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roselover Thu 07-Dec-17 14:34:56

WE are looking for great restaurants in North Wales that could be good for over the New Year holidays -lunch and diner - preferably ones that can take well behaved children - we have a vegetarian in the family - but love well cooked meat too!

Also I remember going to a sort of green theme park once around there- any ideas? Or did I dream it? - Also any ideas of what to do - that is family based - kids are girls 7 and 4 - we know about the Panto at Llandudno and Snowdon railway .....and Conway castle ....and Festiniog railway ....what else is there - I know there are some very foodie type places but cant work out from Trip Adviser - which are the best?

Thesqueezermustghost Thu 07-Dec-17 14:36:58

good luck! That one of the few places I got food poisoning - in Corwen.

Eryri1981 Thu 07-Dec-17 14:52:12

So the restaurants that consistently get mentioned for more upmarket dining are: The Seahorse (Seafood) in Llandudno, The Bull in Beaumaris, and Nikki Ips (Upmarket Chinese) in Deganwy Llandudno. Haven't actually been to them myself, we tend to go to the nice cafes for lunch (of which there are many, so for lunch I would recommend The Lodge in Dinorwic, Caban (Organic and really good veggie food) in Brynrefail, and Siabod Café (not much to look at from outside but food is great, particularly the cakes) in Capel Curig.

Stuff for the kids to do....
If the weather is crap then definitely look at Crazy climb at the Beacon climbing wall - Caernarfon.
Colwyn Bay Zoo - not the most extensive zoo ever, but a lot less busy and cheaper than other bigger zoos, and the Snow Leopards are great!!

As for the Green theme park, could it be Greenwood Forest Park?

Elmosmum Fri 08-Dec-17 16:46:09

Do you mean greenwood forest park?

Check out The Marram grass

Alternatively there's some nice restaurants in Menai Bridge

scurryfunge Fri 08-Dec-17 16:49:56

Betws y coed has some good restaurants.

Elmosmum Fri 08-Dec-17 17:29:09

Oooo or Y Meirionnydd in Dolgellu- very welcoming for families and good value menu too

CottonSock Fri 08-Dec-17 17:30:29

Bull in beaumaris..

Twoevils Fri 08-Dec-17 17:36:54

The Oystercatcher on Anglesey, and The Marram Grass

Littleredpoppy Fri 08-Dec-17 17:37:02

Sosban, Dylan's, Freckled Angel in Menai Bridge, Bull or the Midland in Beaumaris. All very good- sosban has a Michelin star, but a long waiting list.

Jaimx86 Fri 08-Dec-17 18:38:18

Bryn Williams portheirias.com

silverfingersandtoes Fri 08-Dec-17 22:15:57

Groes Inn outside Conwy.

roselover Mon 11-Dec-17 00:04:42

Thank you so much for all your feedback - this is so helpful - will let you know how we get on!!!! -

Trampire Mon 11-Dec-17 00:07:32

Dylan's in Menai Bridge is great for food and atmosphere.

Arronsmissus Wed 13-Dec-17 13:33:13

You will never get a table at Sosban. Fully booked months in advance.

Kids will love soft play in Caernarfon called Hwylfan. Black Boy in Caernarfon is a great place for food. 5mins walk from the soft play.

cricketqueen Wed 13-Dec-17 13:39:18

I second Dylan's in menai bridge it's very nice.
Not fine dining but romeos in Llandudno is nice. Lovely Italian food and friendly service. The cottage loaf is nice too.

silverfingersandtoes Wed 13-Dec-17 13:44:58

Second the Cottage Loaf - the best food in Llandudno.

fatbottomgirl67 Wed 13-Dec-17 13:51:39

There's a really good balti in llanwrst. Wins lots of awards and is jolly good. Also a visit to parisellas ice cream parlour in Conwy. Best we've had in a very long time . Have a lovely trip

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