One of Cardiff’s newest restaurants, Bistrot Pierre, is offering readers the chance to win a meal for 4 and enjoy a real taste of France in its stylish restaurant on Caroline Street in The Old Brewery Quarter.

“The Cardiff Bistrot Pierre is our newest bistrot and represents everything we stand for," said co-founder, Robert Beacham. "A meal at Bistrot Pierre captures the French love and culture of food giving our customers a taste of the romance of France in quality French surroundings. All our food is freshly prepared on site using provincial ingredients just like you would find in any bistrot across the channel.”

Freshly prepared French bistrot food such as honey-glazed goats’ cheese on toasted brioche; steak-frites; boeuf braisé or French style bread and butter pudding are regularly on the menu. A three-course lunch costs £12.95 (two courses: £10.95) and the Bistrot also hosts Soirée Gastronomique evenings, on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month, that include six courses for £22.95. Dine with Wine evenings, on the first and third Wednesday of every month, cost £22.95 for two courses or £27.95 for three, and are paired with a different wine at each course. Visit for further information. We have a meal for 4 up for grabs. (Offer to be redeemed before 31st July 2014). To be in with a chance of winning, just tell on which Cardiff street you will find Bistrot Pierre. Send your answer, name, address and contact details on a postcard to Bistrot Pierre Competition, Editor’s PA, South Wales Argus, Cardiff Road, Newport, NP20 3QN or you can enter by text. Start your message with BISTROT, leave a space and then send your answer, name and address to 80360. Messages cost 50p plus your normal operator text charge. Service provided by Newsquest Media Group. Terms and Conditions at date: 30th April.