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A friend and I booked for dinner on a Saturday night. Admittedly its the Easter Holidays and so lots of families are about. We sat down early for dinner as we had had a long day and ordered food. Whilst we were there a group...More
A group of us turned up and asked to book a table, the restaurant area was quiet so we assumed there would be no problem. The barman simply replied NO, so we asked if we could be seated in smaller groups at separate tables to...More
Had to send my shoulder of lamb back as most of the meat was fat. They did re-do another one but for £16 odd pounds it wasn’t great, veg was hard and very little potatoes, it also stated rich gravy but it tasted thin and...More
Changed I think since I was last in a few years ago and the decor has moprhed into what can only be described as garden centre chic :-( . You can slouch before a small stove on a winter's evening if you wish but it...More
A very disappointing evening. Poor and unprofessional table service. No apology for forgotten main courses. When they did arrive my partners portion size was ridiculously small (see photo)! I had to share my main to avoid a hangry man! Very poor value for money.
While staying in a nearby cottage for
The weekend we walked to this place and had a beautiful 3 course meal! Fresh modern restaurant with food to match.
Highly recommend Lamb burger and scotch egg. Great portions, specially put together. We loved it ❤️
We had been walking around Betws-y-Coed and looking for a place for lunch. Our guide book took us to a recommended Inn, only to find it was not dog-friendly. Fortunately the guide book recommend Bryan Tyrch and it was well worth the short drive to...More