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“Sunday carvery”
Review of Tafarn Ty Gwyn

Tafarn Ty Gwyn
Price range: US$8 - US$27
Cuisines: Pub
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Dining options: Reservations
Description: The Tafarn Ty Gwyn has undergone a change of ownership and thankfully has a new lease of life. Our aim is to offer great tasting meals that offer great value for money.
Reviewed 3 September 2012 via mobile

Had lovely Sunday carvery at this bar yesterday Food was delicious Took mum with us She's 90 and very fussy! She had the roast beef with potatoes and veg and ate every last bit Great value for money

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Thank WendMart
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Reviewed 2 August 2012

My partner and I stopped by here yesterday during a trip to Llanfairpwll and I have to say that it's a lovely little place. We'd definitely visit again.

The bar staff were friendly and welcoming, which really adds to the cosy atmosphere. Arriving at 2.15pm, we were just in time to order some food (they only serve food until 2.30pm on weekdays - it's all day at weekends though). Despite being towards the end of the lunch time sitting, the staff were happy to accommodate us. I had a lovely baked potato with beans and a fresh salad, whilst my partner had their locally produced burger and chips. It was decent, simple, home made food and we thoroughly enjoyed what we had. The prices were reasonable too, which is always a bonus.

It's useful to note that the pub also does cash back, with a 40p charge. This works out much better than the cash machines in the local shops which charge more.

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1  Thank AlisTravels
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Reviewed 25 June 2012

Have been to this clean family run Pub for the Sunday Carvery on several occasions, the meat is of the highest quality and you can help yourself to as much veggies as you like. There is a choice of usually Beef, Turkey, Pork and Ham, you can have a slice of all of them if you want. There is an eating area through the Bar and a large conservatory or if you prefer you can eat in the Bar. This Pub has got entertainment on most nights and also a Cellar Bar which has recently re-opened. A drink outside in the beer garden on a nice day is very refreshing.

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Thank Thurmoss W
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Reviewed 22 April 2012

Deciding for a bar meal with mates we weren't disapointed with our choices..the gammon steak is huge and succulent,the chicken in leek sauce was very tender and tasty and their chick masala is plentyfull.for those who enjoy sweets, try the sticky toffee pudd or the lemon meringue.* Definatley coming back to try their 'steak night' .*

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Thank jan h
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Reviewed 21 January 2012

We had been to the Pub on two occasions previously for Sunday lunch , and had marvelled at the staff's efficiency in serving a large number of customers in quick time to much expressed satisfaction. On those occasions we had enjoyed a rather superb carvery at a very competitive price. This time, it was more of a "I wonder if they're open for food" situation as we arrived quite late and only a couple of days after Christmas. Indeed it was and as we joined the beerdrinkers inside we were offered the full evening menu and a choice of seating, whether in the bar, the dining room, or the covered patio.
We ordered leek and potato soup, and also chose the same main dish, namely sausage and mash. Simple, you may say, but what a treat. The soup was thick and flavoursome, and the sausages were really special. No ordinary ones, but renowned Edwards of Conwy best, both spicy and meaty, and served with onion rings on a bed of mash, accompanied by fresh vegetables. In fact, so much food that we deferred from the large assortment of desserts,
I saw a comprehensive afternoon tea menu as well. That also looks a treat.
So, to sum up, we have a High Street pub providing high quality food through from lunchtime to late evening in a pleasant atmosphere, and I congratulate Brian and Veronica on their efforts.
Do remember the village name- the longest in Britain and frequently visited in order to be photographed next to the old railway station sign, that says Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgoger y chwyrndrobwll Llandysiliogogogoch.

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2  Thank Iwan-Machen
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