Conwy can lay claim many great places to eat with a varied choice and many within a few minutes walk of The Hidden Chapel.
For those fish lovers, Conwy Mussels are not to be missed. Most of Conwy Restaurants will have them on the menu when in season (usually between September – April).
Browse the following list for a sample of Restaurants in Conwy.

Watsons Bistro
Watson’s Bistro is a family run affair nestled against the town walls just around the corner from The Hidden Chapel in Conwy. Using only the finest locally sourced produce to create wonderful dishes that are all homemade. Giving a truly memorable dining experience offering both a lunchtime menu and an evening a la carte menu.
The sumptuous desserts, homemade ice creams and sorbets must not be missed.

Alfredo’s Italian Restaurant
Located right next door to The Hidden Chapel on Lancaster Square, Alfredo’s offers good quality Italian food in a retro setting. This lovely family run Conwy Restaurant is Conwy’s best loved restaurant, popular with both local and visitors alike.
A wide choice on the menu offering something for everyone.
Alfredo’s is a historic building with many stories and even includes a 13th century Wishing Well located in it which dates back to the building of the castle.

Dawsons Restaurant
Located within the Castle Hotel on the High Street. Using locally sourced produce and with an eclectic menu to enjoy in beautiful surrounding. With the help of Consultant Chef Graham Tinsley, who is the Manager of the Welsh Culinary Team, the team are passionate about food and this shows in their dishes.

The Archway Restaurant

Located on Bangor Road with an American style dinner offering a traditional fish & chip style menu open until 8.30pm. Also licensed so you can enjoy a beer or a glass of wine with your meal.
Takeaway service also available.

The Fishermans Chip Shop

Located on Castle Street this is a family run fish & chip restaurant. With plenty of dishes from an extensive menu to choose from. These include a wide selection of fish dishes, burgers (including a veggie burger), chicken dishes and many daily specials, all at value for money prices. Open until 9pm.
Takeaway service also available.

The Raj

A taste of Asia, The Raj offers Bangladeshi cuisine. Although only small the food is nice and plentiful.
Takeaway service also available.


Located on the High Street offering bistro style food most evenings and days.


Located a couple of miles from Conwy Town at Aberconwy Resort & Spa. Choose from a selection of contemporary British dishes, all freshly prepared & created before your eyes by Executive Chef, Jimmy Williams and his team.


Nestled within the Conwy cobbled streets you will find many Tea Rooms & Cafés. Whether it is a light meal or cup of fresh coffee, there is somewhere to sit and take breath whilst exploring the town of Conwy.

Conwy Coffee Shops

Time Cafe Bar on Castle Street (live music from 8pm the 1st Wednesday of every month)

On Lancaster Square

The Press Rooms
At the entrance to Conwy Castle in Rosehill Car Park

Tower Coffee House
On Tower Square opposite Conwy Castle

Conwy Chez Illy
On Lower Street near Conwy Harbour

L’s Coffee & Book Shop
On the High Street

Conwy Pantry
On the High Street

Conwy Tea Rooms

Castle Tea Gardens
On Castle Street

Anna’s Tearoom
Above the Outdoor shop on Castle Street

Pen-y-Bryn Tearooms
On the High Street

Conwy Fish & Chips and Takeaways
The Archway on Bangor road with an American style dinner and open in the evening

The Galleon
With large dinning area at the bottom of the High Street

On Castle Street and with a serving hatch on the Harbour front.

Conwy Kebab
On Berry Street.


An Overview of Conwy Pubs
The town can boast 9 Conwy pubs including the renowned award winning Albion Ale House voted the Best Pub in Wales for real ale in both 2013 & 2014. Whether you are looking at sampling a local real ale, grabbing a pub lunch or meeting some of the interesting locals, there is a pub for you.
Due to the position of Conwy on the coach route from London to Dublin via Holyhead at one time there were almost 50 inns within or beside the walled town.
We have four great local North Wales breweries each of which have many award winning real ales for sale in some of the pubs. These include Conwy Brewery, Great Orme Brewery, Purple Moose Brewery and Nant Brewery.
Below you can read more about each pub.

Albion Ale House – Bangor Road
Without doubt this is the best Conwy pub, offering a completely unique experience in Conwy.  The above four local breweries are the inspiration behind the Albion after joining forces to re-open this pub in 2012. With its amazing selection of real ales, open fires and 1920’s decor in keeping with history of the building. The Albion Ale House does not have any TV, jukebox or arcade machines, this is a place to enjoy a great drink and conversation in a relaxing ambience.
Although they do not serve meals you can enjoy a selection of tradditional savoury snacks including Edwards of Conwys award winning pork pies. Dog friendly.

Liverpool Arms – Conwy Harbour
With the perfecting setting on Conwy Harbour is the historical Liverpool Arms. A small quaint pub where you can enjoy a drink in front of the open fire in the winter or sit outside during the warmer days and enjoy the views over the harbour.
A relic from the era when Conwy was a thriving port. It is said to have been named by the first owner who was a ships captain who sailed between Conwy and Liverpool. According to legend a ghost appears at the Liverpool Arms as a sign that someone is soon to die. This is accompanied by a strong scent of vanilla in the air. In medieval times vanilla was a cargo landed at Conwy.
They do not serve food.

The Erskine Arms – Rosehill Street
The Erskine Arms – a traditional Georgian coaching inn which opened in 2017 after a major refurbishment to a high standard. Offering great food & drink in beautiful surroundings and with great service.

Ye Olde Mail Coach – High Street
One of the oldest hostelries in Conwy. Named after its usage in the 18th and 19th centuries as a resting point for coachmen whilst their passengers enjoyed a spot of sightseeing or rest in their arduous journeys through North Wales.
Meet some local characters whilst enjoying a cheap drink. Hot food served all day every day.

The Bluebell- Castle Street
Lively pub which serves homemade food all day. Several real ales and a Beer garden to the rear. Live music on certain nights. Also quiz night on Monday’s.

The Bridge Inn – Rosehill Street
The Bridge Inn – under the same ownership as the Albion Ale House and completed a major refurbishment at the end of 2015. Relaxed family atmosphere with the same great ales as the Albion. Serves good food: Mon-Thurs Noon til 3pm & 5pm til 8.30pm / Fri – Sun Noon til 6pm.
Dog friendly. Located across from Conwy Castle.

George & Dragon – Castle Street
George & Dragon – a nice pub which completed a major refurbishment during 2015. Serves several real ales and great valued food all day. There is also a separate dining area and large beer garden. Theme every nights including Steak nights, Curry nights and quiz night on Wednesday.

The Mulberry – Conwy Marina
Although not in Conwy Town Walls The Mulberry is located on Conwy Marina which is a pleasant 15 minute stroll along Conwy River.
Another establishment to have undergone a major refurbishment during 2016 and located on Conwy Marina with great views. Contemporary food in a stylish modern venue. The Mulberry is named after the famous Mulberry Harbours which were constructed on this very location on Conwy Morfa. The Mulberry Harbours were the portable harbours developed by the British to assist with the D-Day Allied Invasion of Normandy during World War II.

Ye Olde White House – Bangor Road
Ye Olde White House – a 10 minute walk from Conwy Town, this friendly pub serves lovely homemade food using locally sourced produce. With live music a few times a week, quiz night on Tuesday’s.