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Penceunant Isaf Tea Rooms

Llanberis, Gwynedd
19/03/2017: We were back for our annual jaunt to Snowdon / Yr Wyddfa this weekend. A group of friends from Marsden, West Yorkshire have been doing this for a few years now, usually in January. So this weekend it was a bit more crowded on the mountain and down in the cafe - but Stefan and the team made us as welcome as always. We were (like everyone else) soaked through. But the roaring fire, coffee and bara brith did the job. Cheers Stefan!
17/03/2017: My friends and I started our adventure at the Pen y Pass Car Park on 16th March 2017. We climbed Snowdon via Lliwedd with the intention of descending along the Pyg Track. The weather was terribly cold and bleak. Torrential rain and freezing conditions. We were soaked to the bone and morale was getting low when we reached the top of the Pyg Track and discovered the descent was blocked by snow and ice. We made the decision to descend via the Llanberis Path. After 7hrs of battling the elements we discovered this gem of a tea room. We were greeted by wonderful people and invited in to get warm and dry with no expectation for us to order anything and they even ordered us a taxi to take us back to Pen y Pass. We were given hot drinks, delicious cake and a lovely tour of the tea room by the owner. Our dog was also made welcome and given dog treats. Everybody was so friendly and hospitable - they went above and beyond. After such a long and difficult day we thought we had found heaven in this tea room. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Pen y Ceunant tea room for a service second to none and we look forward to returning on our next adventure.


Palas Caffi

Seiont, Gwynedd
22/02/2017: So was having a week away in Anglesey in half term and visited Caernarfon castle so afterwards we wanted ice cream and we noticed this quaint little shop well wasn't disappointed such a lovely place lovely staff lots of choice and good value for money. You must try it it's lovely love the lighting too very quirky
17/02/2017: Lovely ice creams, shakes, coffee and Welsh cakes. The bannoffee milkshake was particular good! A great spot for a sweet treat after looking around the castle


Salt Marsh Kitchen

Tywyn, Gwynedd
06/03/2017: Excellent evening at the Salt Marsh Kitchen, beautifully prepared fresh food. Not many diners in so we had chance to talk with the owner and fellow diners. We wish them every success and they can't go wrong with the quality of food they serve. Thank you.
25/01/2017: We haven't book in advance, just turned up and were offered seats outside. It was balmy summer evening so we didn't mind. The food was trully delicious and service extremelly friendly. Would definately visit again when in this area.


Breaktimes Cafe

Porthmadog West, Gwynedd
10/03/2017: Great food for a great price. Incredibly nice staff and spotlessly clean. Lots of food for your money and the unlimited tea and coffee was fantastic, do not miss this place if your in the area, worth the visit x
28/02/2017: Visited today while working in the area, called in at approx 10:30 to find a welcoming friendly cafe hidden away on a industrial estate ( easy walk from town centre ) very clean, straightforward menu seved in approx 5 minutes after placing order, free coffee/tea & orange juice refills and a good standard of food staff all very pleasant and friendly.


Coastal Cafe

Moelfre, Isle of Anglesey
04/03/2017: Excellent fish & chips! Can't go to Moelfre without a visit here! Be prepared for queues due to popularity but well worth the wait! Lovely friendly staff
24/02/2017: Awesome sit in or takeaway fish and chips. Went back twice. Enormous portions and great prices. Lovely service. Made very welcome


On the Hill

Ruthin, Denbighshire
16/03/2017: Love the tasty homemade bread, nachos and dips served while you wait for your meal! Always a good choice on the menu of great tasting well presented food to suit all tastes. The services is excellent and the staff very friendly and helpful. Just a great place to go with a wonderful atmosphere. Now they offer a choice of great tasting cocktails too!
14/03/2017: Stunning meal and cocktails. Had a lovely atmosphere. With curtious staff, On the Hill is definitely worth a visit.



Deganwy, Conwy
18/03/2017: A real gem of a restaurant. The understated front desguises the treat that lies within. Spectacular food and wine selection, combined with warm hospitality and great ambience. A real favourite of ours!
18/03/2017: What a gem of a place! The service was top notch and the food was incredibly tasty. Sirloin steak cooked to perfection. Very busy so definitely book ahead.


Poachers Restaurant

Criccieth, Gwynedd, 30-45£
08/03/2017: Had a great family meal here whilst visiting the area, food was nice and very cheap for the quality. Would definitely come again.
26/02/2017: This is a very comfortable restaurant, the menu is extensive. We had the three courses, each was excellent in presentation and quality, and the wine was very good. The service was outstanding. Compared with the quality, the cost was remarkably low. This undoubtedly represented our best eating experience of the year


The Crown Hotel

Minera, Wrexham, <20£
13/03/2017: Too tired to think of cooking we stopped at a pub we have driven straight by many times. What a surprise.Twinkling lights and eclectic decor in a warm cosy room set the scene for some of the best food we have had in a long while. Extensive and totally unexpected menu choices with locally sourced produce. Good portions husband even wrapping himself around a monster mixed grill.Staff were attentive and welcoming and nothing was too much for them/Had a brilliant evening and will definitely be planning stops at the Crown when we are next passing.
11/03/2017: Cannot believe they had a area for ourselves plus our 3 dogs we all had a wonderful time food lovely huge portions attentive staff loved taking picture of one of our dog,s next time in the area will go back defiantly.


