We popped into Rhosneigr one fine day for a stroll and a bite. Feeling peckish and shopped out at a couple of crossroads emporiums we could see a modestly presented establishment. It was quiet until we got there. Tehn it got very busy. The staff ( down one apparently ) struggled manfully to cope with ouir indecision. It was fun, relaxed and chatty. The food was excellent, my wife declared the seabass "the best ever!" Praise indeed. Chips were crispy and tasty. All this and a selection of desserts we could not contemplate. The crowd was growing, we enjoyed more banter at the till and departed replete, via the excellent if under displayed row of art on the corridor wall.
PROS: Food, attitude, location. This is a lovely village.
CONS: Maybe a little expensive for the decor. and unclear signage.
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