Eight Exceptional Holiday Cottages on the Isle of Anglesey

Places to Eat on Anglesey

Looking for Places to Eat on Anglesey during your holiday?

Places to Eat on Anglesey Mon Mam CymruAnglesey has been renowned for its food for centuries, christened “Mam Cymru” or “Mother of Wales” by Gerald of Wales in Medieval times; it’s rich farmland could provide sufficient food to sustain the whole of Wales. Almost a thousand years on, and there’s a great choice of cafes, tea rooms, pubs and restaurants and other places to eat, so there’s always something to suit all pockets and tastes.

We’ve included a few of our favourite places to eat here, together with some recommended by guests who have stayed with us at Cerrig y Barcud Holiday Cottages Anglesey. Please let us know of any you’ve found during your stay with us, and we’ll share them with other guests

During busier periods, most of all at holiday times, it may be worth calling ahead to check whether a reservation is advised. At most other times, you’ll usually be able to call in a get a table without pre-booking

Menai Bridge

Places to Eat on Anglesey - Dylans RestaurantThe Bridge Inn, or Tafarn y Bont (01248 716888, LL59 5DT). Once you have come through the main bar, the environment is more like that of a restaurant than a pub, and the food is certainly “restaurant quality”. Booking recommended. Under new ownership and as good as ever

The Anglesey Arms Hotel (01248 712305, LL59 5EA) has stood in the same place since before the Menai Suspension Brdge was even built. Recently refurbished and offering a good menu choice at reasonable prices

Four Crosses (01248 712230, LL59 5RW). This is a large pub almost entirely given over to dining, and so offers a wide range of menu choice – from seafood and traditional pub food, to sizzling platters and food cooked on “lava rock”. The food is always good, at reasonable prices, and the pub are welcoming of children

Taste of India (01248 715187, LL59 5EF). Indian Restaurant and Take Away

Liverpool Arms (01248 712435,  LL59 5EY). Recently refurbished to a high standard and offering fresh home-cooked pub meals
Places to Eat on Anglesey Dylans Restaurant

Dylan’s Restaurant (01248 716714, LL59 5EY). Italian Restaurant perched in an idyllic spot on the edge of the Menai Straits. Booking recommended

Jade Village (01248 715409, LL59 5EA ). Cantonese restaurant (also offering take-away)

Rhosneigr

The Oystercatcher, (01407 812829, LL64 5JP). On the road as you approach Rhosneigr with a full restaurant upstairs and Will’s Bar downstairs

Mojo’s Creperie, (01407 810598, LL64 5UG). Serving sweet and savory crepes and galettes for breakfast abd throughout the day, and transforming into a restaurant serving exclusively French cuisine in the evening

Sandy’s (01407 811103, LL64 5UQ). Bar and Bistro on Rhosnegr High Street

Places to Eat on Anglesey DessertLlanfairpwllgwyngyll

Tafarn Ty Gwyn (01248 715599, LL61 5UJ) A good range of pub meals at reasonable prices.

The Penrhos Arms (01248 714892, LL61 5YQ) Opposite the famous “station with the long name” and providing a range of good pub meals

Gaerwen

The Gaerwen Arms (01248 421906, LL60 6DW). A good range of pub meals served in a separate dining area of the pub. They are very child friendly, and have an outside play area.

Beaumaris

Ye Olde Bulls Head (01248 810329, LL58 8AP). Choose from the Brasserie Restaurant  for lunchtime or evening. Alternatively the Loft Restaurant for that special occasion

Liverpool Arms (01248 810362, LL58 8BA). A good range of home-cooked pub foods

The Neptune (01248 812990, LL58 8AP). Fish ‘n’ chips downstairs or a bistro upstairs serving fresh local meat and fish

Pier House Cafe and Bistro 01248 811055, LL58 8BS). Breakfast or lunch sitting right on the seafront

Red Boat Ice Cream Parlour (01248 810022, LL58 8BB). Ice creams, sandwiches, panninis and cakes all home made daily. No visit to Beaumaris is complete without a Red Boat Ice Cream! Tables and private rooms available upstairs.

Other Places to Eat on Anglesey

Places to Eat on Anglesey The following are a little further afield, but regularly recommended by guests at Cerrig y Barcud Holiday Cottages Anglesey

The Black Seal, Trearddur Bay (01407 860008, LL65 2UP). A new contemporary restaurant and bar, right next to the beach. Contemporary British cuisineas well as offering stunning cocktails, a Gin Bar and an exciting range of craft beers.

Ann’s Pantry, Moelfre (01248 410386, LL72 8HL)
The Harbour Bistro, Cemaes Bay (01407 710273, LL67 0NN)
The Lobster Pot, Church Bay (01407 730241, LL65 4EU)
The White Eagle, Rhoscolyn (01407 860 267, LL65 2NJ)
The Standing Stones, Penrhos (01407 761350, LL65 2UQ)
The Ship Inn, Red Wharf Bay (01248 852568, LL75 8RJ)

Cerrig y Barcud Holiday Cottages

Brynsiencyn, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Isle of Anglesey, LL61 6TQ

01248 430056

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