Anglesey has an excellent range of tearooms, coffee shops and resturants
serving menus to suit all tastes whether you are looking for morning coffee, lunch, afternoon
tea or more leisurely dinner.
The Hotels and Public Houses of North Wales play host to entertainment such as
Welsh male voice choirs, jazz nights, or simply great food in atmospheres ranging
from convivial local pubs to elegant award winning restaurants.
Anglesey's reputation for food production is centuries old. Due to the unspoiled fertile agricultural land, the rich fishing waters and the mild climate, the Island's farms and fisheries produce a wealth of excellent produce.
One of the greatest pleasures of any holiday is eating out and the Island is blessed with many excellent restaurants, pubs and inns where you can savour quality local produce incorporated into both new and traditional recipes.
Why not try our renowned Welsh lamb or pedigree Welsh Black beef, both widely acclaimed for their taste and quality. Beef and vegetables are slow cooked to make 'lobscouse', an old favourite with the Island's people.
Since you are never far from the coast in Anglesey you will always find seafood on the menu. Quality shellfish as well as various species of seafish abound. Don't miss the Island's Oyster Festival if you're about in October. This well established festival incorporates seafood and an eclectic mix of entertainment at various venues.
A highlight of the year is the Anglesey Oyster and Local Produce Festival in October when a host of food events and entertainment are organised across the island.
The fast flowing waters of the Menai Strait is renowned for its world class oysters and mussels. Buy them at fishmongers, or sample them during the week of celebration every October.