Good restaurant in Snowdonia

Good restaurant in Snowdonia

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tenohfive

Original Poster:

6,276 posts

142 months

Tuesday 13th June 2017
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I'm on the hunt for a decent restaurant/gastropub in Snowdonia. Although I'll open it up a bit, if it can be gotten to en route from Snowdonia to the M6 then it's fair game. Looking to stop by for a nice late lunch/early dinner en route back down south after a trip up that way.

Can anyone recommend anywhere? I'm picturing Drunken Duck type places if that means anything to anyone.

Honk

1,747 posts

163 months

Tuesday 13th June 2017
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Hi. Hope Anglesey is not too far out of the way.
Dylans
Marram grass
Lobster Pot (possibly the best undiscovered seafood restaurant ever?) but at the other end of the island. smile

tenohfive

Original Poster:

6,276 posts

142 months

Monday 19th June 2017
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Cheers, they look like some good options.

BIGDAI

375 posts

171 months

Saturday 24th June 2017
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Couple of other options - Dylans have opened another restaurant in Llandudno or the Piccadilly in Caerwys (just off the A55)

Rh14n

529 posts

68 months

Saturday 24th June 2017
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Or the newly refurbished Dinorben Arms in Bodfari (just a slight diversion from the A55) is a good option too.
https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g1...

bazjude2998

583 posts

84 months

Saturday 24th June 2017
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Tal -Y -Cafn Conwy Valley - Bod Erw St Asaph just off A55 on your way home - Bistro in Rhyl again short diversion on way home.

Macboy

515 posts

165 months

Thursday 14th March 2019
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The Rhug estate on the A5 has an excellent restaurant as well as award winning farm-shop and a burger place where bikers and drivers meet and eat. The restaurant gets very busy so booking is worthwhile. The meat comes from the farm and is top quality. The breakfast is also very good here if an early morning stop-off is on the cards.