Valentines Lunch at Llandudno Restaurants

Most of us are in two minds about Valentines’ Day. While some of us think that Valentines’ Day is exactly what’s needed to bring to life one of the dullest, darkest, coldest and quite frankly miserable times of the year, others absolutely dread the thought of Valentines Day, whether they’re single or taken. The pressure to get it right on Valentines’ Day can be absolutely stifling, but one of the best ways to show someone special you care – regardless of your circumstances, married, engaged, or dating, is with a slap-up meal at a top Llandudno restaurant.

Show that someone special just how much you care by taking care of them and bringing them to one of the best places to eat in Llandudno. The St Tudno Hotel is one of the nicest places in this seaside town for fine dining – and there’s such a selection with their special four course dinner at £24.95.

You can start your meal with the choice of a classic – homemade chicken, leek and asparagus soup, or seasonal melons and pineapples, which is layered with parma ham and served on a passion fruit coulis. There’s also the choice of a trio of fresh (and locally sourced!) scallops which are marinated in fresh ginger and served on a bed of rich bury black pudding. For vegetarians, there’s the option of button mushrooms which are simmered in garlic brandy, chive cream sauce, and served with toasted ciabatta.

Sound good? You’ll love the mains even more. Why not enjoy the very best locally sourced Welsh lamb which is accompanied with apricot stuffing, and served on caramelised baby onions. This dish is perfectly finished with rosemary and mint jus. Alternatively, there’s a pan roasted corn fed chicken breast, which is stuffed with welsh cheddar. The chicken is served on a bed of saffron linguine, topped with mushroom tarragon and finished perfectly with white wine cream sauce.

Should seafood be more your thing, there’s the option of salmon which is served on a bed of fresh asparagus, and topped with red pepper and king prawns. For those looking to really push the boat out, there’s also the option of pan seared medallions of local venison, which is served on a bed of spinach and accompanied with button mushrooms, red onions, as well as a lardon of smoked bacon and red wine jus.

Vegetarians will be very well served with a choice of two hearty mains. There’s an oven baked field mushroom with Mediterranean vegetables, complimented perfectly by delicious (and very fluffy) goats cheese. Alternatively, there’s the St Tudno favourite – celery and three bean chilli which is accompanied but a saffron rice toasted ciabatta bread.

For pudding (the best part!) we’re sure that you’ll be in heaven with a choice of sticky toffee pudding accompanied with butterscotch sauce (and of course vanilla ice-cream!) or key lime pie which is served with baileys whipped cream and winter berries. Poached pear is also available, as is the St Tudno’s specially prepared banoffee pie.

You’re more than welcome to finish off with coffee and chocolate mints, all available for a very reasonable £24.95 per person. 


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