Hooton’s Homegrown Farm CaféBrynsiencyn, Anglesey
Hooton's Farm Cafe, Brynsiencyn, Anglesey, North Wales
Hooton’s is a local institution and its fans (including Gary Rhodes and the Hairy Bikers) come from far and wide for its excellent farm shop and café. It’s an informal but absolutely delicious place to have breakfast or lunch. Expect a variety of hot and cold snacks and soups, wonderful sandwiches and absolutely scrumptious cakes.
“Farm fresh home cooked affair.”
Tasty pies, big burgers, homemade soups, luscious salads, and yummy sweet treats along with a lovely farm shop to browse around. Forget about counting food miles – almost all the food Hooton’s serves is home reared or homemade. Hooton’s is famous for its Welsh breakfasts, Sunday roasts and summer BBQs.
Advocates of quality and freshness ensures flavour on your plate - everything on sale is carefully handpicked, butchered and prepared on site. Stock up your holiday larder with homemade oven-ready meals and fresh-from-the-field seasonal fruit and veg. There is freshly pressed apple juice and and a growing range of Welsh produce from chocolate to cheese sauces. They stock pretty much everything! Don't miss the asparagus in early summer - it's the best - and with the chance to ‘pick your own’ (seasonally), there is no better place to pop in!
The cafe is open all year, daily from 10am until 5pm every day except Sunday, when they are open from 10am until 4pm.
The farm Shop is open 9.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Saturday and 9.30am to 4pm on Sundays.
Pick your own farm is open seasonally. It's best to phone to ask for details but generally, it is open 11am to 5pm.
It's best to ask the staff for details if you have specific requirements. They do generally have vegetarian options on offer, but their specials board rotates daily.
There is ample free parking, including disabled spaces, right outside the cafe.
There is level access but be aware that the car park is uneven gravel and you might have a slightly tricky time getting a wheelchair onto the level path that leads to the farm shop and cafe.
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As this is a farm shop and cafe in one place, it's a great place to stop off to refuel on your adventures around the island. As they sell local meat, homemade cakes and bread, locally-produced cheeses and juices, as well as fresh fruit and veg, it's the perfect place to stop off and grab some supplies for your self-catering holiday.
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