Watsonís Bistro is a family run affair set in the historic walled town of Conwy.
The Bistro uses only the finest locally sourced produce to create dishes that are all homemade, from the bread rolls made by Uncle Ron, the Master Baker to the sumptuous desserts and homemade ice creams and sorbets.
We pride ourselves on our ethic that only the best will do for our guests and aim to give you a truly memorable dining experience.
Whether it be a simple lunch in our secret garden, Sunday lunch with its choice of local meats (no set menu, you choose what you want), through to our evening a la carte with daily changing specials (no supplements on our mains, they come with market fresh vegetables and specific potato dishes!), we think we have got all the boxes ticked!
We are open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner.
We do recommend booking and look forward to hearing from you and to welcoming you to our Bistro.
This old style building with a new styled interior is steeped in history. With links to the railway the Old Station Hotel is over 100 years old. Called "Killer" locally, because of the ease in which you can kill time in comfort this pub and restaurant has a real Welsh feel. The modern contemporary inside has pastel colours with an open plan, light and airy restaurant. The restaurant is on one level with full disabled facilities. As well as the delicious range of meals you can enjoy in our restaurant or bar there is a fine large beer garden with all the facilities for a great summer barbecue. Opposite the railway station and ideally located only 1 mile from the beach this pub is only 500 yards from the leisure development with a multi screen cinema, local supermarket and gym. We are ľ of a mile from Conway, a historic town, with a marina. If you are looking for a good quality eating house to suit many people or entertainment and offers to suit all, within easy distance of other attractions, then this is the pub for you.
Address: Old Station Hotel, Conway Road, Llandudno Junction, Gwynedd, LL31 9NE
Our Head Chef, Andrew Nelson is ably supported by Sous Chef Chris Owen, recently seen on Professional Masterchef on the BBC and previously Junior Chef of Wales, and numerous young aspiring Welsh chefs being mentored in all that's good about Welsh food. Consultant Chef/Director Graham Tinsley,is is the Manager of the Welsh Culinary Team and as you can imagine, passionate about his food! Peter Lavin and Graham have worked together for over 25 years and have always shared the belief that a good hotel must have a good food. ,br>
Of course, to have a completely enjoyable dining experience, you need to be looked after and another big plus point for 'The Castle' is the friendliness and efficiency of 'all who serve!' Peter's two sons, Joe and Gareth, who bring their dad's humour and their mum's warmth to the guests, lead the 'front of house team'! They know that good service is an essential ingredient of the hotel's continuing success.
Food is served all day 7 days a week. BOOK ON LINE NOW
Address: Dawsons Restaurant, The Castle Hotel, High Street,Conwy, LL32 8DB
You will love the tasty Fish & Chips, at Archway Restaurant. All our fish are cooked fresh to order and battered just the way you like it! Archway Restaurant is licenced too, so you can enjoy a chilled glass of wine with your meal. Gluten Free Batter available on request.
As well as serving up delicious fish and chips for eating in or taking out, but we also have a Deli Counter, you can choose a delicous fresh roll or sandwich with your own choice of fillings. Do it your way, just the way you like it!
Roziís Tandoori Takeaway is a family run business and has been trading in North Wales for the past 20 years. The founder of Roziís food establishment is Mr Yousuf Ali. He has been working in the Indian food industry for the last 30 years and is currently running the Deganwy Takeaway. You can be sure to receive high quality food and service from our dedicated and trained staff. The takeaway in Deganwy is our latest branch in the Roziís family business. This takeaway in Deganwy has been specially set up with an open plan kitchen so that you are able to watch your meal being cooked while you wait. This has been created to give you full satisfaction and confidence that your meal has been cooked in the highest standard possible under strict hygiene measures. If you live in Deganwy or nearby, or you are just passing through please give us a visit and see for yourself. We provide a variety of Indian dishes ranging from mild to very hot. We also have some exciting new dishes to surprise all the curry lovers. We also provide some of the English meals and a small selection of childrenís meals. We can cater for any events from weddings to parties. We hope your visit will be enjoyable and hope to see you soon.
Diolch yn fawr.
Address: Roziís Tandoori, 117 Station Road,Deganwy, Conwy, LL31 9EJ
The Press Room traces its antecedents back to the 1860s when the current ownerís great-great-great grandfather published the first Conwy Visitor newspaper from here. The building, which is situated right by Conwy Castle, later fell into disuse but reopened in 2005 as a cafe and natural health shop and has been sympathetically restored with its newspaper heritage very much to the fore. The Press Room opens daytimes every day of the week for morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea. Chef Didier previously spent 20 years in London, training originally under the Roux brothers, and as well as a choice of lighter bites like rarebits and hot and cold sandwiches, lunchtimes at The Press Room see homemade soups and quiches as well pasta bakes, jackets and the like. The specials board features fresh local produce like the famous Conwy mussels as well as cakes which are either home made or straight from the local baker. The Press Room is licensed too so you also can enjoy a glass of wine or lager with your meal. The shop here stocks a wide range of natural health foods and organic bodycare supplements.
Address: The Press Room, 3 Rose Hill Street, Conwy, LL32 8LD
Itís high time that Conwy with its harbour and quay had a seafood restaurant and Chrissieís Kitchen has come along and filled the gap. Situated next to the water and opposite one of the oldest houses in Wales, this intimate little eatery is owned and run by eponymous chef-patron Chrissie and specialises in seafood fresh from local waters. Expect dishes like the signature smoked haddock and prawn chowder and a seafood gumbo thatís packed with mussels, prawns, crevettes, oysters, scallops and crab. Itís open for lunch and dinner six days a week (closed Tuesdays) and wonít break the bank with an average three-course lunch checking in at around £20 and a three-course dinner for £26. Not bad prices for an increasingly scarce commodity. Well-behaved children are welcome and if they arenít huge seafood fans there is a kids menu featuring sausage, burgers and the like. Chrissieís can accommodate 40 diners over two floors and the downstairs is available for private hire.
Address: Chrissie's Kitchen, 2 High Street, Conwy, LL32 8DB