Find out what British restaurants to try in Llandudno. Walk or take the tram to the summit of the Great Orme—you’ll be rewarded with a splendid view of Llandudno, a popular seaside resort in Wales. (Just take a jacket. It can be chilly up there.) On your way up, stop at the Great Orme Copper Mine for a fascinating look at how copper was mined 3,000 years ago.
4 based on 4184 reviews
Traditional Pub,Child Friendly,Serving Food All Day,Real Ale,Log Fire,Reservations by Phone or Online
This is not a pub but more a restaurant. Very little interest shown if a customer just wants drinks.The beer was expensive and my husband was overcharged by Â£1.15 for a simple order of a pint and a half. This was refunded but not very readily and with barely an apology. We will not return.
4 based on 240 reviews
Had dinner at the Poolside Restaurant on the advice of a friend,whilst holidaying in Llandudno. First impression of hotel was an elegant venue from a bygone era that had grown tired. A very casually dressed receptionist ( wearing trainers),agreed to ascertain that we could dine, not having booked, and confirmed that it would be ok! We were passed to an equally casually dressed waitress ( in leggings and trainers) ! We said we would take an aperitif in the bar before dinner and did so asking to add the drinks to the restaurant bill, to be told " you will have to pay separately, it's a different department" - really, in a 4* hotel !We chose the fixed price menu for dinner,which represented good value.to include wine and coffee. Food items were low food cost ( as expected) but looked attractive. A carrot and parsnip soup was well presented,good consistency and colourful but totally tasteless and lacking in seasoning. Main courses, an excellent lamb shank, well cooked decorated and presented and an " interesting" experience with a rib eye steak. we recommend,due to the nature of this cut( read the menu description) that you have your steak cooked at least to medium,that suited me fine and medium was agreed on. The steak arrived with a separate peppercorn sauce, nicely cooked vegetables and looked good BUT it was very rare and tough and the peppercorn sauce thin( not coating,) and tasteless with no peppercorn bite !I raised this with the waitress,who replied ," yes,it does seem odd for the steak,when we recommend otherwise," ! She had the problem corrected, the steak was then fine,but the sauce unaltered.there was no attempt at explanation from the kitchen and no offer of any means of recovery of the kitchen position.Desserts,-- stewed plums and ice cream would be difficult to ruin and was ok, tirimisu was nice and tasty ,but not enough trifle base and way too much whipped cream.All in all a good value meal, but standard so much poorer than I was led to expect from a quality hotel kitchen. A very pleasant young waitress,but lacking polish and professionalism and customer focused skills.From a " one off" experience,a hotel caught in a Time Warp and living on past reputation. I will return to give it another chance, but need convincing.
4 based on 223 reviews
Me and my girlfriend visited Kava Cafe last week whilst in Llandudno on holiday. I had the continental breakfast whilst my girlfriend had scrambled eggs on toast. My girlfriend did comment that the scrambled eggs on toast were excellent and made very well so props for that. My continental breakfast was also delicious and I loved having honey to go with the croissant or even the toast if I wished (for clarity, the continental breakfast contains a croissant, toast, a hard boiled egg, jam, honey, cucumber and tomato). The food was excellent overall, although I will say I felt like service was slightly slow. It wasn't painful, but I felt it could've been a little quicker.4 out of 5 from me and I would come back again.
4 based on 404 reviews
We stopped for an early dinner. The place was quite busy with many reserved tables, but we found a nice table. The server was pleasant and the food selection was standard pub fare. The overall meal was fine.Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review. I'm pleased we were able to accommodate & you enjoyed your food. Thanks again Colin, Luke & all the team :-)
4 based on 281 reviews
There is nothing indulgent about this place, its not even a good cafe.Old tired decor, food very poor, service, ok I suppose.Chicken ham and leek home made pie, that was a joke, two minute pieces of ham, tiny bits of chicken with a generous portion of leeks in a sauce of some kind, pastry was ok.On the whole, edible but not worthy of being called indulgence.Dear Hiker 8869,Thank you for visiting Indulgence Cafe although I am disappointed that the meal did not seem to meet your expectations. The cafe is family run and is very popular with, and highly regarded by, locals and tourists alike so it is very unusual for anyone to be dissatisfied with our food including the chicken, ham and leek pie which is a favourite on our specials menu. I note from your reviews of other establishments that you frequently give poor ratings to places which most people regard to be good or better. May I suggest that, in future, if you really believe something is wrong with your food, you raise this with the staff who, in any reputable establishment, will do their best to rectify the issue(s) thereby ensuring that you are satisfied and the cafes or restaurants avoid unrepresentative poor reviews.
4 based on 630 reviews
I went here with family and the food was delish - its tapas style and plenty of options, the food was fast and hot and really tasty. The staff were great, attentive but not pushy and it was nice and clean and calm. If you go check out the picture in the ladies toilet - it gave my auntie a laugh :)
4 based on 2529 reviews
We have been here several times before but felt the need to re review.We hadn't booked but managed to get a table, the whole experience from the service to the food was faultless. I had the garlic mushrooms to start followed by a pork steak, my husband had the Pate followed by a burger.Good size portions, excellent tasting food and great value for money.
4 based on 252 reviews
A small intimate setting for long lunches and evening dining. Under new management as of the 3rd December 2014. Now run and owned by local chef.
Faultless, fabulous quality very well prepared cuisine, not just cooking. Great service, nice atmosphere with room between the tables. Leave room for dessert and hope there is a chowder on. Lovely, relaxed and deserving of #1 in Llandudno.
5 based on 129 reviews
We live just up the road and had read the great reviews so decided to go for brunch.We arrived just after noon so not surprisingly they had finished serving breakfast.We settled for a well done bacon sandwich...with mushrooms (she's fussy!) And home made soup and a sandwich. On...er was it brown or granary bread?The waitress had a laugh over which bread it was, her friendly attitude added greatly to the experience. The food was lovely and exactly as described.The Rarebit on the next table looked even better. Keep up the good work, we'll be back for breakfast next time
5 based on 1482 reviews
We serve high standard, home cooked food, in a modern relaxed bistro atmosphere. We're open Wednesday - Sunday, from 12 noon.
What a find this place is. I'm already looking forward to my next visit to North Wales so I can come again. Welsh Dragon pate was beautifully spicy and the Steak and Mushroom Stroganoff was superb. My husband said it was one of the best steaks he had eaten. Not sure if I can manage a pudding but maybe one between the three of us would work. Oh, and did I mention the excellent service.....Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review, Delighted to read you enjoyed your meals. We have a fantastic team in the kitchen & our front of house team work so hard too. We hope to welcome you back soon to sample more of the menu choices. Thanks again. Chef Mik, Mike, Barry & all the team :-)
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