Review on Barratts at Ty'n Rhyl

Reputedly the oldest building in Rhyl on a site dating back to the days of the Black Prince the Barratts' delightful stone-built restaurant-with-rooms stands in immaculate grounds away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist trail.

Daily-changing menus are served in the pleasing, wood-floored dining room and the kitchen draws heavily on plentiful local supplies. A starter of breast of wood pigeon in blackberry sauce could precede medallions of pork fillet with mushrooms, onions, white wine and peppers or roast fillets of sea bream and sea bass on a bed of fluffy potato with dill cream sauce, before passion fruit brle with coconut sorbet or strawberry pancakes with hot toffee sauce.

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Modern Welsh


David Barratt

Restaurant Opening Times

Lunch: Sun (Wed lunch club)
Dinner: Tue-Sat

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Facilities at Barratts at Ty'n Rhyl

  • Disabled access


Barratts at Ty'n Rhyl
167 Vale Road
LL18 2PH

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