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Fine dining on the stunnning North Wales coast
Fine dining comes complete with spectacular views at The Imperial Hotel where Elegance and Excellence are guaranteed.
The Seahorse is one of the most popular restaurants in Llandudno and was awarded the Dining Out 2005 silver award as well as entry into Hardens 2006 and 2007, "Which Good Food Guide" 2006/2007.
Cafe Orient Express
Teas, coffees, light bites and more in the sonderful surroundings of Gloddaeth Street, Llandudno
The Fishermans Chip Shop
Sample Britainís national dish at its very best.
Whether its your first visit to Conwy or one of many, there are certain activities you feel are mandatory, yet infinitely pleasurable nevertheless. One is to stroll on the Quay and marvel at North Wales very own Monaco harbour. While on the quay, you have to have a look at the smallest house in Gt. Britain, (please dont ask if she sleeps in the bedroom upstairs) and naturally, you must pop into the Liverpool Arms, one of this w ..... >>
Ristorante Mamma Rosa
Well recommended Italian Resturant.
One of Llandudno's Oldest Public Houses
Well established over many years The Albert Public House is well known to the locals in Llandudno.
Located in Madoc Street, Llandudno just 200 metres from the main shopping street The Albert Public House is also within walking distance of many local guest houses and hotels.
The bar has a wide variety of fine cask ales, popular lagers and a collection of wines and spirits.
The Albert Public House ser ..... >>
Cafe in Craig y Don
Carlo's Restaurant Llandudno
Welcome to Carlo's
At Carlo's, we bring you an excellent modern menu combining traditional Italian cuisine with a contemporary modern style. We only use the freshest, highest quality produce and wherever possible use locally grown and sourced products.
Thanks for making us feel so welcome breakfast top drawer
A resturant with a difference - lovely atmosphere and delicious food !!!
Try the lunch menu, 2 courses for a fiver!!!!.
Devine Cafe and Restaurant
Cafe and restaurant in Llandudno
Inglenook Cafe and Restaurant
Cafe and Restaurant in Llandudno
Penrhyn Old Hall
14th Century Pub located on the North Wales Coast
Enjoy good food in our restaurant, we do traditional Sunday lunch of either Roast Beef, Pork, Lamb joint, Chicken or fish.
We also have a vegetarian dish.
Rabbit Hole cafe
The Rabbit Hole Cafe is a social enterprise set up by the Aberconwy Mind charity organisation, with profits going to benefit the local area. The kitchen offers light and healthy options with vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free and organic food made using locally sourced ingredients.
Beautiful old building with its character retained !!!
This Wetherspoon pub is the former Palladium cinema, built in 1920 on the site of the Market Hall.
The pub in its form today opened in 2001.
Children are welcome in the family area until 21.00 p.m.
Habit Tea Rooms
Traditional Tea Rooms Serving Delicious Full Meals, Sandwiches, Pastries and more!
We open seven days a week, 9am till 5.00pm during winter 9am till 5.30 summer.Serving everything on our extensive menu.
If you don't want a full meal, we have numerous snacks and sandwiches on offer.
Then of course there is our famous cake table with truly scrumtious cakes and pastries.
The New Mediterranean Restaurant
North Wales first choice for Turkish, Greek, Italian, Spanish and French cuisine.
Glass Onion Cafe
A place to eat, drink, relax and learn a little more about our historic & beautiful Town of Denbigh & Local Area . A meeting place "where time and space are consumed, but only 'product' is found on the bill. Home cooking from locally sourced produce, bought and cooked fresh daily. Daily Specials including alternative cuisines such as gluten free, soya, and vegetarian. We are always happy to help if you have any dietary requir ..... >>
Camra Aberconwy branch Food pub of the Year 2009
Only the best local produce goes into our fresh, home-made food just like your mother used to make! So if you long for some traditional home-cooked food without the fancy frills our restaurants at Mostyn Street Llandudno and the Broadway in Penrhyn are for you.
Looking Glass ice cream parlour
All Ice creams & sorbets, Crepes and waffles are made on site using fresh local produce.
We offer a trip down memory lane with classic desserts such as Banana Splits, all of our milkshakes are served in glass milk bottles and our cream tea special is a fruit scone served with vanilla ice cream and mixed berry sorbet. We have 24 flavours which change frequently.
Cafe in Llandudno
Great place. Great Food
The Burgundy walls give a cosy feeling to our informal restaurant and the benches, tables and bar are made of pitch pine from the old Welsh chapel in Llanrwst.
Recommended dishes include goats cheese parcels roasted in tapenade and served with salad, followed by fresh cod in basil and tomato sauce.
We are a just a few minutes walk from the pier and promenade, in the delightful resort of Llandudno.
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East Cantonese Restaurant
Extensive Cantonese menu, plus some Japanese dishes, served in relaxed surroundings.
Mama Mia close your eyes and you could in in Italy !!
Good , extensive menu, great atmosphere and helpful, friendly staff.
Fortes Ice Cream Parlour
Making beautiful ice cream since 1926
The Queen Victoria Pub & Restaurant
A Traditional Public house serving good food and fine Ales
Dogs are always welcome. We would appreciate that upon entry to the premises, owners use the left side of the pub.
Fish restaurant serving a variety of food.
Cottage Loaf - Pub & Dining
The Cottage Loaf, a traditional country pub nestled in the heart of the seaside town of Llandudno.
Lawton's Cafe Grill
Home cooked food in a relaxed Bistro atmosphere
Wonderful thoughtful hosts, they deserve 10 stars, will be back
The Bengal Dynasty is located on North Parade Llandudno, just a short distance from the pier.
The Old Vaults
Welcome to the Vale of Clwyd Town Crier Web Page for the Old Vaults Denbigh.
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.
One of the main reasons so many guests return to the 'The Castle' is because of the food and personal service.
The Castle Hotel, an old coaching inn, stands on the site of a Cistercian abbey and used to consist of two famous hostelries, The Castle and the 15th Century King's Head. The Castle was by far the larger and in Victorian times had an attractive face lift of local granite and Ruabon brick and is now one of Conwy's most photographed buildings.
Characters Old Curiosity Shop & Sandwich House
Welcome to Characters Teahouse and curiosity shop. We are a family run business with the idea of bringing back the past time of sitting down for Afternoon Tea, whilst also being able to mooch around and take a look at the quirky items we have for sale. Whilst being enchanted by our old boutique style Teahouse, to accompany your visit, we have a variety of our vintage teas and delicious cakes and pastries. If you are catching up with old friends o ..... >>