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“Beautiful setting”

Restaurant at The Hotel Portmeirion
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$40 - US$50
Cuisines: International
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Restaurant details
Dining options: After-hours, Breakfast, Reservations
Description: Fine dining restaurant in the curvilinear dining room of The Hotel Portmeirion overlooking the tidal estuary. Lounge menu served on the terrace (unless a wedding or function has reserved exclusive use of the facilities). Afternoon tea available from 2pm to 5pm. Traditional Sunday lunch (a Sunday lunch booking and credit card details are required for free entry to the village).
Reviewed 30 March 2018 via mobile

We were visiting Wales & decided to book dinner here, took opportunity to visit the village at same time. The hotel is beautiful with warm welcoming fires overlooking fantastic views of the water. We decided on the full tasting menu. So many good elements but my favourites which stand out in my memory were the Eccles cake with Stilton, the lamb which was cooked to perfection and served with coffee & goats cheese (amazing combo) and the prawn & salmon langoustine. Two 7 course tasting menus, a bottle of wine and coffee for £160. Excellent friendly service, would definitely recommend.

Thank Mrstpearce
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Reviewed 21 March 2018

We breakfasted in the Hotel whilst staying in the Village. Excellent food with a comprehensive choice each day. The service was excellent, all the staff were friendly and helpful

Thank Les S
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Reviewed 19 March 2018

Service from the staff was second to none, attention to detail, making sure we had everything we needed. On the afternoon of our arrival we had afternoon tea in the lounge, which was lovely and cosy. Dinner menu was very interesting, food was amazing, tried something different each evening, although some items on the menu changed from one night to the next. We also had lunch one day in the lounge by the fireplace, which was a lunch/Terrace menu specifically for casual dining. Breakfast could be light or more substantial, with plenty of choice on the self service buffet, and also a cooked breakfast menu to choose from. All in all our stay was heavenly, and can't wait to return there.

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Thank zigspider
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Reviewed 18 March 2018 via mobile

Write in detail on hotel review as dinner was included but just to add that the staff were great - attentive but not intrusive and also friendly. Would love to return for another special occasion.

Thank Kaz1965_11
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Reviewed 18 March 2018

This dining room must have one of the finest views in North Wales, over the wonderful
wide expanse of the Arfon Dwyryd estuary.
The lunch and service matched the location. A seafood chowder was delicately flavoured with morsels of soft fresh fish so appetising and my companion’s roast beef was copious and tender. I had the stone bass and delicious fishy risotto -divine and brimming with flavoursome shell fish.
The dessert we both opted for was the chocolate mousse with dried raspberries and pistachio ice cream which was novel if not entirely satisfying. We enjoyed coffee in the dining room though we could have sat in the wonderful cranky quirky lounge. Clough Williams - Ellis’ Hotel has not been kept in aspic. The vibe at the hotel combines the classic character with the contemporary in a clever way. There was also a harpist providing live music as we came into the bar. Splendid Sunday lunch. Thoughtful service and a great view- what could be better? A week under house arrest would be fine by me.

Thank Lizzi B
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