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Looking for the best places to eat in Anglesey? We’ve got you covered!

Whether you’re looking for some casual pub grub, a fine dining experience or a local seafood restaurant, Anglesey won’t disappoint.

Keep reading to discover 8 of the best restaurants in Anglesey…


1. Dylan’s, Menai Bridge

 

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A list of best restaurants in Anglesey wouldn’t be complete without mentioning Dylans.

Nestled in the banks of Menai Bridge, with stunning coastal views, Dylan’s Restaurant serves locally sourced, seasonal produce.

The modern restaurant is one of three award-winning waterside restaurants in North Wales, with other’s located in Criccieth and Llandudno.

Enjoy a taste of their Michelin recommended, award-winning menu, whilst admiring the views of the Menai Strait. It’s no wonder that Dylan’s is one of Anglesey’s most popular places to eat!

Our Top Pick: Angharad’s Tacos to start, followed by the Moules Mariniere.


2. The Oyster Catcher, Rhosneigr


Located on the sandy dunes of Rhosneigr, The Oyster Catcher is the ultimate beachside dining experience.

The seasonal menu features the very best local produce. From award-winning family butchers to fresh oysters from the Menai Strait.

Whether you want to enjoy a pint in Will’s Bar after a refreshing beach walk or experience a romantic meal, overlooking Rhosneigr’s Sand Dunes, The Oyster Catcher is for you.

Our Top Pick: The crispy duck, rocket & watermelon salad to start followed by the Oyster Catcher Prime Welsh beef burger.


3. Freckled Angel, Menai Bridge


Another fantastic Anglesey restaurant located in Menai Bridge. The Freckled Angel is a small family-run establishment serving British Tapas.

With an extensive menu of small plates, including baked camembert, king prawns and duck rillette, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Dishes are beautifully presented with excellent quality food.

After a day exploring the thriving town of Menai Bridge, an evening dining at the Freckled Angel will be one to remember.

Our Top Picks: Korean BBQ Pork Belly, Mixed Mushroom Tart and the Chocolate Parfait to finish!


4. Sosban and The Old Butchers, Menai Bridge

Calling all foodies! Sosban and the Old Butchers offers a unique dining experience and is known as one of the best restaurants in North Wales.

The discreet, intimate restaurant is located within a historical Butcher’s Shop. Whether you dine at lunch or dinner, you’ll be treated to a series of dishes using locally sourced produce.

Booking is essential, as this culinary journey is worth travelling to and gets booked up well in advance. One TripAdvisor review described the experience as “perfection on a plate.”


5. The Boat House, Red Wharf Bay


A family-run seaside restaurant, overlooking the beautiful Red Wharf Bay. The Boat House is a popular dog-friendly pub and restaurant in Anglesey.

With a cosy atmosphere, friendly staff and great food, what’s not to love? Take your loveable pooch for a stroll along the beautiful dog-friendly beach at Red Wharf Bay before sitting down with a refreshing pint and hearty meal.

Our Top Pick: Fresh Menai Mussels to start, followed by The Boathouse Fish Chowder.


6. Gaerwen Arms, Gaerwen

 

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The Gaerwen Arms provides a warm welcome and comfortable atmosphere. Home to contemporary dining and an extensive wine list, you’ll be spoilt for choice when dining at this dog-friendly restaurant.

Whether you fancy a delicious Sunday Lunch in front of the fire on a winter’s day. Or maybe a refreshing ice cream in the beer garden, The Gaerwen Arms’s is one of Anglesey’s hidden gems.

Our Top Pick: Beef Braised Crispy Duck followed by the Crispy Marinated Tofu Curry.


7. The Lobster Pot, Church Bay

You can’t visit Anglesey without a taste of fresh, local fish. The Lobster Pot is one of Anglesey’s best seafood restaurants, surrounded by coastal views and award-winning beaches.

Set in the picturesque setting of Church Bay, The Lobster Pot has been serving the freshest lobster, crab and mussels since 1946.

Now renowned for its fresh seafood dishes, the restaurant emphasises simple food in a friendly, informal atmosphere.

Our Top Pick: Anglesey Oysters to start followed by the Anglesey Platter


8. The Midland, Beaumaris


After a day walking the Anglesey Coastal Path, The Midland is the perfect place to relax and refuel. The multi-award-winning restaurant in Anglesey serves authentic, modern tapas for lunch and dinner.

The excellent menu, combined with great wine and a stylish interior, provides a dining experience to remember! The Tapas and Wine Bar is a must for anyone visiting the captivating seaside town of Beaumaris.


We hope you enjoyed our mouth-watering selection of restaurants in Anglesey. Why not embark on a foodie tour and stay in one of these hand-picked holiday cottages in Anglesey.

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