Monday, June 16, 2014

Around Europe in many dishes 7: North Welsh seafront meal

On the windswept shore of Ynys Mon, otherwise known as Anglesey Island in North Wales, facing the Menai Strait and Snowdonia, lies the little town of Beamaris. Here we had a rather nice meal sourced mainly from local ingredients, from the bounty of sea and hills, in a restaurant called the Pier House.
Starters were devilled grilled sardines(with a sauce made from tomato, a touch of Worcestershire sauce and a touch of mustard) for me and fried whitebait for David; mains dressed crab and salad for me and Anglesey lamb with braised red cabbage and new potatoes for David. Nice food, nice atmosphere, and reasonable prices! And a great view..

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