10 Restaurants in Gwynedd

Gwynedd restaurants: experience gastronomy

Gwynedd in the north of Wales is perfectly situated for food-lovers. With the glitzy town of Chester nearby as well as the cosmopolitan city of Liverpool, this area also benefits from the local produce that comes from the Welsh countryside. Lamb is a particular speciality, as well as leeks and other fresh vegetables that are grown in the clean country air. Don't miss out on the seafood too, available at many of the quaint seaside towns that line the coast. Book your special meal out at one of Gwynedd's restaurants with Quandoo.

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Y Branwen Hotel

Harlech
International££££
Y Branwen Hotel

Cowshed - Liverpool

Ropewalks
Steak££££
5.8/61322
Cowshed - Liverpool

Carpathia

City Centre
British££££
4.5/6191
Carpathia
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On The Hill

Town Centre
British££££
5.8/6620
On The Hill

L'Olivetto

Mossley Hill
Italian££££
5.5/6204
L'Olivetto

Neon Jamon - Berry Street

Ropewalks
Spanish££££
5.3/6695
Neon Jamon - Berry Street

The Bastion Bar & Restaurant

City Centre
British££££
5.2/6239
The Bastion Bar & Restaurant

Grilla - Allerton Road

Calderstones
Greek££££
5.2/692
Grilla - Allerton Road

Down The Hatch

Ropewalks
Vegetarian££££
5.7/6248
Down The Hatch

Ayuthaya

Crosby
Thai££££
5.7/6288
Ayuthaya
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    Restaurants in Gwynedd offer fine dining

    Many of Gwynedd's restaurants offer classic fine dining serving traditional dishes with a modern twist. High-quality ingredients are a must, with organic roasted meats, creamy soups, and puddings that have long been family favourites. Y Branwen Hotel, one of the most beloved restaurants in Gwynedd, serves up dishes like Welsh roast lamb, roasted peppers with Welsh goats cheese, and sticky toffee pudding with Welsh clotted cream (they like their food local!). Côte Brasserie is another fine dining option, with French delicacies such as world-famous beef bourguignon made with wine and garlic.
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    Get a hot chilli hit at restaurants in Gwynedd

    If you want to break from classic dishes and try something with a little more spice, head to one of the restaurants in Gwynedd that offers something a little hotter. Indian restaurants are popular here, serving up a range of dishes from popular kormas and vindaloos to slightly more unusual specials. Aintree Tandoori sells a dish called murgh batwar, which was originally cooked for royalty. It consists of warm tikka spices that cover chicken and mince. Get a different hit of spice with Japanese wasabi at Miyagi, which is home to dishes like succulent chicken katsu curry.
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    Try Mediterranean cuisine at Gwynedd's restaurants

    The Gwynedd area has a thriving Mediterranean food scene, with restaurants serving Italian, Spanish, and French dishes. Rich in olive oil, garlic, and herbs, many of the dishes are served with sweet tomato sauces. Neon Jamon in nearby Liverpool is particularly famed for its Basque-style ox cheek and its tarte de santiago, a famous Spanish cake made with almonds. There are also plenty of options if you love Greek and Turkish food. There you’ll find tasty options like grilled halloumi and feta drizzled with tangy balsamic vinegar.