Where to eat on Anglesey
Where to eat on Anglesey? In recent years, we are pleased to say that Anglesey has finally got itself on the foodie map. And some of the highly recommended places to eat are within a few miles of Stick Cottage.
Below is a small selection of some of our favourites.
Pubs and places to eat, best Anglesey Restaurants
The Marram Grass Anglesey is a rich, luxuriously restored eatery set in the centre of the Anglesey Country Towns. Boasting an extensive menu of local dishes and drinks, there is something for everyone to enjoy. All at very affordable prices. Pop in and discover a little piece of Wales.
01248 440 077
Anglesey’s Freckled Angel is a traditional Welsh country pub serving food from lunchtime through to the late evening. The menu features many traditional Welsh dishes which have been created using local produce. You can also enjoy live entertainment on selected days of the week.
Dylan’s Anglesey is a multi-award-winning, family-run restaurant in the heart of Anglesey. Part of the Dylan’s Heritage Collection, our restaurant gives diners the chance to enjoy wonderfully modern versions of traditional Welsh dishes in an intimate and contemporary setting.
What makes The Bridge Inn, Anglesey restaurant unique? Their Head Chef is an award winning chef specialising in fish and seafood dishes Their PA is a Sous chef. They also work with local farmers who bring fresh meat, veg and game to the restaurant every morning which is added to the fantastic fish and seafood menu. The restaurant has many awards for excellent food and service. They were awarded a gold medal in the Regional and National Tourism Awards 2006/7.
The 8th venture by the Straits Group in Anglesey, The Big Fish is a contemporary twist on the traditional British fish and chip shop with a beautiful setting on the shores of Llyn Padarn.
Mark Hix’s Sosban and the Old Butchers is a dark, atmospheric restaurant in picturesque Anglesey. Mark has created a rustic feel to the restaurant using reclaimed wooden chairs and fence wood for the bar tops. Customers can see and touch ingredients even if it was only one day ago these ingredients were living. They can see beef and lamb hanging on hooks behind the glass wall of the butchers counter. The kitchen offers an open view to customers so that they can watch their food being cooked before their eyes or in this case, over their heads!
01248 208 131
Hydeout is situated in the National Trust owned harbour village adjacent to the fantastic Anglesey Coastal Path. Naturally the emphasis is on seafood although vegetarians are equally well catered for. With a varied and interesting menu our aim is to use only fresh ingredients and where possible locally sourced produce. All dishes can be prepared to suit your taste whether you would like ‘hotter’ spicier or milder.
Bask in the sun at Anglesey Arms while enjoying a dish from our delicious tasting menus or sipping on one of our exciting cocktails. Food is what’s served up hot and fresh here, cooked on the grill by our chefs with fresh ingredients as it’s ordered. The menu showcases the best natural produce from Anglesey and Wales, and includes seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes.
01248 712 305
The Liverpool Arms is situated at the heart of Anglesey, overlooking the sea, just a few minutes from the iconic Menai Suspension Bridge. Whether you are travelling for business or leisure The Liverpool Arms can offer you a friendly welcome and excellent dining. For those travelling by car there are ample free parking spaces both in front of and behind the building. You can be certain of an excellent meal, an extensive wine list, stylish surroundings and friendly service whether you are enjoying a drink with friends or meeting clients for lunch or dinner.
The Auckland Arms has been serving locals and visitors to Anglesey for nearly 200 years. Located at the very heart of the village, within walking distance of the castle, surrounded by a beautiful walled garden, only a short stroll from the marina and beach, you can experience superb food using locally sourced ingredients.
Overlooking Anglesey’s pristine bay, the Victoria Hotel has been reigning supreme as the top eatery on the island for years. With its fabulous location and impeccable cuisine, it offers diners a dining experience like no other. The views are magnificent year-round, but in the warmer months the restaurant opens up onto a large outdoor terrace which overlooks the ocean, so you can enjoy your afternoon tea with an added sense of freedom.
A cosy, candlelit, wine and dine overlooking Snowdonia. Four Crosses Inn is an Icelandic inspired restaurant located at the end of the B5106 in the heart of Anglesey. Using local organic ingredients and cooking our signature Icelandic dishes over open flame, we pride ourselves on creating fabulous food. Serving Sunday lunch with a warm welcome from our friendly and attentive staff.
The Midland Anglesey Hotel is a traditional seaside pub and restaurant located in the town of Llanfairfechan. The venue offers guests fine dining, drinks from the bar and breakfasts and light snacks during the day. The bar holds regular events such as pool competitions, karaoke and quiz nights.
The Anglesey Oyster Catcher in Beaumaris is owned by famed actress and star of Burnistoun, Jane McCarry and her husband Al. The restaurant specializes in seafood regularly voted among the best in Britain. Besides their seafood they also offer an impressive selection of venison, lamb and pork dishes.
Seacroft Anglesey is a contemporary dining experience, inspired by the sea. Our aim is to create an atmosphere that will have your senses awakened and leave you feeling revitalised. The Seacroft Anglesey restaurant is located in Newcastle-under-Lyme and offers modern British cuisine with a fresh twist. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch, we welcome families as well as singles looking for a romantic rendezvous.
Located in the Pier House Hotel Apartments on Anglesey’s stunning north coast, the Pier House Bistro offers a relaxing, sophisticated and yet informal place to enjoy a delicious meal with friends or family. The bistro is open every day from 10am serving delicious modern British cuisine. Dishes are created using only the best seasonal produce sourced from local farms and our Head Chef Andy has over thirty years experience as a professional chef specialising in locally-sourced fish.
The award-winning Bulls Head Inn has refurbished its restaurant and bar to create a cosy, contemporary setting which is the perfect place whether you’re eating-in or dining out. The menu offers a wide choice of traditional pub dishes with a modern twist.
Liverpool Arms Hotel restaurant is set in an idyllic location on Holyhead Road in Anglesey. Guests can dine either inside the cosy, fireside dining area or outside on the terrace where panoramic views over the estuary can be enjoyed. Our ever popular newly refurbished Restaurant is warm and friendly, serving traditional and contemporary pub style food using local, fresh and seasonal produce.
Ship Inn Restaurant is a cosy family run restaurant and bar situated in the heart of Anglesey. It’s a great place to relax and enjoy some wonderful food and drink in a unique setting. The Ship Inn Restaurant has been established for over 25 years, serving traditional home cooked food with local produce from this area.
The Tap and Spile is a traditional pub located on the outskirts of the charming seaside town of Beaumaris, Anglesey. The weather beaten wooden exterior gives way to an inviting interior of oak tables and chairs. Comforting aromas of wood smoke, hearty food and warm bitter are a warm welcome to all who visit.
The Outbuildings restaurant, frequented by locals and visitors alike, has been open on the stunning Isle of Anglesey since September 2006. The exterior of the building was designed in a style that compliments the local sandy coloured stone that is so common throughout the island. The interior combines contemporary and antique features with traditional Welsh furnishings to create an environment that is warm and inviting whilst still being both stylish and comfortable.
Numerous other pubs and restaurants on Anglesey, too many to mention!