Find out what European restaurants to try in Barmouth including The Bank Restaurant, The Captain's Table, Aber House Cafe, Bwyty Mawddach Restaurant, Y Meirionnydd, Tafarn y Gader Tapas, Bistro & Bar, Gwin Dylanwad Wine
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5 based on 92 reviews
Dylan is a wine importer who has opened a Cellar Wine Shop, cafe and bar in this beautiful Welsh town. Expert knowledge in a relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy a glass, a bottle or even a tiny 25ml taster of wine from our PODS (a preservation system that allows us
We have stopped off here several times on our way up north for coffee and scones. The premises is really attractive and the wine cellar is great. I bought several bottles of wine from the cellar and was thrilled to bits with them. I will definitely be dropping by again to stock up on supplies. Its a great place to buy a presents with a whole wall shelf dedicated to Welsh produce. Always a warm welcome, looking forward to making time to eat lunch here. Thank you very much. Even though we import wines from Europe and sell Italian and Spanish foods in the shop, we do like to showcase as many Welsh products as possible so I'm delighted you approve! We look forward to seeing you again.
4 based on 406 reviews
This bar was recommended by our hotel- sadly we found it very poor. It is a fairly large room with brightly coloured walls, a wood floor and cheap, repurposed furniture. The menu is fairly comprehensive as is the drinks list. The Maitre D is French, and very accommodating. We arrived for an 8pm booking to find the place full of families. As such it was noisy and not the adult environment we hoped for. Many of the items on the menu were not available. Others menu items were altered but we were not told until they were brought to our table. The potatas bravas were greasy as were the Padron Peppers. We were charged Â£6âish for two deep fried chicken wings, split into 4 on a bed of lettuce. Other items were disappointing with some being more Asian than Spanish. In short, yes, this is the best Tapas bar in Dolgellau, but if it was in an equivalent town in Spain, it wouldnât last 5 minutes.
4 based on 495 reviews
Y Meirionnydd Townhouse is a great restaurant and bar in the centre of Dolgellau. What was the original old County jailhouse has been skilfully converted into a contemporary, stylish and yet cosy restaurant serving traditional British dishes with a Welsh
What a delightful meal and whole experience we had eating here. The two staff on duty were superb at their job, the perfect hosts and advisors. They had the natural, relaxed and friendly skills which showed their considerable experience and enjoyment of their jobs. The food was excellent too. My Summer Pea Soup was light and delicious and gave me inspiration for my own cooking. My wife's Smoked Salmon with yoghurt and blinis was very much enjoyed. We both had the Rump of Lamb with Potato Rosti, cooked precisely to meet our very different tastes. Beautiful Lamb, perfectly flavoured. Puddings were fine but the whole meal was a very enjoyable event.
4 based on 418 reviews
We had a lovely Sunday lunch sitting on the terrace looking out over the estuary to Cader Idris and the surrounding hills. Good use of local food cooked to the highest standard and beautifully presented. Lovely friendly front of house staff. We will certainly return. Thank you.
4 based on 18 reviews
We visited Aber House on a sunny afternoon and sat on the patio, in the sun. The service and staff were very good and we all had Earl Grey Tea and cake! The cakes were excellent and a very generous portion size. I would suggest visiting here if you are in Barmouth - so much so that we visited Aber House the following day!!
4 based on 435 reviews
Please note that on Easter Sunday we are also open for evening service, therefore we serve from 12 midday - 20.30
I decided to book this restaurant about 2 weeks after reading the reviews of this & others on TA. Glad I did. Me & my other half has the combo starter while for means he had the lamb shank which fell off the bone & I had sea bass which came in a lovely creamy sauce. Also found room for apple & blackberry crumble & custard. Everything we had was really well made. The staff were polite. They also do a specials board if nothing on the main menu catches your fancy. Would definitely book here if I was to visit Barmouth again.
4 based on 189 reviews
Situated in Coastal Barmouth, this tastefully renovated old Natwest bank is home to Megan and Ryanâs long held passion to open their own restaurant. Now into their third year, they pride themselves on serving great food in a relaxed and informal atmospher
A truly excellent restaurant. The food is amazing, atmosphere is very relaxed yet warm and the seaweed with aioli is an absolute revelation. Friendly staff and a great night out. A brilliant find in a small seaside town. I will 100% book again the next time i am in barmouth.
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