There are lots of wonderful places to eat on Anglesey (not least at our very own Hay House Bistro!), however, sometimes it’s nice to get out and about and experience the other delights of the island. Here are our pick of the best, we think you should visit them all and hope that you enjoy every last morsel!
The White Eagle’s reputation for fantastic food and drink stretched far and wide, it even appears in the 2014 Michelin Guide. This fantastic pub, a mere walk away from Silver Bay, was refurbished and extended in 2007. The surroundings are idyllic, it’s dog-friendly and the beer is refreshing. Owner Alex Timpson has succeeded in creating the perfect pub for the family or just for you.
A delightfully quirky restaurant, a renovated potting shed, where all the food is homemade (even the mayo) and the staff are incredibly welcoming, attentive and friendly. The entrance is somewhat hidden to the side of the driveway to a caravan park, but this place is absolutely worth seeking out. The menu is varied and bursting with local produce at brilliant prices. The food is marvelous here, in fact the whole place really is an unexpected joy and we can’t recommend it enough!
Image sourced from Dylan’s Restaurant Website
This absolute gem sits on waterfront beside the Thomas Telford bridge in Menai Bridge. A beautiful, modern two story building with breathtaking views from every table across the Strait. The food is locally sources and the specialty is pizza (made on the premises using traditional techniques) and seafood that comes directly from the Strait, including the world famous Menai mussels. It is a warm, friendly place to enjoy the finest food with all the family.
Originally built as a marine cottage in 1924, the tavern has become, over the years, one of the premier dining locations in Anglesey. Its recently had a £700,000 refurbishment and is now an absolute joy to visit. The coastal views over Red Wharf and Benllech Beach are spectacular, the menu is creative and varied and this is a place where you can sit back, truly relax and take in the scenery. Fabulous on every level.
A 5 star pub and restaurant with rooms if you fancy staying over (and why not when the environment is as lovely as this?) The Seacroft can be found in Treaddur Bay where you can soak up the spring sunshine on the tiered decking after a walk n the coastal path or simply because you fancy a pint and something splendid to eat. The food is wonderful, fresh and local. The prime steaks are sourced from local butchers and aged for 21 days, there’s a pizza oven and the pizzas (including the famous ‘all day breakfast pizza’) are rolled out to order. Lovely stuff!