Harden's survey result
Stephen & Bethan Stevens’s converted butcher’s shop is the “best in North Wales” – (surprise) menus morph daily to take account of supply, so “you get what is on offer – all local and fresh”, and uniformly “terrific”. Top Tip – “booking is a MUST, as it may be months before a table becomes available”.
“Perfection on a plate” – Stephen and Bethan Stevens’s converted old butchers shop on the Isle of Anglesey has won culinary fame (including from the Tyre Men) for its menus created based on availability on any given day: “a fantastic ‘surprise’ using ingredients married together that you wouldn’t always expect but work perfectly. Steve and Bethan work wonderfully together – one of the highlights is to see Steve putting together the dishes on the pass”.
“You don’t know what you are going to get” at this “small” but stylish venue in an old butcher’s, but the leap of faith is “well worth it” given the “really special” results: “every dish is perfectly prepared and follows on extremely well from the one before”. By all accounts “they have deserved their recently awarded Michelin star”.
“Anglesey’s hidden gem”; in an old butcher’s, this “amazing and exciting” fine dining spot continues to inspire adulation for its “clever combination of ingredients and painstaking presentation” (“saved from pretension by the quiet, friendly service and plain furnishings”). “It’s only a matter of time for this special place to gain recognition all over the UK and even the world!”.
Sosban & The Old Butcher's Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Tasting menu only. Didn’t expect to find a place of his quality in Menai Bridge. Dishes are excellent all round (with a hint of Noma), decor is a bit unimaginative but they’re constrained by being in a Listed building"
|Wine per bottle||£20.00|
1 High St, Menai Bridge, Menai Bridge, LL59 5EE
|Thursday||7 pm‑11 pm|
|Friday||7 pm‑11 pm|
|Saturday||12:30 pm7 pm‑11 pm|