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Where To Eat in Conwy

Where To Eat in Conwy

Over the last few years Conwy has cemented itself as one of North Wales top destinations for tourists and locals alike. This is not least due to an increase in brilliant cafes and restaurants in the small but bustling town centre. Below is a list of our top picks of where to treat yourself and have someone else cook for you:

Alfredo Restaurant

Alfredo has been the mainstay in Conwy as more restaurants and bars open as demand increases with Conwy’s popularity. The reason for Alfredo’s longevity is due to its brilliant authentic Italian food at reasonable prices. With great atmosphere and attentive service, Afredo is a safe bet for any occasion. Booking is highly advised.


The French inspired Amelie’s is located on the high-street of Conwy so perfectly located if you’re in the town centre. It’s a great spot for food or just a coffee with one of the chef’s homemade delicious cakes. When the sun is shining, and the restaurant can open all of its beautiful feature windows, there aren’t many spots that beat Amelie’s.

Watson’s Bistro

This charming little bistro is a bit of a hidden gem tucked away down one of the highstreets side streets. The restaurant is a family affair with all generations of the Watson family chipping in from daughters to grandparents. They boast a secret garden, exquisite Sunday roasts and specially curated a la carte with new specials daily.

The Erskine Arms

If great food in a pub setting is more your style, then The Erskine may well be the place for you. The seasonal menu includes tasty twists on your favourite dishes and there is a great selection of local and guest beers. It reopened after a huge refurbishment last year and it is now one of the most popular places in Conwy and is stylish places to eat and drink in Conwy.


The Castle Hotel

Chances are if you’ve visited to Conwy before, you will have walked past the Castle Hotel located prominently on the high street. The hotel is steeped in history and proved to be fit for Royalty when heir presumptive to the throne, the 13-year-old Princess Victoria visited for lunch in 1832. You can read more about the buildings history online but back to the restaurant, there is a few dining areas ranging in formality with menus to reflect the setting. So whether it is a causal dinner or formal do, The Castle will be able to serve your needs.