25 Restaurants near North Wales

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Bryn Williams at Porth Eirias

Bryn Williams at Porth Eirias

15.94 miles
What we think
"Best-known as the main man behind Primrose Hill veteran Odette’s and also feted as a prime contender on The Great British Menu, Welsh chef Bryn W ..." Read our full review
Plas Bodegroes

Plas Bodegroes

29.36 miles
What we think
" Mature beech trees & fine lawns front this Georgian restaurant with rooms, where the unfussiness & comfort of the decor extend to the excell ..." Read our full review
The Lion Inn - Abergele

The Lion Inn - Abergele

7.02 miles
What we think
" Perhaps it’s the picture-pretty village setting with the river Cledwen flowing by, or the off-the-beaten track feel, but the best word to describe t ..." Read our full review
Kinmel Arms

Kinmel Arms

17.61 miles
What we think
" Lynn and Tim Watson’s “amazing” seventeenth-century coaching inn has everything – a glorious location (the Elwy Valley, on the ..." Read our full review
Sosban & The Old Butcher’s

Sosban & The Old Butcher’s

18.19 miles
What we think
"Occupying an old butcher’s shop (clue’s in the name), Stephen and Bethan Stevens’ idiosyncratic little restaurant creates a cool impr ..." Read our full review
The Vue at Quay Hotel

The Vue at Quay Hotel

15.34 miles
What we think
" Still a relatively recent arrival on this scenic stretch of the North Wales coast, The Quay Hotel & Spa occupies a plum spot looking across the ..." Read our full review
The Marram Grass Café

The Marram Grass Café

23.20 miles
What we think
"At first glance, this tin-roofed café attached to a campsite looks like a non-starter, but The Marram Grass isn’t your average sausage-and ..." Read our full review
Paysanne

Paysanne

15.49 miles
What we think
"Born in 1988, and now well into its third decade, this slightly eccentric eatery overlooking the River Conwy continues to serve up “French peasan ..." Read our full review
Tyddyn Llan

Tyddyn Llan

18.41 miles
What we think
"Set on the edge of a picture-postcard village in the stunning Dee Valley, this converted shooting lodge and stalwart of the restaurant-with-rooms scene ..." Read our full review
Tan-y-Foel

Tan-y-Foel

2.13 miles
What we think
" This impressively located, rustic guesthouse dates from the 16th century and deals in unabashed tranquillity, with an extra helping of panoramic vie ..." Read our full review
The Anglesey Arms

The Anglesey Arms

18.16 miles
Located in the island town of Menai Bridge, The Anglesey Arms is over 200 years old, a favourite local pub-restaurant with friendly service and a warm we ... Find out more
Bodysgallen Hall

Bodysgallen Hall

15.58 miles
What we think
" A magnificent stone and slate building that started life as a five-storey medieval tower, this National Trust property balances abundant period feat ..." Read our full review
Enochs

Enochs

14.69 miles
We have taken our heritage and experience and added our own expression to create your fish & chips and we’ve been doing it this way since 2006. En ... Find out more
Dawsons @ The Castle Hotel

Dawsons @ The Castle Hotel

14.54 miles
Dawson"s @ The Castle Hotel Conwy offers inspired use of fantastic local produce to create our Michelin guide recommended, AA 2 rosette awarded dishes th ... Find out more
The Loft at The Bull - Beaumaris

The Loft at The Bull - Beaumaris

17.73 miles
What we think
"Although this Anglesey favourite (circa 1472) changed its name from the rather archaic Ye Olde Bull’s Head to the more truncated Bull – Bea ..." Read our full review