Food and Drink

Anglesey really is an experience for all the senses and it’s hard to find a better place for food lovers. Once known as the ‘Bread basket of Wales’ due to its fertile land, the island still makes the most of its surroundings, such as offering the freshest of seafood straight from the sea, seasoned with delicious Halen Môn sea salt drawn directly from the crystal clear waters of the Menai Strait.

Visit the monthly farmers market at Menai Bridge where local food producers offer a selection of tasty treats, most of which will be made, picked or caught fresh that morning. Or join us for one of our popular festivals, including the Menai Seafood festival or the Anglesey Oyster and Food Festival.

Of course, if you prefer your culinary delights prepared and served straight to your table, make a booking at one of Anglesey’s fantastic restaurants. Try the laidback style of Dylan’s, taste the best of local produce at the Black Lion, be tempted by the seasonal menus of the Bull's Head at Beaumaris or enjoy the amazing setting at the Oyster Catcher.

We have provided a list of some of Anglesey's restaurants and cafe's.

Other Things to do

  • Beehive Preserves Jam Factory

    'Beehive Preserves Jam Factory'

    'Fancy tasting as many delicious jams and marmalades with homemade scones and bara brith. '

  • Chateau Rhianfa

    'Chateau Rhianfa'

    'Château Rhianfa was built in 1851. '

  • Dylans Menai Bridge

    'Dylans Menai Bridge'

    'Dylan's restaurant sits at the water's edge, alongside the Thomas Telford bridge in the small town of Menai Bridge, Anglesey.'

  • The Black Lion Inn Llanfaethlu

    'The Black Lion Inn Llanfaethlu'

    'The Black Lion Inn is a Grade II listed 18th Century Country dining pub with bedrooms, recently renovated by its owners Leigh and Mari. '

  • The Crab Shop Benllech

    'The Crab Shop Benllech'

    'Sourced from sustainable fishing grounds and using traditional pot-caught methods. '

Other Attractions

  • Beaumaris Castle

    'Beaumaris Castle'

    'Beaumaris was the last of Edward I's 'iron ring' of castles along the North Wales coast. '

  • Beaumaris Courthouse

    'Beaumaris Courthouse'

    'Beaumaris Courthouse is one of Anglesey’s most fascinating buildings and one of the oldest courthouses in Britain.'

  • Beaumaris Gaol

    'Beaumaris Gaol'

    'This building is full of sad memories and secrets providing a fascinating insight into the world of the prisoner during the 1800s.'

  • Oriel Ynys Môn

    'Oriel Ynys Môn'

    'Anglesey's art and heritage gallery and museum.'

  • South Stack Lighthouse

    'South Stack Lighthouse'

    'South Stack is set in a spectacular location to the north-west of Holyhead. '