food excellent - staff friendly and willing but not well organised. Needed a manager to oversee everything.
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We ate here slightly by accident as all the other eateries in Portmeirion were full. There seemed to be a rather peculiar system whereby we could have sat at a table in the dining room if we had booked (plenty of empty ones at 2pm) but because we had just dropped in, we had to sit in the lounge on... More
We ate at the restaurant on each of the 3 nights we stayed as we had eaten there on our previous visit 2 years ago and loved it. The food and service was just as good as we remembered it - as good, if not better, than anywhere we've been. Although every dish was wonderful, the standout was the white... More
Knowledgeable, friendly staff. Very efficient service and great food. Also had breakfast in the restaurant - same level of service and, again, great food.
Excellent service from start to finish. All three courses of an excellent quality. Prices have gone up but still value for money. The scallops were extremely tasty and the duck. All staff were polite, attentive and friendly , nothing was too much for them. Lovely atmosphere and plenty of space to relax for pre and post drinks. Glenda and Brian
There are several restaurants in the village but my wife was determined to have Welsh rarebit. She judged this as superb. My beef ciabatta was delicious. We ate informally rather than in the restaurant but it was very comfortable. Very friendly staff and Art Deco ambience was lovely
the restaurant is a very special experience,which serves excellent food and fine wines, the service standards are quite outstanding and have to be experienced to fully appreciate just how good it is.
All the little sitting room areas that you can have a pre-dinner drink are just amazing, so much detail. There was a talented musician playing the harp beautifully. We had the introduction taster menu. The food was wow sublime, everything from the duck egg to the delicious chocolates at the end is a real taste bud sensation. The service was... More
The food in the Hotel is first rate from breakfast through to the evening meal. Service was good - although a little slow on the Saturday evening.
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We have booked the DBB option. Is it possible to upgrade the dinner to one of the tasting menus when we arrive if we prefer this option?
Are there wheelchairs to borrow to push my mum around in from car park to portmerion restaurant and then around the village after Sunday lunch?