Instagram for foodies - North Wales
PUBLISHED: 13:26 27 January 2017
North Wales is a place bursting with delicious offerings – so we’ve chosen some of the best restaurants, tea rooms and eateries serving up some visual treats to get your taste buds tingling.
Dylan’s Restaurant - Dylans two stunning waterfront restaurants in Menai Bridge and Criccieth both celebrate the delicious local produce of North Wales, including their signature seafood dishes.
Bryn Williams Bistro - A stones throw away from the stunning beach and sea of Porth Eirias is Bryn William’s bistro, serving up some of the tastiest Welsh produce around with fresh, local seafood taking centre stage.
Bodnant Welsh Food - The Bodnant Welsh Food centre is a must visit for any foodie as they stock and serve some of the best Welsh produce there is to offer- plus their farm shop is also pretty impressive.
Patchwork Pate - Patchwork Pate make some of the tastiest pates in Wales and come up with exciting signature flavours like the Welsh Dragon pate.
Beau’s Tea Room - Beau’s cosy team room in Beaumaris, Anglesey, is the perfect place to pop in for delicious homemade cakes and a classic pot of tea.
Porter’s Delicatessen - This family owned delicatessen in the heart of Llangollen serve gourmet cheese, meats oils and other tasty treats from Wales and across the world.
Caffi Florence - Caffi Florence is all about fresh, local and seasonal produce and plenty of delicious recipes – in the winter they even offer their very own cookery workshops.
King’s Head Pub - Pub grub at its finest – The King’s Head is the oldest pub in Llandudno and serves up great food, real ale and that hearty pub atmosphere.
The Seahorse Restaurant & Bistro - The Seahorse Restaurant serve some of the best fresh, local seafood dishes in Wales.
The Dining Room - Housed in the old stable blocks of the 15th Century Coach House, The Dining Room is a luxury boutique setting for a delicious breakfast, lunch or dinner.
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