Reviews on Welsh food in Anglesey, United Kingdom. Prehistoric stone markers and monuments dot the landscape of the Isle of Anglesey, serving as stately beacons to visitors. The beaches of Rhosneigr are great for surfing, fishing and diving. The dunes and pebbly shores of Broad Beach span from the village all the way to the Barclodiad y Gawres neolithinc burial chamber. Hauntingly beautiful Beaumaris Gaol will give you chills. Warm up with a pony petting session at Foel Farm Park.
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.
4 based on 165 reviews
We are a friendly welcoming family run coffee shop, we serve lovely coffee , homemade cakes and light bites. We use lovely fresh ingredients and pride ourselves on good quality and great customer services . Please come a see us !
So unassuming from outside but inside the food and service is fantastic. Great place to have a bacon sandwich for breakfast the bacon is delicious. Friends stayed with us and we couldn't keep them away, kept going back for afternoon tea, coffee and scrumptious cakes! The owners and staff were really friendly and accommodating. Great take away food also.
4 based on 370 reviews
The Swellies is situated on the historic Port Dinorwic Marina, half-way between the University City of Bangor and the medieval town of Caernarfon. We serve fantastic breakfasts, delicious light lunches, beautiful home-made cakes, and quality barista coffe
Love coming here for a nice cup of coffee and watch the boats. Today we ordered food. Sadly, in my opinion, the food we were served was not good value for money, leaving us extremely disappointed. The ingredients on my salad, although tasting fine, were shockingly sparse. Similarly for the bagel. In contrast, the portion of skinny chips were hot and crisp - lovely. Overall, I expected better and left disgruntled!Hi Richard. Thanks for visiting yesterday with your very cute dog!I must say however, I am dismayed to read your words here this morning. We took extra care to make your coffee order exactly as you precisely instructed us: one cappuccino with extra hot milk (extremely important) and another, making sure the same milk wasnât used as you, like myself, understand that overheating the milk is no good for the taste of the coffee â but only with a single shot as you donât like it too strong.We were also as accommodating as possible in swapping out the ingredients of the Cypriot salad to include goatsâ cheese instead of halloumi, and made sure to put plenty on despite the fact it costs us more to buy in.Having seen the food leave the kitchen, I reject the accusation that the ingredients were âshockingly sparseâ. The halloumi stack which your pleasant and cheerful wife enjoyed was the same size and contained the same amount of ingredients it always does. Granted it is one of our lighter lunch options, but this is reflected in a lower price point.Your bespoke salad was also no smaller than it should have been and contained a decent and appropriate amount of kalamata and green olives, sun-blush tomatoes, and the aforementioned goatâs cheese for its price point (none of these are cheap ingredients) and dressed with our home-made dressing. In fact, as it left the kitchen a team member remarked at how nice it looked.I am glad you enjoyed the fries; we had the thankless task of taste testing lots of different ones before settling on these!2 cappuccinos, 2 meals and a side portion of fries cost you Â£21.60, and whilst this might not be as cheap as some places, I can assure you that it is in line with other similar cafes in the area. More importantly it is a fair reflection on the quality and expense of the ingredients we choose to use to ensure that our food is the draw that keeps people coming back time and time again.What I cannot understand is, if you were so extremely disappointed, why you didnât mention this to us at the time. We endeavour for customers to leave happier than they arrived and would have attempted to remedy the situation, regardless of our views on the complaint itself. To keep it to yourself however, only to leave and immediately discredit us in a public forum solves nothing. It robs us of a chance to show our apologies and means that you still leave unhappy, whilst at the same time defaming us to potential new customers.I would implore not only you, but anybody reading this, that if you are in any way dissatisfied with things you have paid for or service you receive in any restaurant, cafÃ©, or similar, to bring it to someoneâs attention. I guarantee that 99% of the time the establishment in question will do as much as they can to make things right, and if they donât, well then thatâs the time to consider writing a review online.Kind regards, Eddie & the small and hardworking team at The Swellies.
4 based on 379 reviews
Welcome to Harryâs Bistro. We are passionate about our food and will offer you a special dining experience. You will find us just outside beautiful Beaumaris on the Island of Anglesey. Harryâs is situated within Henllys Hall, a famous old mansion house se
We dined here on a Friday evening after a hectic dash along the horribly congested A55. The staff were brilliant, well organised, friendly and efficient.We made the mistake of ordering starters, only insofar as the portions were rather large, so we struggled to finish our mains. All the food was beautifully presented, hot and delicious. Shame we had no space for pudding or coffee.We are staying at Henllys, so it is an easy stroll from our apartment to Harryâs. A return visit is most definitely on the cards!
4 based on 460 reviews
We serve fish and chips to order and also a range of other meals including a good selection for gluten free. We also serve breakfasts and snacks.our hours vary through the season. Booking is essential during the holiday times. Please note we have a limite
was recommended by friends to visit this fish and chip shop, went at lunch time it was busy but got seats inside, a large menu but being of an age went for the pensioners special,fish chips peas and a pot of tea, a splendid meal.dry crispy chips and batter to die for. it can get full but you can eat outside if the weather is ok. parking onsite as well.
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
4 based on 417 reviews
Family friendly cafe serving fresh,tasty home made food at reasonable prices. Very popular with locals but allways a friendly welcome for all
Stopped by and shared a table with some locals who come frequently. Tried the ploughmanâs lunch since Iâve read about it often. Those ploughmen needed lots to eat, definitely more than I do! Nice serving of ham, several varieties of cheese, pickled onions, cole slaw and bread on the side. Quick, friendly service too.
5 based on 325 reviews
Booked when the reservations for 2019 opened in Sept 2018 and the wait did not disappoint. Very relaxed atmosphere. Very simple design (restaurant) Clean toilets. The service was very very good - hats off to Bethan. I heard her speaking Welsh too which was nice to hear. Very well priced drinks; we had a prosecco and the freshly squeezed apple juice (a must!) The food.........delicious! Well presented. Very knowledgeable staff too and friendly. The food is in keeping with the season. Nice coffee too. I want to go back
4 based on 548 reviews
A traditional coastal pub with a small dining area and enclosed beer garden overlooking the River Ffraw estuary and sand dunes. We offer a good range of alcoholic and soft drinks including real ales, and quality home cooked food at an affordable price. Ea
We had an amazing lunch here Sunday. Starting with Garlic mushrooms. A lovely roast pork dinner and a fantastic steak pie with homemade chips and gravy. Finished off with a sticky toffee pudding, delicious. All the staff were really happy and couldn't do enough for us, very helpful.We will definitely return here soon.
5 based on 122 reviews
What a treasure to have found.The staff are friendly, professional and discreet.The food is absolutely fantastic! We were pleasantly surprised at the range and prices.I enjoyed a Posh Fish Finger Butty (from the 'Lunchtime Specials' menu). I would happily have paid up to Â£10 for this. The fish was delicious and the portion size was generous. We also ordered a 10oz gammon steak which was exceptional. My partner would have easily paid double, if not more for this. Brilliantly cooked and an incredibly generous portion, again.In short, every single meal we had was superb. The quality, portion size and service are faultless.Thank you, we'll definitely be back. We're already messaging all of our friends and family to come and pay a visit!
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