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You'll find an interesting mix of locals - farmers, local businessmen, young couples, retired people, regulars, market goers: there's always an interesting buzz about the place, and locals and visitors alike seem to rub along very happily. Oh, and there are some stunning views from the sunny terrace
I arranged for the ladies in my family to have a nice meal out for Xmas today at the glasfryn! We are from Wrexham and fancied a change of scenery and we were glad we came! First impressions were great, I felt safe in the...More
Christmas menu was superb me and my wife came last week, I had the turkey she had the celeriac pie, veg was beautiful turkey was lovely and flavourful, my wife pie looked nice as I tried her veg gravy it had a sweet vegetable taste...More
from walking through the door was made to feel welcome very clean lovely staff service was lovely food well presented and tasted amazing best 3 course meal i have had for a while my husband and i had a lovely time
Not been here for years and was quite impressed.
All Covid rules are adhered to, tables well spaced.
The fires burning make it look so cosy. Food was lovely, good service from friendly staff. Possibly a little pricey for a roast dinner which is why...More
Just come back from a lovely afternoon here with our 2 friends . The food which was a roast beef dinner was perfectly cooked , the best one yet here . Well done to the staff and the top class chef ! Wonderful.
Well we took the bull by the horns and visited our favourite restaurant first meal out since March I had the malasyan chicken curry and my husband had the fish and chips both were delicious as usual I also had two bilinies if all goes...More
Lunch after walking up Moel Famou, me and my wife had the steak and ale pie with mash, the meat was full of fat, also found a hard piece of what looked like tooth or bone in my pie, felt sick after my find, told...More