With an abundance of restaurants, cafes and bars, it’s no wonder we take to the web to try and find a great place to eat, somewhere that serves delicious food, has an enjoyable atmosphere and cold drinks on tap. Whether you are staying for a week, or have popped down to look at one of the Wales caravans for sale, it’s likely there will come a time when you don’t feel like doing the cooking, or the washing up! Lucky, the idyllic and welcoming towns of Rhyl and Prestatyn have a fantastic choice of places to eat so that the whole family can be catered for.
The Rhyl Bistro
The Bistro has been open since 2003 and is a firm favourite amongst locals and returning visitors. The head chef, Chris, is the owner and the master of the kitchen, priding himself in providing a high-quality dining experience at an affordable price. The menu consists of locally sourced food and the menu changes depending on the produce available at the time. The well-presented and tasty dishes are extremely popular, so booking is advised.
Rossini’s Italian Restaurant
Located close to the pavilion theatre, this Italian gem is the perfect spot for a bite to eat before going on to enjoy a show. The open kitchen-diner allows you watch as the chefs cook you up a taste sensation. The classic Italian dishes are created with fresh ingredients and are served with generous portions.
Les and Rita’s Fish Bar
Claimed to be the best in the town, your well-cooked fresh fish and fried chips will be served with a smile and won’t cost too much either! Being near the sea calls for an evening of the traditional English supper, you can eat in, or take away and enjoy the amazing views in the area while you feast.
The Harbour Hub Café
When the weather is warm, or on a crisp and still day the only place to go is to the Harbour Hub Café. The views of the nearby beach and marina make eating your cake that extra bit sweeter. With a range of delicious food, from light bites to more filling dishes, there is something for everyone.
The Suhail Tandoori Indian
Have a mouth-watering taste of India in a stunning, converted chapel in Prestatyn. The authentic food is freshly prepared and cooked while you wait. The dishes can be altered to your preference, so if you don’t like it too spicy or you want to turn up the heat up in your dish, just let one of the friendly waiting staff know.
Chef Derek, who previously worked at the Grosvenor Hotel in London and his partner Jane, pride themselves in sourcing the finest Italian and Welsh ingredients. So much so, that they have extensively travelled all over Italy and Wales in search of the authentic and sumptuous flavours you will experience during your meal. All dishes are made to order, and where possible, the meats are all locally sourced, and the vegetables are in season, giving you a varied and different traditional Italian menu each time you visit. The limited opening times and high demand mean that to get a table at this great restaurant, you need to book early.
Eagle and Child Inn
The family run Eagle and Child Inn is situated in a small village, just outside of Prestatyn. The building was originally used for farming but has been a public house for over 100 years. With a beautiful garden which is full of flowers during the summer and the welsh countryside surrounding, it is a gorgeous place to enjoy an afternoon eating and drinking. The quaint and inviting Inn has a great range of traditional pub dishes, cooked exceptionally well and are filling and delicious.