Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Class Doesn’t have to be Pretentious

Hunting for an excellent place to eat can be quite arduous. How many of us want a fantastic dining experience, but the thought of food on slabs of slate or wood makes us roll our eyes? While of course there’s nothing wrong with modern dining, for more than a few of us, attentive service, comfortable surroundings and great, hearty food is all that we want.

Othello’s Restaurant in Llandudno is very much an undiscovered treasure within this seaside town, and hosts a variety of wonderful offerings such as their mouthwatering and undeniably special but decidedly not too-over the top Early Bird Menu which is geared toward theatregoers primarily with a variety of offerings. If hearty, well-prepared food is your thing, you can’t go wrong.

With a vast choice of fresh and very appetising starters such as sweet chili battered chicken strips served with a light mayonnaise dip, to hearty and filling mains such as oven baked horseshoe gammon, onto absolutely indulgent desserts such as apple and cinnamon crumble, the Early Bird Menu has all that you need to get a good meal that isn’t woefully overcomplicated.

However, if you’re after something which is a little bit special, the a la carte menu is available at all times for your dining pleasure. How about a starter which consists of stuffed mushroom which is crammed full of garlic Atlantic prawns, then topped with melted blue cheese and garnish?

For your main, how about a double loin of lamb, stuffed with lemon and mint, served on a rustic ratatouille and olive oil mashed potato?


Desert is especially decadent, with baked pear frangipane tart which is served with a warm, rich custard, as an example.  There’s a world of choice with your meal at Othello’s, as well as friendly and attentive staff that truly go out of their way to make sure that you’re very well taken care of.  

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