Michelin reveals the best pub food in North Wales

The Michelin Eating Out in Pubs Guide has been revealed and seven pubs, near to our holiday parks in north Wales, have been listed. You can have the chance to enjoy some delicious dishes in beautiful settings when you stay with us. There were 500 pubs across the UK listed in the guide, with 19 pubs listed here in beautiful Wales, and pubs across the region recognised for the high standard of food with a focus on local produce, imaginative dishes and fantastic service.Read below to see the 8 pubs in North Wales that made the list: White Eagle, Rhoscolyn The White Eagle creates delicious seasonal menus that draws inspiration from the local produce that is on offer from nearby farmers, producers and surroundings. It went under refurbishment a few years back and provides unrivalled views of Saints Bay. A must try is the seafood dishes such as the oysters fresh from the Menai strait. Groes Inn, Conwy This pub takes in the sweeping views of the Conwy Estuary, whilst serving up award-winning cuisine in an environment that has been described as having “rustic soul by the bucket-load”.The menu changes every month and is chopped and changed to reflect what produce is at its freshest and seasonal at the time, all coming from local producers. A great place to head after traipsing the nearby hills with the pooch as dogs are always welcome. Pen-y-Bryn, Colwyn Bay A beautiful interior awaits those coming to feast here with oak floors, roaring open fires, bookcases and old furniture to lounge on.The extensive menu has something for everyone with delicious, locally reared meat and the freshest of seafood. There is also a dedicated kids’ menu for the little ones. The pub has a fantastic terrace and stunning gardens where you can peer out onto the Great Orme. Kinmel Arms, St George, Abergele Using local produce the team in the kitchen at Kinmel Arms create dishes that use unique flavour pairings to great success. They also serve delicious breakfasts and you can even take some of the luxurious food home with you as there are hampers available that include wines, ales, local cheeses, chutneys and preserves-as well as the Kinmel Arms’ famous fruit cake! Riverside, Pennal The Riverside is a family run country pub that is run by a husband and wife team, with years of experience within the trade. The Riverside is the perfect place to pop in for a refreshing pint and Sunday lunch. All the food is sourced locally with a focus on top quality meat, locally caught sea food and farm grown vegetables. Glynne Arms, Hawarden A real gem in Hawarden is the Glynne Arms with dishes focusing on fresh and locally sourced ‘real food’ that uses the ingredients from their sister business the Hawarden Estate Farm Shop. Ingredients include their farm reared meat, poultry and game, as well as the fresh fruit and vegetables. Even the herbs and spices come from the pub’s garden in the courtyard at the rear of the building!Try some dishes from the ‘family menu’ for a real taste of North Wales! The Hand at Llanarmon, Llanarmon The Hand has built up quite the reputation and a loyal fan base for producing some of the finest cuisine in the area thanks to head chef Grant Mulholland. He has created several dishes to look out for including the slowly braised Welsh lamb shoulder. Or why not try one of the many delicious vegetarian dishes? Once again this restaurant focuses on producing dishes that have been created from local produce.  Other articles you may also find helpful:Fun filled activities near our north Wales caravan parksNorth Wales is the 4th best region in the world to visit