Reviews on Welsh food in Trearddur Bay, United Kingdom including Catch 22 Brasserie, The White Eagle, The Harbourfront Bistro, Toll House, The Beach Hut Holyhead Cafe and Bistro, Chalkie's Cafe & Cakes, Bull Hotel Restaurant, Wavecrest Cafe, Spinnakers, Sandy's Bar and Bistro
Things to do in Trearddur Bay
4 based on 387 reviews
Contemporary, candlelit Bistro in the centre of Rhosneigr. We specialise in local seafood and award winning Welsh Beef and Anglesey LambOur Head Chef Adrian Saich was voted 'Seafood Chef of the Year' and holds the prestigious Wales Tourist Board 'Gold Awa
Visited Sandyâs tonight, first time since the change of ownership. Regular diners when on hols so we were a bit worried as to if it would still be as good. Pleasantly surprised! Food excellent, huge portions (unlike across the road at the pretentious establishment) and lovely food. Lamb tender, seafood linguine beautiful and the sauce on the moules starter beautiful. Keep up the good work. We were made to feel very welcome and looked after very well. See you again soon xx
We are in here twice while stuck in Holyhead with a boat, awaiting a weather window.The service was attentive, the food was homemade and very tasty.I felt value for money was excellent.The only negative was that all drinka had to be purchased separately from the bar downstairs.The best restaurant I found during my time in Holyhead.
5 based on 452 reviews
We are a Family run beach cafe passionate about making good honest homemade food !
Stop here often as only live up the road we settled down outside placed our order and I couldnât wait for the Bakewell Tart and he Bara Brith Fruit Cake. What can I say other Then superb . The other food also received good praises and in true strictly style TENNNNNN Of course we will be back look forward to popping in after our walks on the beach staff very friendly and smiley. Seb our dog also enjoyed his doggy ice cream and cannot wait for his next visit
3 based on 123 reviews
Wow, just had an excellent Sunday lunch here.Beautifully tender lamb and beef and plenty of hot fresh vegetables. The cauliflower cheese was so good, a meal in itself!The chef was friendly and chatty and obviously proud of the food. The waiting staff were attentive and quick to clean tables as they were vacated.Will definitely eat here again.
visit the cafe at least 3 times a week, very friendly and helpful staff, food is fantastic my favourite is the bacon and cheese hotdog with carrot cake for when I'm done, always amazing cakes on display. the takeaway menu is great and the puddings are to die for especially the cheesecakes.
5 based on 47 reviews
Open throughout the day from Wednesday to Sunday, the Beach Hut's cafÃ© offers a wide range of tempting dishes to suit all tastes, all made from the very best local produce. From traditional cooked breakfasts to lunchtime treats such as Welsh Rarebit and a
After driving around Holyhead for somewhere to eat breakfast, we stumbled across The Beach Hut. The food was absolutely delicious; my husband and I both had a full English/Welsh and our children had egg on toast and a mini breakfast. The owner Jason was so accommodating and looked after us all so well.Huge coffees... which were much needed and appreciated!! Service from all staff was superb and such a happy and chilled out place to be. We will be back, not only for breakfast but for a stay over in the Beach hut B & B before we head over to Ireland. Thank you for our lovely additions to our new kitchen! The Maudsleys Heidi, Andrew, Harry and Orlah Xx
4 based on 110 reviews
A quaint little Tea Rooms with the best views. Fantastic freshly prepared meals and Fab cakes. A variety of cakes and of course Afternoon Teas, Welsh Teas and Cream Teas.
I am lucky enough to live locally and the Toll House aka 'Coffee Cups' is always a treat after a long walk around the Penrhos Nature Reserve. The food is home made simplicity at it's best, cooked from fresh, and the coffee and cakes are to die for. You can squeeze into the cosy parlour or sit outside in the garden where there are dog bowls and toys for small children to play with. Carole and her team are always warm and friendly.
4 based on 575 reviews
Fabulous little place with lovely views. We had the delicious, freshly cooked, light bite cod and chips, which was just a big enough portion for lunchtime. The food coming out of the kitchen to other tables looked pretty impressive too. Will definitely return if we are in the area again.
4 based on 2080 reviews
We booked for 5.30pm because we had a young child with us (4years old). I offered to leave my debit card behind the bill but they declined.We were pointed to our table then NOTHING... no-one came to ask us anything!.... for ages!Eventually we had to find our own menus then ask to order drinks. The food took until 6.55pm to be brought to the table.We were all starving by then. We finally ordered deserts at 7.30pm after no-one asked for our order and we had to go to the bar to ask to order desserts. Without apology or explanation (again)the puddings hadnât arrived 25 mins later and our smallest person had run out of patience (wch is why we booked to eat SO early!) Absolutely disgusted we left.NEVER will we return!Appalling service.Food quite nice but NOT worth that wait!!Going to the White Eagle was once an outing to look forward to, that has never disappointed but tonight was a complete aberration of what they used to be and frankly an embarrassment as weâd taken a guest after telling them how great the White Eagle was but the whole evening was absurd!Hi Thank you for your review. I`m really sorry to hear you had a poor experience. when you visited yesterday . Your feed back is really important to us and i`ll make sure the team see your comments and we will action accordingly.
4 based on 674 reviews
Situated in Valley on Anglesey, Catch 22 Brasserie is a contemporary and casual family run restaurant, driven by a passion for good food and hospitality. Our menu changes with the seasons and focuses on using the finest ingredients, working with local pro
First time visiting, not sure about a return visit. Lovely decor, service average but staff friendly. Good selection menu, but very overpriced. Simple tweaks would go along way to justify cost.. soda bread was from a sliced loaf and not great. Â£4 for four slices of packet bread and mixed oil and balsamic!!! Homemade or chunks of loaf would have been better for taste and presentation and oil and balsamic separate. Garnish on all meals would have helped , especially desert. Restaurant has lots of potential.. succulent plant on table... they do great artificial ones in IKEA. Happy to pay these prices if a little more effort into plate presentation.
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