After a lovely drive around the Lleyn on the first nice day for ages, we arrived at the Nanhoron. Though the building looks a little shabby on first inspection, on entering, the place was warm, inviting and buzzing with guests. We were greeted promptly and shown to the bar which offered a good range of beer and wines. After being shown to our table in the restaurant, we really enjoyed a terrific carvery. The beef was tender, tasty and the portion generous. Vegetables always suffer a little when kept warm, but the carrot stwnch was great as were the roast potatoes. The gravy was tasty and the Yorkshires huge!
Now, on to the puddings!!!!!!! Rarely have I seen displayed such range of proper puddings so suited to a February lunch time. Nestled amongst the chocolate and syrup sponges, trifle, rice pudding, profiteroles and lemon meringue pie was an apple crumble that any Granny Smith would be proud of; crunchy and buttery crumble atop sharp, soft apples. Lashings of cream and custard were also readily available. Two courses of this deliciousness for two people for a reasonable £27 - just great. Will definitely visit again
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