North Wales has a wide variety of fantastic attractions to keep you busy while on your holiday that are suitable for the whole family; large castles, independent shops, mountains and the smallest house in Britain to name a few. We know with so much to see and do, choosing a place to eat after a long day exploring can be challenging when everyone fancies something different. With fussy eaters and special dietary requirements, it can be hard to decide where to go. We’ve made a handy guide of some of the best places to eat out in the area. Whether you fancy a full English breaky, traditional Welsh cakes with tea or a hearty evening meal. The choice is yours. Mamma Rosa, Llandudno Mamma Rosa’s is a family run restaurant and a firm favourite with the locals. The extensive menu has a variety of tempting and delicious traditional Italian dishes for you to enjoy. Bringing the authentic flavours of Italy to North Wales. The exceptional food is served fresh and homemade, ranging from pasta dishes to seafood, with a great choice of vegetarian dishes too, there really is something for all the family. Carlo’s Restaurant, Llandudno If you’re visiting the Venue Theatre in Llandudno and are looking for a bite to eat within walking distance, then Carlos’ is the place for you. They take pride in locally sourcing as much of the produce used for your meal as they can. They are truly embracing and supporting the award-winning food producers that grow and make delicious produce here in Wales. The restaurant provides a great atmosphere, with attentive staff and tasty Italian dishes. There are a limited number of tables available, so it is recommended you book in advance to avoid any disappointment. Johnny Dough’s Wood-Fired Pizza, Llandudno You can’t go wrong with a pizza, especially when they are wood-fired. Savour a thin or thick based delight in a relaxed surrounding. With old classics like pepperoni, margarita or for the more adventurous who like to mix their flavours and try something completely new, the staff and chefs will be more than accommodating of your creations. Watsons Bistro, Conwy In the heart of the historical walled town, the family-run gem, Watson’s Bistro can be found. All dishes are homemade, even the bread rolls are lovingly made on site. If some of you are wanting a hearty lunch and others are after just a light bite, then this is the place to go. With a range of dishes to suit all the family and different tastes, you will want to keep returning. During the evenings, they serve an A La Carte Menu which is even better for the fussy members of the family, as you are welcomed to pick and choose what you would like. The hidden garden to the rear also provides the perfect place to have your meal alfresco on a warm summers day. Time Café Bar, Conwy For coffee enthusiast, the Time Café Bar will be a haven. Serving as much fresh coffee as you like, the carefully trained baristas will have as much passion for the precious bean as you do. With over 30 different flavours and types of beans available, the first task will be to choose which one! If you can’t decide on just one kind, then why not take some home with you? They have a variety of delicious produce for sale; from jams, preserves, locally brewed alcohol, chocolates, coffee and much more. The Time Café bar serve an all day breakfast, so when you’ve risen from your well-deserved holiday lie in, stroll down and enjoy a tasty breakfast. If a fry up isn’t what you fancy, you can choose from sandwiches, wraps or ciabattas. All of which can be eaten in the outdoor seating area with views of the majestic Conwy Castle. Why not have a look at our holiday homes for sale North Wales so you can enjoy the wide variety of scrumptious, homemade and locally produced foods on all of your breaks away.