Mynydd Ednyfed Restaurant
- Welsh Traditional in Criccieth Gwynedd
- phone: 01766 523269
Our restaurant is open to both residents and non-residents, where you can enjoy home-made dishes using local produce from our a la carte menu.
Our fully stocked bar and extensive wine list awaits your sampling!
Tyn-y-Coed Inn Food
- Welsh Traditional in Capel Curig Conwy
- phone: 01690 720331
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There is always a warm welcome at the Tynni from your hosts, Mark, Helen, George & Jayne and our staff. The same menu and daily specials are served throughout the ground floor, giving a choice of a traditional pub atmosphere in our several bar rooms in the older part of the building, or a more contemporary café-bar feel in two rooms in the newer part.
- in BETWS-Y-COED Conwy
- phone: 01690 710328 (bookings/archebu)
We serve a seasonal Welsh menu including variations on traditional recepies, as well as our own modern dishes using suppliers of produce from the Conwy Valley and surrounding area.
Lamb, wild pigeon ,and local meat from local butchers.Fish from the River Conwy and estuary.
Meat : J Williams Co Denbigh/Metcalfe Llanrwst. Veal :Barcut,Llangernyw
Fish :Mermaids, Llandudno
Fruit & Vegetables :D.LClampitt, Llanrwst
Wine : Majestic Wines, Bangor
Local Ales : Great Orme Brewery & Bragdyr Nant, Llanrwst
Daily Specials board.
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- British Traditional in Colwyn Bay Conwy
- phone: 01492 532726
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The Toad (formerly known as the Toad Hall Inn) is situated in a prime location on the Colwyn Bay promenade.
Bridge Restaurant and Bar 1815
- British Traditional in Betws-y-Coed Conwy
- phone: 01690 710411
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Opened April 2012 the Bridge Restaurant is a fantastic venue for dining, functions and weddings.
Conference facilities are also available in the Cabinet room.
Our menu has a dedicated emphasis on local seasonal produce.
We work closely with local suppliers to ensure we deliver you the freshest quality ingredients on the plate. Our meat is supplied by O.E. Metcalfes of Llanrwst who have won numerous awards for the quality of their products. Look out for our specials board aswel which carries on the local and fresh theme....
- Chinese in Betws-y-Coed Conwy
- phone: 01690 710334
The Dragon Hotel offers excellent food and wine that are both local and foreign with
our staff who are always friendly and welcoming. In both the Restaurant and the Bar visitors can enjoy a variety of dishes offered in our Al a Carte Menu and specials board. Also available is our Banquet for two persons or more.
Eating at the Elen's Castle Hotel
- Welsh Traditional in Dolwyddelan Conwy
- phone: 01690 750207
Winners of the Rural Conwy Business Eating Out Award 2013 (for promoting local produce), recommended in the AA pub guide and members of the Times Eating Out club.
This historic coaching inn boasts the award-winning Siabod Restaurant, named after the mountain Moel Siabod which is 872m or 2861 feet high and rises from the beautiful castle village of Dolwyddelan just 5 miles from Betws-y-Coed. The bar-lounge, main restaurant and the Garden Room enjoy stunningly beautiful views over the Lledr river and valley.
The Cherry Pie Inn
- British Traditional in Nr Mold Flintshire
- phone: 01352 741279
The Cherry Pie Inn with restaurant, wine bar and riverside patio is situated on the A541 road in the tiny hamlet of Melin-y-Wern, mid way between the market towns of Mold and Denbigh, North Wales, U.K.
LLE HARI restaurant in Llanrwst
- British Traditional in Llanrwst Conwy
- phone: 01492 642 111
Popular with locals and visitors alike, LLE HARI restaurant in Llanrwst at The Meadowsweet Hotel serves homemade food with classic American service
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Tu Hwnt I'r Bont
- Welsh Traditional in Llanrwst Conwy
- phone: 01492 642322
Tu Hwnt Ir Bont is a unique award winning tearooms and restaurant situated on the west bank of the river Conwy beside the famous Inigo Jones Bridge in the picturesque market town of Llanrwst, at the gate way to Snowdonia.