Discover Restaurants offering the best Welsh food in Old Colwyn, United Kingdom including The Cliffs Bar and Restaurant, Home from Home, Cafe Rayner, The Queens Head, Bistro Bach, Enochs Fish & Chips, George & Dragon, Amelies Restaurant, The Press Room Cafe, The Holland Arms
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4 based on 166 reviews
We offer a range of menus with special deals running daily. Special lunch time menu Monday to Saturday 2 course Â£7.50. Monday and Tuesday night special Menu 2 course Â£10.00. Food is cooked to order and on busy day's a wait may be unavoidable. We have a la
We visited while staying at Waenfechan glamping down the road for my partners birthday. We were greeted by an extremely friendly and helpful lady (unfortunately didnât get her name) who got us our drinks and let us pick a table to sit at. We were made to feel very welcome as soon as we walked in. We both tried the Snowdon larger which was very tasty. We were one of the first in because we arrived bang on 7, however more people started to arrive after us. The food was absolutely amazing, the best meal Iâve had in a long time. I had the liver pate starter and garlic mushroom pasta main and my partner had garlic bread for starter and the beef burger for main. You could tell the food was homemade with lots of love. We went on a Monday which meant we were able to have the special menu, (on Mondays and Tuesdays they have a 2 course for Â£10 or 3 course for Â£15 menu) and we were so so impressed, such good value for money and extremely yummy. The only disappointing thing was that I couldnât fit a dessert in I was that full! Will have to save that for next time.The decor is 17th century style, old but cosy. It was nice to see a very traditional pub and added to the fabulous experience.If youâre looking for amazing food for a very good price this is the place for you. I really recommend visiting this place! Canât wait to return
4 based on 269 reviews
Located right next to Conwy Castle's entrance, there is no denying that it is in prime location and, going past the toilets, one can link up with the store below (entrance is on opposing side of the building, onto the main road).Service was very good, with employees sporting a smile and overall good mood.Food servings were of a generous size but a bit lacking in flavour and, unfortunately, the coffee was slightly burned.
4 based on 494 reviews
We popped in for cream tea last week which was excellent - homemade scone with jam and cream went down a treat after a morning of sightseeing.
4 based on 530 reviews
Called in here for lunch following a visit to the petting farm. Kerry the barmaid, was welcoming and spent time chatting to our 2 year old. Food is very much âpub grubâ with sandwiches, sharing platters, jackets, burger and pub classics. We opted for grilled steak and cheese sandwiches, prawn sandwich and a quinoa and beetroot burger - all hot and all went down well. The baby had the kids menu which was 6 chicken biggest chips and peas for u sees fiver.Food hot, plenty of it, clean tables. Couldnât complain really!
4 based on 599 reviews
This chippy offers table service & it's well worth it. Service was prompt and friendly, There's a great choice on the menu, not just the usual fish in batter. We chose a sharing platter (- fish each and a decent portion of chips between us) and a really good cuppa. The hake was really tasty and moist. Well worth diverting off the A55 for a meal!
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.
4 based on 758 reviews
Just left here now after what can only be described as the best roast I have ever had!Really nice atmosphere and front of house staff were really attentive to. But the beef, wow.. So tender and tasty, cooked to a perfect medium rare and accompanied with that beautiful thick gravy. Was to die for! Huge Yorkshire pudding and crispy, fluffy roasties. The accompanying veg selection was fresh and very tasty.Was nice to be able to see the chef carving the beef through the little hatch, it looked devine.Unfortunately, we saved no room for pudding today but will definitly be back to try that bakewell tart. Thank you againWow, thankyou so much for your fantastic review, this is why we are all passionate here at the Queenshead and love what we do . The team work extremely hard to create the best experience possible and reviews like yours are a testament to all their effort and hard work.I will be passing your wonderful comments on to the team.Once again , thankyou and look forward to seeing you soon.Kind regards Andy and the team
4 based on 187 reviews
Dropped in for a slice of cake while on holiday with the kids. Really great, friendly service and a nice atmosphere. Would recommend.
