We visited Will's Bar one very, very misty lunchtime last September - it was only opened this past summer. This bar is on the ground floor, with the Oyster Catcher restaurant upstairs. I think I'm right in saying that 'Will's Bar' was so-called because Prince William was, until fairly recently, literally just up the road at RAF Valley.
From the road, it all looked a bit posh for us :-) but we needn't have worried - Will's Bar wasn't like that and it ALL looked very good. People going to the restaurant were casually dressed so I don't think it was too posh at all. The whole building is very modern/unusual and eye-catching. We enjoyed a great bowl of soup.
The lady serving was very friendly and explained that the upper storey was level with the top of the adjacent sand dune and had a great view of the coast/sea. However, it was so very misty that there was no point in going to have a look - especially as we weren't looking for a 'sit-down' lunch.
The unique thing about the bar, when we visited, was that it had a summer sea-side theme and most of the floor was sand!! There was only one small area of seating that was securely fixed and that was 'taken' so it was a bit of a challenge to sit on the stools that wobbled about on the sand. So it was rather a unique experience for us :-) The lady said that the following week it was having a ski-theme make-over - but I doubt if the bar would have gone for snow instead of sand (LOL) so we think the ski-theme would have suited us (as the non-young) better.
It wasn't until I looked online at the restaurant's website, that I discovered the admirable ethos behind the place - it is owned by the Timpson Foundation and is run as a chef academy, giving young people a new start in life. The Executive Chef and his team juggle the running of a busy kitchen with teaching and inspiring the chef-cadets. You learn something every day ....
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