Friday, 28 October 2011

Tyddyn Llan sees Hardens voting it the best in Wales

                                                                                       Tyddyn Llan,
Nr. Corwen,
LL21 0ST.
01490 440 26

Tyddyn Llan is Harden’s top eating house in Wales

Tyddyn Llan in Llandrillo, north Wales has been voted top restaurant in Wales, by renowned restaurant guide, Harden’s.

The accolade adds to the Denbighshire restaurant with rooms roster of gongs - chef/proprietor Bryan Webb, also has a Michelin star, and became a Masterchefs fellow in 2009 – an accolade only given to exceptional chefs.

“I’m totally delighted - after all the other recent successes - you imagine you cannot have any more,” says Bryan.

“My wife Susan and I have been running Tyddyn Llan for nearly ten years now, and we feel that creating a complete experience for guests is important, and I have always put that first. I always cook the breakfasts myself,  for example, as it’s vital that our guests leave us on a high note.”

“When guests stay with us over Christmas and New Year, we go out of our way to make them feel at home, a little like staying with your best friend, but without any washing up!   The log fires will be roaring now, throughout the winter, so Tyddyn Llan is cosy and welcoming.”

What the others say:

“This book is simply an honest extension of the food Bryan serves at Tyddyn Llan: it is full of thoroughly delicious and beautifully executed food and there is not a single dish here which does not make complete and utter culinary sense. I urge every cook to buy this book, but even better, combine its purchase with a visit to Tyddyn Llan.” Bruce Poole, Chez Bruce, London

“Bryan Webb is a real talent, a craftsman based in good taste and cooking skill. Bryan Webb’s Kitchen gives an insight into the inspiration that goes into a successful restaurant. And the recipes are pretty fine too.”  Shaun Hill, The Walnut Tree, Abergavenny.

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