Wales is renowned for its food offer to the world. Well in our corner of North East Wales their are some stunning places for you to eat and dine whilst to travel through our corner of North Wales. From seafood to family friendly food our area caters for all tastes.
Tyddyn Llan is considered one of Wales’ finest restaurants with a high rating in the Good Food Guide, and Good Hotel Guide, a Michelin Star (since 2010), and former ‘True Taste North Wales’ Restaurant of the Year. It’s Welsh produce as much as possible, but the menu still demands more, be it diver-caught scallops from Scotland, Somerset smoked eel, Buffalo Mozzarella from Naples, Wyndham Farm chicken. Tyddyn Llan is that fine dining experience that we all crave once in a while and set within the stunning Dee Valley and Corwen area, you can enjoy an after meal walk to burn of the fine food.
A contemporary and stylish first floor restaurant and bar located on the waterfront at the Pavilion Theatre in Rhyl. 1891 restaurant and bar is situated on the first floor of Rhyl Pavilion Theatre, with breath-taking views of the North Wales coast, across to Snowdonia and beyond. They offer a unique blend of exceptional, locally sourced food and great service – all in the comfort of a contemporary and stylish new restaurant and bar. Whether you would like a relaxing drink, a long lingering dinner, a pre-theatre meal or a quick lunch, 1891 has something for everyone.
Nestled on the banks of the River Dee in the picturesque village of Bangor on Dee, North Wales, the Royal Oak offers excellent quality of food, it boasts this unique riverside setting with a warm and friendly welcome which all combine to make it a cut above the average village pub. Inside is cheerful and contemporary with cosy armchairs and log burning fires as well as plenty of space for diners. Outside there is terracing providing an idyllic setting on a sunny day, where you can enjoy a meal, coffee, glass of wine or pint and just listen to the gentle rippling of the water and watch the world go by.
Set within the heart of Pontblyddyn near Mold the Druid Inn is the perfect cosy, feel good Inn filled with good food and lovely atmosphere. It is a fusion of a old fashioned pub with the most modern of food that Britain has to offer. The warmth of the wooden beamed interior is matched with the warm welcome that you will receive from the staff. And not forgetting the food from standard local food to the Sunday roasts that are available each Sunday you’ll be sure to feel full and not needing food for a while after being at the Druid Inn.
Delicious food, with a large menu featuring lots of fresh, locally sourced and seasonal ingredients that what awaits you at the Fat Boar. With an excellent selection of ales and wines, with something to enjoy whether you’re a connoisseur or just in need of a cold glass of something after a long day. With a service which can’t be rivalled or beaten. And sometimes there will be a dusting of live music from the local talent that is in the area, making the atmosphere even better.