Reviews on Pub food in Penmaenpool, Dolgellau, including Torrent Walk Hotel, The Royal Ship Restaurant, Georgie's Restaurant, Cross Foxes Bar & Grill, The Last Inn, The Stag Inn, Norbar, Bae Abermaw Restaurant, The Royal, NINETEEN.57
4 based on 238 reviews
Restaurant & Bar in the heart of Snowdonia. Freshly cooked, homemade bar food and great Ales. Freshly cooked Sunday Lunch. Ideal for functions, weddings, discos & parties.
Amazing food! Decent prices too. Not a massive selection, but for what there is on offer, it is quality food. The pea risotto is delicious! And the mushy peas that come with the scampi are out of this world! There's a nice little play area at the back of the restaurant too. Staff are really friendly and smiley!
4 based on 71 reviews
Pub, Hotel & Restaurant in centre of Barmouth. Real Ales, Sky Sports, BT Sports, Pool, Snooker, Live Weekend Entertainment & Beer Garden. Dogs welcome.
We were staying in Barmouth for one night last week and usually have our evening meal in the Last Inn. No chance of getting in there so opted for The Royal and so pleased we did.Really friendly staff, Thatchers Haze, and great food - oh and it probably cost us half the amount it would of in the Last Inn!We both had lasagne, one veggie and one beef, and both were delicious. We left feeling full and happy and will definitely eat there next time we're in Barmouth, in fact it will be our first choice place now.
4 based on 42 reviews
This restaurant is set in the Bae Abermaw Hotel, open to all that wish to try our delicious meals, residents and non residents. We have a new menu for evening meals, which are available on Fridays & Saturdays. We also boast an excellent Sunday Lunch on Su
Awesome is probably an understatement for the description of the food in this restaurant. They have a new Chef and he certainly knows his craft. Not only was my fillet steak cooked to perfection the presentation was impressive.The waitress was also outstanding and I can see that this restaurant will rocket in popularity so book your table to ensure that you are not disappointed.
4 based on 443 reviews
I've been going to the Norbar formerly the Wayside for fifty years and I can honestly say that this is the best transformation this pub has ever seen the food is excellent and staff are so helpful and friendly and the view is stunning i will continue to visit as long as I can and look forward to more of there generous hospitality and I will always remember my first visit from when i was a lad thanks guys
3 based on 38 reviews
We stopped off here for a few pints after having a disappointing and over priced meal at The Last Inn in Barmouth. The plan was to have a few drinks after the meal but the staff were so rude, we paid up and left. As soon as we walked through the door of The Stag we were made to feel welcome by friendly staff. Then spent a brilliant evening chatting to and being entertained by a group of locals. The beer was excellent and next time we visit the area we will definitely returning for a meal.
4 based on 1568 reviews
Part of the Wolverhampton and Dudley Breweries (Marston's) empire and particularly popular during the day with walkers, with or without their hounds in tow. The Boon Doggle was particularly tasty and refreshing when we visited and was enjoyed in tandem with a nicely prepared lunch. Lots of alcoves and nooks and crannies add to the cosy atmosphere of the pub whose main bar is to the rear of the premises. Well worth a visit.
4 based on 1009 reviews
Stopped at this attractive and modern bar/restaurant by accident after taking the wrong road. Lucky for us! Both of us had skipped breakfast, so around 10:30 we thought letâs try this place. Breakfasts are served 8-11am daily and what a treat! We went for the full cooked breakfast as it had laver bread which neither of us had tried before. Toast, beans, black pudding, egg, mushrooms, tomorrow, sausage and bacon; all cooked to order and served on a hot plate. Brilliant. Possibly the best cooked breakfast I can remember eating. 10/10.
3 based on 622 reviews
The Georgie's restaurant is set on the mawddach river, serving delirious food and wonderful beer 7 day's a week
Stopped for lunch, was informed that food could not be served downstairs which is a massive disappointment when you've someone with limited mobility in your party and with today's weather!Shocked to see the BBQ suddenly go up from mixed prices to higher prices part way through sitting down, guess you should turn up early for a bargain?Staff not very friendly or helpful during either visit this weekFood was OK, particularly enjoyed the roast chicken sandwich and the gammon was nicely cookedA lot of potential with a premium location but really letting itself down, I guess with a captive audience they can do this
4 based on 586 reviews
The Restaurant at the Royal Ship Hotel offers a great range of freshly prepared meals using local ingredients wherever possible. Our extensive menu offers something for everyone.
The location is great, nice big venue lots of choice of somewhere to sit and lots of choice on the menu, service fast and friendly. Food was fine, nothing special averagely priced and inoffensive. Not much choice in dolgellau so would go again
4 based on 106 reviews
The Torrent boasts its fantastic range of both local and guest ales and ciders and can be found in cam's good beer guide 2016.
Dropped in for a drink as we were waiting for the chippy to open. Passing through on a very long journey home. Cricket was on and food from the bar was fantastic. Company and friendliness of local patrons was even better. If we hadnât got 200 miles still to drive we would have stayed all evening. Will definitely be back despite the commute.
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