The Crown

Aberffraw,Rhosneigr, Isle of Anglesey, >100£
15/03/2017: Visited the Crown last Saturday as a couple .Arrived early for p.m.d. The bar area itself is small but cosy. The menu is not to complicated with meals to suit most palettes. The food was tasty, home made , with generous portions. The staff where friendly and attentive. Would definitly recommend the Crown will have no hesitation in returning in the near future.
13/03/2017: Husband and I popped in late afternoon on a Sunday. Tasty home made food and friendly service, will be back!!


Top's Restaurant

Craig-y-Don, Conwy
12/03/2017: Fantastic service, quality food. One of the best Chinese meals we have had. Service was fantastic too.
11/03/2017: 50 visits and counting! Fabulous food, great choice, wonderful service and reasonable prices. Whether it's an early tea or a family meal, this welcoming restaurant never disappoints and everyone I've recommended also continues to go back.


Y Sgwar

Porthmadog-Tremadog, Gwynedd
19/03/2017: Our first visit to the restaurant we will certainly return the food was very good so was the service we would recommend this to anyone who likes good food and wine
15/03/2017: You won't regret eating here. The food tastes superb and is worth every penny. Great atmosphere, great service, great place. I highly recommend!



Dolgellau North, Gwynedd
19/03/2017: Unique atmosphere, fresh local produce. Friendly efficient staff. + cyber cafe upstairs!Home made cakes etc. varied menu to suit everyone.
15/03/2017: Very quaint old fashioned setting. Huge selection of cakes, which we were taken through at the counter, including lemon drizzle cake with cream, Humming bird cake, Victoria sponge, Coffee cake, chocolate & Guinness cake, at least 3 varieties of brownie, and many more! We went for lemon drizzle & cream and humming bird. Both were very light, and delicious flavours ... not too much cinnamon in the humming bird. We had tea and a flat white to accompany, both very good. Staff were friendly. There is free wifi, for those who want it. they also sell food to take out ... we bought some cheese scones to go (not tried at time of writing, look delish). They also do some savoury options, including breakfasts, omelettes, bacon rolls. Lovely place with really lovely staff and top quality food.



Seiont, Gwynedd
16/03/2017: I'd heard a few people talk about the pancakes from here so we decided to give it a go. The restaurant is nice enough, quaint and clean. Staff are friendly and the yarden provides a nice view. The menu is not as big as the prices, so I was expecting great things when I ordered my specialty pancake. Sadly I was disappointed.I received an average sized pancake with a mediocre serving of my chosen filling sparingly sprinkled on top. Yes it was tasty and hot, but at just under £8 I was also expecting to be well fed and I wasn't. In my opinion the charges are far too high for what you get and I won't be going back.
07/03/2017: What a find. We decided to pop in after spotting the ice creams through the window a few days previously and my god we were glad we did. I sat at a table out the front in the drizzle (although covered) whilst my husband and 3 year old daughter went inside to choose. We were ushered inside and out into the garden room in the back where dogs are welcomed and even given a dog biscuit which was lovely. My daughter loved her marshmallow ice cream, my husband thoroughly enjoyed his double tub and I only just managed to finish my syrup pancake with ores ice cream along with one of the nicest hot chocolates I've had. There was also a little chalkboard, paper, crayons and colouring pens in the garden room which entertained the little one whilst we finished our drinks. The staff were also so polite and friendly that we are already thinking how soon we can return to try the other flavours.


Tyddyn Llan

Llandrillo, Denbighshire, 45-60£
19/02/2017: My boyfriend booked this as a Valentine's treat ...we are both over fifty by the way.....but we love Masterchef and wanted a 'non commercialised lovely treat with some excellent food' to mark the occasion.The building is beautiful and the countryside is some of my favourite.We settled into the room straight away and the bed was big and comfy, lots of nice toiletries, bathrobe etc. It is not a hotel, so we walked to the local pub for a pre dinner drink. A very friendly place, as is Tyddan Llan. We chose to upgrade to the six course taster menu upon arrival and it was no problem, we were also served canapes with our choice of g&t. The food was indeed a treat. The taster included a good proportion of fish dishes eg langoustines, hake, scallops. The food is well represented on the website although the presentation of those dishes in reality was even better. The food was superbly cooked, not overcooked but still hot. The scallop with cauliflower puree stands out. We couldn't eat it all (sorry) ......but we had such a nice time. It was I am usually a camper , open fire sort of person and I found it a bit quiet. Dinner was a bit 'hushed' for me but we enjoyed the food and had some nice chats over breakfast. Superb walking. A lovely weekend.
12/02/2017: We stayed for the weekend at TyddnLlan, described as as restaurant with rooms. we had the taster menu on the Friday and the three course a la carte on |Saturday. Both meals were very enjoyable indeed; very flavoursome and excellently presented. the atmosphere in this former Georgian shooting lodge is informal and comfortable and the staff go to great lengths to make you feel at home. also the welsh breakfasts are not to be missed; perfectly cooked and wholesome. The rooms are also very comfortable and together the package made for a first class weekend away.We will return !!

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