United Kingdom Food Guide: 5 Cafe food Must-Eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Newborough

April 21, 2021 Malia Yoakum

Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Newborough including Caffi Wiwer Goch - Red Squirrel Cafe, Giddy Aunt's Tearoom, Riverside Cafe and Tea Garden, Tide / Llanw Outdoor Cafe at Halen Mon, Llys Llewellyn Tea Rooms

1. Caffi Wiwer Goch - Red Squirrel Cafe

Madryn House Pendref Street Corner of Chapel Street, Newborough LL61 6TA Wales Cafe, British, Welsh Breakfast, Lunch, Brunch, Dinner Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Street Parking, Free Off-Street Parking, Highchairs Available, Cash Only, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service [email protected] +44 7980 913096
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4 based on 192 reviews

Caffi Wiwer Goch - Red Squirrel Cafe

We recently moved to new premises, directly opposite our previous location. We take pride in serving freshly ground coffee, espresso, latte macchiato etc and offering a range of speciality filter coffees. We also have a range of black, green and herbal te

Reviewed By AGentlemanVagabond

We happened to drive past Caffi Wiwer Goch very early on a Saturday morning on our way to the nearby Llanddwyn Beach, and made a mental note to return a little later for breakfast, as it looked inviting. Upon our return several hours later, we found a handful of locals enjoying their breakfast, all being waited upon by Di, the exceedingly friendly and cheerful front of house, who could not, it appeared, do enough for her clientele. Having ordered our own breakfasts at very reasonable prices, they appeared very speedily. It transpired that a minor mistake with the order was made, but Di sorted it out immediately, and within moments normal service was resumed, and we were even given a complimentary breakfast and drink to make up for it. If one is passing through the village, or indeed passing by anywhere remotely near it, Caffi Wiwer Goch is well worth a visit for good food & good service. Thanks for the review. Particularly thanks for your understanding!I hope you enjoyed your trip to Llanddwyn and Anglesey. Diolch yn fawr Dziękuję

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2. Giddy Aunt's Tearoom

Bythyn Y Cathod Duon Lon Las, Brynsiencyn LL61 6TQ Wales Cafe, British Lunch, Brunch Outdoor Seating, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service, Takeout, Highchairs Available [email protected] +44 1248 430070 http://www.giddyauntstearoom.co.uk
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5 based on 241 reviews

Giddy Aunt's Tearoom

Giddyaunt tearoom for the 2019 season will only be doing takeaway cream teas room daily a stall at the gateway.From Easter onwards.

Reviewed By Margaret B

We live locally and decided to visit here for Afternoon tea. I never have time off so this was a rare occurrence. What a treat Afternoon tea was delicious a selection of sandwiches, cakes biscuits and scones All home made We thought we'd found the perfect place to visit again but unfortunately the owners are retiring this weekend so the place is closing down. All the best to you in your retirement Margaret and Evelyn xx

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3. Riverside Cafe and Tea Garden

Malltraeth LL62 5AY Wales Cafe, British Lunch, Brunch Outdoor Seating, Seating, Highchairs Available, Table Service +44 1407 840519 http://janenormanphillips.wordpress.com
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5 based on 66 reviews

Riverside Cafe and Tea Garden

Reviewed By Diane W

A lovely garden setting on a sunny day, just off the cycle path with cycle racks and water and biscuits for dogs.We had goats cheese and red onion tart with salad, which was lovely, however the coffee is possibly the worst I've had. We bought bara brith to take out which was excellent.Really sorry you didn't enjoy the coffee...but we do have the option of filter coffee on the menu if you prefer

4. Tide / Llanw Outdoor Cafe at Halen Mon

Ty Halen, LL616TQ Wales Cafe, British Breakfast, Lunch, Drinks Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Accepts Credit Cards, Serves Alcohol [email protected] +44 1248 430871 http://halenmon.com
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5 based on 26 reviews

Tide / Llanw Outdoor Cafe at Halen Mon

Simple, sustainable and seasonal - our outdoor cafe celebrates local ingredients. We'll be open for snacks, cakes and drinks 10am - 4.30pm daily and you can find our truck parked outside Halen Môn in Brynsiencyn, overlooking the outstandingly beautiful Me

Reviewed By Nantycaws

5 of us visited Llanw for lunch on spec. What a find. It’s the sort of space I dream of being able to create. The setting is perfect..long rustic tables with a warning fire surrounded by wildflowers. The menu is exciting, using locally sourced,’ good quality ingredients to createmagical plates. Everything is done with the environment in mind, with a bin to compost your beakers and cups. Our daughter loved the bacon sandwich with gorgeous homemade bread and rhubarb relish and we devouredthe ‘half the garden soup’, again with bread and butter to die for. The Victoria sponge cake was divine too, little sponge jam sandwiches topped off with a light buttercream, a strawberry and bunch of red currants. As you can tell,we’re quite taken with the place and wish its creators all the success they deserve. I wish we lived nearer but we’ll be back as soon as work allows. Thank you so much for taking the trouble to leave such a detailed review of your lunch at Tide/Llanw.We are delighted that you enjoyed it so much, and appreciate the amount of care our talented team put into the food and drinks.We look forward to welcoming you back before too long, work permitting!

5. Llys Llewellyn Tea Rooms

Chapel Street Ty Croes, Aberffraw LL63 5AQ Wales Cafe, British, Welsh Breakfast, Lunch, Brunch Outdoor Seating, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service, Takeout [email protected]iad.org.uk +44 1407 840847 http://www.agoriad.org.uk/llys-llewelyn-tearooms.html
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4 based on 95 reviews

Llys Llewellyn Tea Rooms

Cafe situated in the village of Aberffraw on the Island of Anglesey, Ynys Mon. Set in the Heritage centre for Llys llewelyn with indoor and outdoor seating.

Reviewed By lyndag3

Visited on a wet and windy day and were instantly made very welcome.The food is good and the staff particularly friendly.The cafe is close to local walks and parking areas in a beautiful part of Anglesey.Would recommend a visit.

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