founded A&M Hospitality Group.

The new venue will offer Modern European cuisine and a signature cocktail menu at the former site of Cameo Club, on Wellfield Road from Friday 19th May.

Executive Head Chef, Byron Moussouris, joins Silures following five years at acclaimed hotel The Bloomsbury, and four years at The Marylebone as Head Chef prior. Born and bred in South Africa, Chef Byron was classically trained in some of the top restaurants and hotels in Cape Town, and is set to bring a wealth of culinary experience to the new Roath venue.

Of what diners can expect from Silures, co-owner Daf Andrews said: “Silures will be high end, high quality but completely accessible at the same time. There will be something for everyone, whether you’re visiting post dog-walk for a cocktail on our terrace or celebrating your 25th wedding anniversary. Whilst the restaurant provides all-day dining featuring a range of classic and signature dishes, the bar will be driven by crafted cocktails, premium wines and draught beer.

“It’s a homecoming for myself and a new home for Andrei. We’re looking forward to bringing a sense of Silures to Roath and are thrilled to open next month in Cardiff.”