Review on The Anglesey Arms
The Anglesey Arms a 200 year old inn is located in the pretty village of Menai Bridge, the first building you pass after you go over the famous Thomas Telford suspension bridge and enter the Isle of Anglesey. This popular neighbourhood pub and restaurant was sympathetically refurbished in the summer of 2011 and now sports a smart contemporary décor.
The kitchen serves traditional home-cooked pub food as well as daily specials using fresh local ingredients. Starters of chicken liver pate infused with garlic and herbs, served with onion confit and toast or spicy breaded king prawns with garlic dip and rocket could feature on the menu. While main courses take in 10oz rib-eye steak from local Llanfair Hall Farm, 21 day matured with hand cut chips, tomatoes, onion rings and field mushrooms or Anglesey mussels in a mariner sauce. There is a carefully selected wine list together with a fine range of JW Lees cask ale.
Service is friendly and welcoming and they have 16 rooms should you decide to extend your stay and enjoy the many local attractions in the area.
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 through until
Dinner: 9.00pm (9.30pm Fri & Sat) (8.30pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card