Where to eat and drink in Wales
Contrary to popular opinion Welsh cuisine does not revolve around Lava bread and Leeks. As well as having an extensive unique range of Welsh culinary delights you will find that Wales is truly cosmopolitan in the food you will find on offer throughout the country. You will also be delighted with the high standards of restaurants and service you will find.
Use this page to search for places to eat and drink that are available in the area of Wales you are visiting.
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Featured Places to Eat
- Y Dderwen-The Oak, Mold: We are now preparing our time tables for Christmas so if there is any thing you'd like us to put on get in touch. The pool and Quiz seasons are now upon us and this year we have two pool and quiz teams. It is still not too late to join one of our pool teams - get in touch if you are interested. Again this year we will be running our youngsters pool competition just before Christmas, full details next month.
- Dragon Hotel Restaurant, Montgomery: We pride ourselves on using the best of local produce from this rich and diverse agricultural region, preparing with flair and imagination for both our friendly lounge bar and traditional timbered restaurant.
- Tu Hwnt I'r Bont, Llanrwst: Tu Hwnt I'r Bont is a unique award winning tearooms and restaurant situated on the west bank of the river Conwy beside the famous Inigo Jones Bridge in the picturesque market town of Llanrwst, at the gate way to Snowdonia.
- Three Cocks Coaching Inn, Brecon: Great produce simply cooked without fuss and to order. We don't do "fast" food and we don't own a deep fat fryer. The restaurant is open most evenings for dinner and we do light lunches in the coffee shop and weather permitting in the large rear garden. The bar is open to all throughout the day.