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It’s party time at Tyddyn Llan

25th October 2013 Print
Tyddyn Llan's stylish restaurant

Tyddyn Llan ‘Restaurant with Rooms’ in the village of Llandrillo near Corwen in North Wales, is to host its 11th Anniversary Dinner on Friday 22 November 2013.

One of only three properties in Wales with a Michelin star, the 12-room property is owned by Chef Bryan Webb and wife Susan, who used to own the popular restaurant Hilaire in London’s Kensington.

11 years ago they decided to trade the hustle and bustle of London for the peace and fresh air of the Snowdonia National Park, and create their culinary bolt hole next to the River Dee, in the shadow of the Berwyn Mountains.

To celebrate the move, each year Bryan and Susan stage an anniversary dinner, with a special menu created by the Michelin-starred Chef.

The 2013 seven-course feast, each of which will be accompanied by a wine specially selected by the hotel’s expert wine consultant, Igor Andronov, will comprise: 

Roast Beetroot with Goats Curd 
Pheasant Pudding with Sage 
Griddled Scallops, Cauliflower Puree, Pancetta, caper and Raisin Dressing 
Vincigrassi "Franco Taruschio" 
Welsh Black Beef; Roast Fillet, Braised Cheek, Ox Tail Sauce 
Brie de Meaux, Chicory and Walnut Salad 
Muscat Crème Caramel with Prunes in Armagnac

The dinner costs from £75 per person (including wines) and there is a special overnight room rate available of £120-
£150 including breakfast (from £135 per person, two sharing a room, including the dinner).

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Tyddyn Llan's stylish restaurant