Conwy is the famous historic and idyllic walled-town in North Wales. After a long day exploring the area and soaking up the heritage, there is nothing better than the guarantee of a delicious, well-cooked meal to be enjoyed in welcoming and comfortable surroundings. Here are some of our top picks of places for a bite to eat in Conwy:
This family run restaurant and bar pride themselves on the local ingredients they source and use within their dishes. Each plate of food is lovingly handmade, with each member of the family having their own speciality. At lunch time, you can expect more than a doorstop sandwich, dishes that are more frequently served include salmon, king prawns and Welsh rarebit. In the evenings, the show-stopping Al a Carte menu is offered, with each dish as mouth-watering as the next.
Paysanne opened in 1988 and has been run by the same family ever since. A visit to this restaurant brings traditional, French-inspired dishes and a regional bottle to go with it. The meals are rich, elegantly put together and provide a true taste of the country, right in the heart of North Wales. As the attentive staff ensure all your needs are met, you get to enjoy the food and incredible views across to the imposing Conwy Castle.
The Signatures Restaurant is owned and managed by the skilful and experienced chef Jimmy Williams, and his wife, Louise. The open kitchen dining allows guests to view the master and his team while they prepare some sumptuous and fresh dishes for the guests. The five-star food not only tastes amazing but is also an edible piece of artwork on a plate. Your evening dining at the award-winning Signatures Restaurant will be one to remember as you will be in an incredible surrounding, with equally fantastic food. The regularly changing and varied menu is sure to have something suitable for all diners, whilst the staff will make sure your experience is a good as it can be.
Pen-Y-Bryn is tucked away in the country lanes, yet has outstanding sea views from the garden, making it a perfect place to enjoy a drink on a crisp autumnal day. Alternatively, if you prefer, the cosy and homely interior provides a warm welcome away from the gale. The menu includes more than one meat-free dish, making it a great choice for vegetarians. And, for the beer and ale lovers among you, there is a great selection, both on tap and bottled, to have a taste from. The menu changes frequently throughout the week, with updates posted daily on the website. We recommend checking before you go.
No trip to the seaside would be complete without a traditional fish and chip supper. Whether you like it ladled with vinegar or with just a little tomato sauce on the side, for pure nostalgia, The Galleon should be on your list of places to eat. Locals are regulars and visitors wish that they could be, with great portion sizes and an even better service!
Conwy Pantry By Love To Eat
Portion sizes at Conwy Pantry By Love To Eat are not for the faint-hearted. With plates brimming and smiles from ear-to-ear, you won’t be leaving hungry! All cakes and sweet treats are skillfully homemade on site and offer an indulgent treat while on your holiday. Not only is there a wide selection of cakes, but you will also be served tasty savoury dishes too if you choose.
Whether you are staying in North Wales for a week or two, or have just popped over to see some of our Wales caravans for sale, a visit to one of these fantastic restaurants and cafes will be worth your while!