Places to Eat
Charlotte Roskill Catering, established in July 1988, is based in the heart of the Brecon Beacons, cooking for a wide range of events from weddings to birthday parties, management training courses to high profile car rallies.
We have catered for events of as many as 200 guests as well as lunches and dinners for as few as 2.
Menus are compiled to suit the occasion, environment and budget. Special diets are accommodated including coeliac, vegetarians and vegans. Read More »
Our cafe/tea room is open 6 days a week, serving the finest Italian coffee and a variety of speciality teas.
We have a varied menu from breakfast, light lunches, main meals, homemade cakes and cream teas using local clotted cream.
We are fully licenced serving a range of wines, ciders and bottled conditioned beers from local breweries.
The café seats 28 inside and a further 24 outside on tables and benches on the grass and patio. Read More »
Caffi Fron Goch
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Caffi â dros 100 sedd gyda ardal teras, yn defnyddio cynnyrch lleol ffres o ansawdd.
simply good food
Caffi Fron Goch is a 100+ seated cafè with terraced area and prides itself on using quality fresh local produce. Read More »
Very popular with the locals, one of the few "free houses" left in Porthmadog with lower prices than most other local establishments It has fine reputation for both the quality and range of beers served, particularly its extra cold lagers, keg bitters and Purple Moose cask ales, brewed in Porthmadog. Read More »
Pilgrims tea rooms and restaurant is situated in the Brecon Cathedral close.
The restaurant building retains the charm and style of the adjacent 15th century tithe barn. On sunny days visitors are able to enjoy sitting outside under the cloisters or in the herb garden.
Ingredients are locally sourced and meals are freshly prepared. Read More »
Tu Hwnt Ir Bont is a unique award winning tearooms and restaurant situated on the west bank of the river Conwy beside the famous Inigo Jones Bridge in the picturesque market town of Llanrwst, at the gate way to Snowdonia. Read More »
We welcome you to our establishment where you can enjoy fine wines, beers and spirits and the choice from an extensive menu.
We pride ourselves on using only the freshest ingredients, bought from local producers wherever possible.
We can cater for functions and parties and our Sunday lunch is always popular.
A la carte, bar menu and specials available. Read More »
Example of Menu
Macaroni & Cheese served with Crusty Bread (v)
Steak & Ale Pie with Hand Cut Chips and Garden Peas
Malaysian Chicken Curry and Naan Bread served with Basmati Rice
Salmon & Haddock Fishcakes with Lime Mayonnaise
Local Pork & Herb Sausage served with Bacon Mash and Caramelised Onion Sauce
Smoked Haddock & Spinach Gratin
with Dolce latté Cheese
Baked Salmon with Dauphinoise
Potatoes, Tomato Salsa and Char
Baked Ham Hock off the Bone with
a Honey Roasted Marinade, French
Beans, Parsley Sauce and New Potatoes
Lamb Shank served with Potato Puree
and Hot Pot Sauce
Seared Venison with Chateau Potatoes,
Mulled Wine Sauce, Rocket and Cherry Tomatoes
Lemon Cheesecake with Fresh Strawberries and Raspberry Coulis
Chocolate Brownie with Chocolate Sauces and Vanilla Ice Cream
Spiced Plum & Almond Tart with Mango Coulis and Chantilly Cream
(Served until 6:00pm)
Cheddar Cheese & Chutney (v)
Black Pudding & Poached Egg Focaccia
Fiery Chilli Con Carne Wrap
Chicken Curry Naan
Coronation Chicken Bloomer
Broccoli & Stilton Pancake (v)
Smoked Salmon and Prawn Bloomer Read More »
We serve a seasonal Welsh menu including variations on traditional recepies, as well as our own modern dishes using suppliers of produce from the Conwy Valley and surrounding area.
Lamb, wild pigeon ,and local meat from local butchers.Fish from the River Conwy and estuary.
Meat : J Williams Co Denbigh/Metcalfe Llanrwst. Veal :Barcut,Llangernyw
Fish :Mermaids, Llandudno
Fruit & Vegetables :D.LClampitt, Llanrwst
Wine : Majestic Wines, Bangor
Local Ales : Great Orme Brewery & Bragdyr Nant, Llanrwst
Daily Specials board.
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Fine dining comes complete with spectacular views at The Imperial Hotel where Elegance and Excellence are guaranteed. Read More »
Completely rebuilt in 2007 The White Eagle is a fond Anglesey landmark for both residents and visitors.
A Free House with all the freedom that the term implies, The White Eagle is a pub with attitude, to be enjoyed by anyone who likes good food, beer and wine in a relaxed atmosphere with fantastic views. Read More »
The Ty Gwyn Inn enjoys a stunning location overlooking the river Conwy on the edge of the famous Welsh village of Betws-y-Coed, in the heavily wooded Conwy Valley. This Coaching Inn is centuries old, watch your step and mind your head! Ty Gwyn has 12 attractive bedrooms, 8 with en-suite bathroom. Read More »
The River Cafe is licensed and a great place for couples and groups to meet in an informal setting. In the last month we have had groups of architects, bankers, midwives, canoeists (paddlers are here pretty consistently because of our location!) and large wedding and family groups all getting together to enjoy fresh food cooked daily, a pint of local ale, and some excellent homemade cakes. Read More »
Our cosy, intimate restaurant offers a delicious a la-cart menu. All meals are freshly prepared to order using the best local produce available. We believe the lodge offers the finest eating experience in the area and the best cooked Welsh black beef steaks and lamb shanks as well as, mouth-watering vegetarian dishes.
The a-la-carte menu is served from 6pm Thursday to Monday evenings.
Sunday Lunches are served from 12pm to 2.30pm.
To book a table call 01497 847779 Read More »
Eating is the most important thing we do, yet few of us know the story behind the food on our plates we do!
One thing we are very proud of is that our meat and poultry is reared on our family farm just seven miles away in Llangynidr, so we know exactly what Donald the duck has been fed throughout his life, and therefore what we are feeding you. Read More »
Hidden away in the Snowdonia hills, just around the corner from lyn Padarn & Llanberis lies the tiny village of Brynrefail which hosts the cafe that's getting a big name for its vegetarian food. Read More »
Welcome to the Ship Inn, Red Wharf Bay
The Ship Inn is an Olde Worlde Inn set in a stunning location right on the shore of Red Wharf Bay near Benllech on the northeast coast of Anglesey, North Wales.
Whether you visit on a beautiful summer's day when you can sit outside and take in the sea air and the view or on a winter's day when the log fires burn and add to the atmosphere, you can be assured of a warm welcome. Read More »
We have a superb function room (with bar) overlooking the High Street which is available for meetings, christenings, evening dos and all manner of parties. Call now for more information or to make a booking. 01745 815142. Read More »
At the Felin Fach Griffin we adhere to strong principles of simplicity and quality. Most of our produce is locally reared, but rarely at the expense of sourcing the best ingredients available or of providing value to our guests. We have long and sustained relationships with our suppliers, enabling us to secure the very best of their product. We are now sourcing increasing amounts of our fresh fruit and vegetables from our own kitchen garden. Read More »