Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Rhyl including Faenol Fawr Restaurant, Ffordd Derwen, The Millbank Inn Indian Restaurant, Cob & Pen, Ty Fry Inn, The Royal Oak, Front Room and Late Lounge, Rhyl Rugby Club, The Swan Inn, Kite Surf Cafe
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Walking along the prom on Friday evening and came accross this little gem. Bustling with people having drinks, coffee, pizza while the sun went down. Such a relaxed atmosphere. Even dogs wandering around while owners chatted with friends they had bumped into. A great boost for Rhyl.
4 based on 20 reviews
A lovely traditional pub which provides great beers.The food is absolutely spot on.This pub has been neglected for the last few months but the new husband and wife landlords have brought it back to life.I highly recommend the Swan. What a nice little gem.
We are open daily from 9am, serving breakfasts along with a lunch menu. We serve a Carvery on Sundays.
After hearing good reports about the clubs Sunday lunch we thought we would give it a go. Tried to find out a little more information via their website, but that was less than helpful - so perhaps that needs looking at.However, the Sunday lunch was really nice, the beef was so tender, and there was a good selection of veg, plus stuffing, gravy and a Yorkshire pudding, all was piping hot. You can have a slice of each meat on offer, then it's help yourself to the rest. The venue was clean and warm inside, and as we live very close will definitely be returning. Staff were very pleasant, and for Â£7.50 was excellent value.LottyWales, thank you for taking the time to leave us a review! We take on board the feedback regarding the website and will ensure that we make some changes to help promote what we offer at the club better. It's been a busy period getting everything up and running and value feedback. We're extremely proud of the carvery and do get lots of positive feedback regarding quality and value. Hope to see you returning soon :)
4 based on 101 reviews
Front Room is a lovely modern and stylish bar / restaurant. Specialising in Traditional Homemade Food and Carvery food which is served daily. Breakfasts are available from 10.30Am every day. It is family orientated with a separate menu for children, high
Popped in to watch the boxing. The base from the music upstairs was so loud that it was vibrating through the ceiling downstairs and made for a terrible atmosphere. The venue was dead with literally only a few people. Toilets are dirty and smelly. Whilst talking to a friend about the boxing I was shocked to see the owner of the venue verbally and extremely aggressively shout at and lunge towards a female member of staff. What seemed to be his friend, stepped in to try to stop him. However, he did not stop shouting at the top of his voice and we genuinely thought he was going to physically attack her. It was very shocking, he appeared to have been drinking and seemed totally out of control. We left pretty quickly after this and would never go back to such a volatile establishment with an owner who behaves in such a way towards women.Hi '32941', This matter has been taken to the police due to the incident that happened within the bar and the female member of staff turning aggressive. If you would like to discuss this further please email on [email protected] regards,Danielle
4 based on 21 reviews
We found this hidden gem on the back streets of Rhyl, and what a find. The landlord Tiny is very welcoming, the regulars are all friendly and the cook Donna makes the best home cooked food I think in North Wales. It is really reasonably priced and the portions are excellent. We loved it so much we went to the steak night which is every Friday, then went back for Sunday dinner which she does as in a carvary style. There is a good choice of beers on draft and It also welcomes dogs. This is a great little hide away that we will certainly be returning to.
4 based on 100 reviews
A traditional Welsh country community pub, serving a great choice of beers, wines and freshly prepared food to order. Relax in our lounge or join us in the bar for sports tv, darts, pool or music.
Iâve read the reviews for this pub before we came which helped us pick where we would stay. What a shock we got - we have a dog so could only use the public bar so had to sit with the local drunk/drug addict who continuously used the F and C word. Food and drink average and I cannot say how disappointing it was. Thankfully we found somewhere else even though we paid for a taxi each way. Nothing would make us go back there. If I could give it a zero I would.Firstly may I say thank you for the Review as we welcome them good or bad,But I must point out that the majority of Food Businesses "Do Not" allow animals due to health & Hygiene, so we allow them in the public Bar And to my amazement you seemed to have got yourself acquainted with the locals so much so that you know they are the local Drunks and that you have also pointed out about Drug addicts, Well unless you personally watched these so called drug addicts take drugs Who are you to Judge others on their appearance and as for our beverages & Food its your typical Pub Grub Menu thats to be expected from a village pub as its not a gordan ramsay restaurant in the city. Its very sad to see such a negative review putting down a local business due to no fault of their own!...Again we welcome all reviews and listen to suggestions, but in this case I find nothing of Use to the business to help us moved forward. Kind regards Dan
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We were here on a Thursday when a pint of real ale is just Â£2.50! Even on other days it is only Â£3. Beer was superbly kept and we sampled a few different ales. Great beer garden which we used as we had our dog. Would love it if an area inside could be made dog friendly just in case the weather was not good. On this occasion it was boiling and a real sun trap.
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4 based on 45 reviews
A traditional pub serving Authentic Indian Cuisine. Big Screen Sports, Pool and Darts. Sizzling Mixed Grills, Special Offers, Cocktails, Fish Fridays, Cask ales, Gin Bar
Depends what youâre looking for. We went for a meal on an early Saturday evening and it was already quite full with people who had been watching the rugby/cricket/football and noisy. Although there is technically a separate dining area, you can hear the noise from the bar area very clearly and it was difficult to have a conversation.The food and drink are very reasonable. The menu isnât extensive and the food was ok. The chips were cold and the wine warm and Iâve had better curries but it was good value for the price. They also got our order wrong and thereâs no table service.Felt quite sorry for the lady running the place who was doing her best in difficult circumstances and was very friendly and helpful. We went early and it was already very lively so suspect itâs even more so as the evening goes on and all the signs round the pub about people behaving themselves and being able to take their drink seemed to bear that out.Not for us as we we were after a quieter meal, but, as I say, good for a curry after a few pints no doubt!Hi wowfactor. Thanks for your review. As you mentioned "basically a pub that serves curry" that is exactly what we market ourselves as.We don't over an overly extensive menu simply for the fact that it is easier to read two pages and decide what to eat as opposed to reading an encyclopedia.We also don't have people working all day every day as trade doesn't require us to do so. We are aptly staffed as and when required(especially weekends).Table service isn't something you find in most pubs serving food up and down the country so this isn't out of the ordinary.Nevertheless, thanks for your review and we hope you'll try us again in the future.
4 based on 209 reviews
A varied menu catering for all tastes with daily offers and a great variety of daily specials.
Came in with a friend on a Friday night. It was quite busy. We ordered the 3 grazers for Â£10 and they were yummy. The chef Kyle was really quick to send them out and we enjoyed every last bit of them. It was enough for the two of us with a bottle of Prossecco which was only Â£9.95 on a Friday. The bar staff were great and welcoming. Chloe really looked after us. Will definitely be dining again! Hello Katie d Thank you so much for your valued feedback, we really do try hard go the extra mile to ensure that all our guests leave happy. I will ensure that all the team are made aware of your comments. Thanks again for your contribution to our business. See you again soon. Graham
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4 based on 112 reviews
I visited as one of a party of over 30, for voting our Christmas office lunch.They had plenty of advance notice of s vegan (me) attending, and did pretty well, generally. Starter was mushrooms in Dundee sorry of sauce, main course a lovely nut roast and all the veggies.The odd but was they said in advance that, if I took my own vegan Christmas pudding, they would heat it up for me. So I did and they nuked it! Bizarre to think that a place of this standing court source a vegan Christmas pudding - I popped down Asda! I gifted the rest of it to their other customers. :o)Very friendly and efficient staff, very nice surroundings.
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