Places to eat and drink

Tir y Coed Country House

Wales Tourist Board 5* Country House. www.tirycoed.com
Tir y Coed Country House sits in over an acre of landscaped gardens, on the edge of  Rowen, just within Snowdonia National Park.  Great views of the mountains from the terrace bar.
The licensed Garden Room Restaurant offers an a la carte menu, using local ingredients.  Phone 01492 650219 for opening hours and bookings.

Ty Gwyn Hotel

Relaxed, attractive pub.  Good food reviews, Welsh singing on Friday nights from 9pm.  Walled beer garden, riverside garden, outdoor seating.  Not to be confused with the Ty Gwyn Hotel in Betws y Coed.  Booking advisable.  Family friendly, dogs welcome.  Group bookings welcome.   Phone 01492 650232 for opening hours.

Ty Gwyn, Rowen, October 2017

Ty Gwyn, Rowen. Picture from Cerdded Conwy Walks.

Dutch Pancake House

The well-known fully licensed North Wales Dutch Pancake House offers a choice of 65 different pancakes, sweet and savoury, cooked in the traditional way with fresh ingredients.  Phone 01492 651063 for opening hours.

Woosey’s Catch of Conwy Fish and Chip shop

Hendre Road, Gyffin, near Conwy.  Well recommended.   Very friendly, excellent fish and chips.   They use biodegradable packaging.   Winter opening times 2017/2018: Monday lunch closed, evening 5pm to 8pm Tuesday to Saturday, 12-2pm, and 5 to 8pm. Closed on Sundays.

Jalsa Tandoori, Castle St, Conwy

New to Conwy, summer 2017.  Great reviews, eg, from a Rowen resident… “I cannot recommend Jalsa  too highly. It was delicious. The staff/family/owner have moved here from West Yorkshire, having seen a gap in the market in Conwy. They are very friendly and keen to please and if you eat in, you can bring your own alcohol!   Booking essential, phone 01492 573999.

 

Page updated 31/12/2017

 

 

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