Tide / Llanw

***CORONA VIRUS UPDATE: we are not currently open to the public in any capacity – for tours, giftshop visitors, or takeaway food. We are currently still despatching orders with extra precautions in place. Wishing everyone the very best throughout this incredibly difficult time*** 

We’re open for the occasional evening event – sign up to our Tide/ Llanw mailing list to be the first to know when we announce our sell-out suppers, or keep an eye on our Eventbrite page.

We’re open for lunch, cakes and drinks 10am – 4.30 pm daily and you can find our truck parked outside Halen Môn in Brynsiencyn, overlooking the outstandingly beautiful Menai Strait. We have outdoor seating and handmade tables, and a warm room inside if you’d prefer to be out of the elements. Our tipi has come down for the winter, but will be up again end of Feb/ start of March, weather permitting.

We believe a dish can only be as good as what you put in it, which is why we carefully source our ingredients as close to us as possible. Our organic veg is grown exclusively for us in a walled garden in Dwyran. Our salt marsh lamb comes from Llangristiolus,  and our outdoor-reared pork just down the road in Newborough. Our gin is distilled for us in Snowdonia, and made with a pinch of Halen Môn so the botanicals shine. 

Sometimes we’ve gone a little further afield, buying our coffee from Coaltown, who roast their beans in Ammanford, or ordering our flour from Powys, where it is stone-ground for richer flavour.

We are incredibly excited that our chef, Sam Lomas, has joined us straight from teaching at the famous River Cottage in Devon. He knows a thing or two about putting together good ingredients and, of course, ensures everything is seasoned to perfection.

Friendly dogs are welcome. Download our flyer here.