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Wales Trip — Restaurants

The dining room at Chapel 1877 in Wales

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Here's where to grab a bite to eat during your stay in Wales.

The Baker's Table
Talgarth Mill, The Mill House
The Square
Talgarth Powys, LD3 0BW

Down-home Welsh cooking with lots of local ingredients fills the menu at this converted 18th-century mill, which still grinds wheat into flour that gets baked into hearty bread.

Blaenafon Cheddar Company
80 Broad St.
Blaenafon, Torfaen

The World Heritage town of Blaenafon produces world-class hand-dipped Cheddars, spiced with such ingredients as Welsh whisky, ginger, mustard, leeks, white wine and elder flower.

Chapel 1877
Churchill Way
Cardiff, CF10 2WF

This former church, featuring meticulously restored mosaic-style brickwork from the Victorian period, now serves cutting-edge cuisine.

Ham Bone Brasserie and Deli
3 Lloyd St.
Conwy, LL30 2BE

Unassuming in design and location, this café/restaurant turns out some of the best Welsh meals in the region.

Pettigrew Tea Rooms
Bute Park & Arboretum
Castle St.
Cardiff, CF10 1BJ

As quaint as a tea room can get, Pettigrew impresses with both its tea service and its accompanying fare, include marvelous finger sandwiches and scones.

Ty Coch Inn
Porthdinllaen, Morfa Nefyn
Gwynnedd, LL53 6DB

Tucked in a cove on a spit of land in the Irish Sea, this fisherman's village is worth the trek across the sands — especially if you reward yourself with a lunch and drink at this world-famous beach café.


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