Find this good neighbourhood restaurant with rooms, in two combined houses overlooking Harlech Castle. The comfortable dining room in decorated with original Welsh art, and has tables clad in crisp white napery and contemporary leather chairs.
After canapés in the bar, the seasonal menu might tempt you with 'Barmouth Lobster Bisque'; 'Aromatic Lamb Pancakes with Hoisin Sauce'; 'Pork and Pistachio Terrine' or 'Warm Salad of Pan-Seared Scallops, Avocado, Crispy Bacon and Pine Nuts with a Poppy Seed Dressing' from among the starters.
Perhaps to be followed by 'Rack of Lamb with a Herb Crust, Rosemary and Garlic Mash and a Red Wine Jus'; 'Dover Sole with a Skewer of Fresh Prawns'; 'Baked Milford Haven Cod with Buttered Linguine and a Vermouth Sauce' or 'Roasted Porchetta with Red Cabbage, Black Pudding, Apple Sauce and a Calvados Jus'.
Finish with a savoury - such as 'Devils on Horseback' or 'Welsh Rabbit with Marinated Anchovies' - or perhaps their selection of Welsh farmhouse cheeses.
For those with a sweet tooth, desserts such as 'Banana and Rum Strudel with Vanilla Pod Ice Cream' or 'Tarragon Crème Brulée with a Brandy Snap of Berries'.
Complete your evening by pre-booking a bedroom; or making your meal part of a relaxing break. This leads to worthwhile price reductions.
- Food Style: Modern Welsh
- Lunch: Closed
- Dinner: all week, 19.00-21.00; set D £39 (2 courses), £42 (3 courses); Tasting Menu £45 (5 courses)
- Seats: 40
- Wine: a concise list kicks off at arond the £16 mark
- Children's portions: Resident children are offered supper in the Lounge between 17.30 and 18.00
- Wheelchair access: Yes, but not lavatory
- Nearest station: Harlech Rail
- Directions: close to the castle - see the map on this page
- Parking: a public car park is nearby
- Closed: L all week; some Bank Holidays; 3 weeks in November
- Rooms available