Wales is worldwide popular for its scenic and picturesque landscapes, however classical local cuisine does not have to be underestimated too. The local restaurant scene is truly unique and great, so you can find everything your heart desires, from cosy little restaurants offering some traditional, home-cooked and always super fresh dishes, to the fancier 5-star dining experience. Wales’ map is jam-packed of pubs too that are dotted around each corner and nook of the country, so be sure to spend at least one evening at this local institution, where besides great beer choices, you will be spoilt for choice of some great snacks and delicious classical dishes. The chefs cooking at the local restaurants are simply blessed to have all the great choice of always fresh products, especially an excellent supply of seafood across the coast. There are many options to dine across Wales, so we help you explore the best restaurants!
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Tyddyn Llan is considered one of Wales’ finest restaurants with a high rating in the Good Food Guide, and Good Hotel Guide, a Michelin Star (since 2010), and former ‘True Taste North Wales’ Restaurant of the Year. Susan Webb ensures the smooth running of the dining-room. Meanwhile husband Bryan, and his team ply their craft in the kitchen. The restaurant is dedicated to fine seasonal produce, arriving daily. Like local meat and game via our vigilant butcher. And fish straight from the coast.
The Bokhara Brasserie opened in 2001 and has since been named one of the top ten Indian restaurants in the UK. It is consistently voted one of South Wales’ favourite Indian restaurants. On top of this, we were crowned at the British Curry Awards as the winner of the Best Curry Restaurant in Wales in 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2013! Many of the dishes are taken from the North West Frontier of India and the chefs have been carefully selected and brought over to bring you a slice of the real Indian taste.
There is nothing worse than having to choose the dish you dislike the least from a menu that’s content is limited. At the Hardwick the choice is almost ridiculous for the size of the restaurant. This doesn’t make for an easy life but it works and customers enjoy visiting for old favourites and new dishes alike. We can’t be all things to all people but I think that there is something for most people on our menu.