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Y Sgwar in Gwynedd

8,6

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Just back from the Sgwar. Lovely warm welcome on a Wednesday night. The restaurant has just had a refit and what a difference. And the food is still excellent. Tonight 4 of us enjoyed soup, tacos and mussels to start, Chicken, duck and lamb as mains and sticky toffee pudding for afters. Superb. Looking forward to our next visit already.
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27 February 2019
10.0
Friends invited us to Y Sgwar (The Square) on a Thursday evening in February. Apparently, there have been extensions to the building, decoration and other changes in recent weeks - it all looked very nice to us.
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28 February 2019
10.0

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29/01/2019: We were in Dolgellau for a winter weekend break staying at Y Meirionnydd Hotel but found ourselves spending more and more time here. The staff are really friendly and professional and the food is beyond delicious...we had soup and Welsh rarebit, wine too and even on the recommendation of Terri tried the wine tasting experience. For £5 each my husband and I tried 5 wines each - 35ml of fun, and we learnt something too! This is the best place for a light bite in Dolgellau. Great atmosphere.
13/02/2019: We have stopped off here several times on our way up north for coffee and scones. The premises is really attractive and the wine cellar is great. I bought several bottles of wine from the cellar and was thrilled to bits with them. I will definitely be dropping by again to stock up on supplies. Its a great place to buy a presents with a whole wall shelf dedicated to Welsh produce. Always a warm welcome, looking forward to making time to eat lunch here.

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