4 based on 224 reviews
Attended today with 2 friends, busy but found a table in the window. Waitress attended to take drinks order and then returned for food order. Lovely pot of tea with a good sized cup. Food arrived really hot fabulous omelette really filling. Waitress very attentive and helpful, later checked to see all was ok.
4 based on 206 reviews
The Cliffs Bar & Restaurant sits on the hillside above Tan Rallt Holiday Home Park, North Wales. In 2014 we undertook major renovation works to create a modern, light social space where every single table would have a stunning view out across the valley t
We visited here recently with some friends, who were staying on the caravan park. Weâd already seen online that the menu was very different to that when we last visited, so we werenât expecting the same level and quality of food this time.As before, the restaurant is in a spectacular setting, the decor is very nice and, once again we were the only diners there that evening! Thatâs pretty much where the similarities ended.The menu is pretty much pub grub now. Supposedly home cooked, but I think in some cases itâs a slight exaggeration. Meant of the items on the menu were unavailable, due to a delivery not turning up. How many times have I heard that excuse over the years in various establishments? The choice was pretty limited, but we managed to find something that would suit us all. At least we expected it to suit us all. Some of the dishes werenât of a particularly good quality, and of poor execution. I donât think a âchefâ had been anywhere near them!My pate starter was served with ordinary sliced white bread toast and the pate wasnât terribly exciting, and looked as though it had been sliced from a large supermarket slab of pate. My chilli main course had a very unpleasant sweet taste. I couldnât eat it. I declined a dessert. However, when the waitress brought the sweet board across, hardly anything was available anyway.We ordered coffees, but when the waitress brought them over they were all cold. It turned out that the âchefâ had gone home and turned the power in the kitchen off! They were replaced with hot ones, and we werenât charged for them. Overall it wasnât an enjoyable evening. The poor waitress spent much of her time apologising for the shortfalls. She did her best, but sadly there was too much wrong, for us to consider returning.Thank you for taking the time to review your experience at The Cliffs. We are sorry that your meal on this particular evening did not meet your expectations. We assume that the current management was not in charge on your previous visit. The current operators have been in place since September 2017, and in agreement with the park owners, changed the menu to accommodate families and a move towards a more casual dining experience. Many of the items on our main menu are home-made, for example Lasagne, Curries, Chilli Con Carne, Soups and many of the desserts. We would not state on our menus that such items were home-made if they were not (Trading Standards). The day of your visit was immediately prior to the launch of our new menu for 2019, and as such we acknowledge that there were several items missing from the menu offered on the night. As a matter of good customer service, you should have been made aware of the missing items on the menu prior to ordering and the reasons why. The excuse of a failed delivery was not correct and may have been a matter of miscommunication between the chef and our waitress. The pate is one of our most popular starters and bought in pre-portioned from our supplier. It is usually accompanied by toasted baguette slices (another issue related to menu change). You should have been informed about this substitution. The chilli is made to our chef's own recipe but may not be to everybody's taste. It does not appear on our new menu, having been replaced by other new dishes. The new menu, which launched the following evening, featured six home-made and one bought-in dessert (gluten-free chocolate fudge cake), however we realise that these items were not available at the time of your visit. With regard to the coffee problem, our previous coffee machine warmed the cups before service. Our waitress (back for Easter break) had not used the new coffee machine and was unaware that the cups needed to be warmed using hot water before filling. Staff training has now taken care of this issue. In summary, your visit to the Cliffs on this occasion was a bit of a disaster! A combination of errors, the problems arising from a menu transition, and some gaps in staff training. However, if you would reconsider returning and trying The Cliffs again, we would be happy to see you and invite you to have a three course meal with a bottle of wine for four persons on the house. Please contact the restaurant manager on 01492 511633.Thanking you again for your input, we hope to see you soon.
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