Situated on The Square in Llanfyllin, “Something Tasty” is a traditional café serving freshly prepared hot and cold food including: all-day breakfasts, jacket potatoes, sandwiches, salads, children’s meals, curry, chilli, cottage pie and gammon to eat in or take away.
We also serve a roast dinner every Thursday from 12 noon until 2pm. It is advisable to book.
Home-made ready meals are available to take home and re-heat yourselves. Please ask for details.
On Friday and Saturday evenings, the café becomes a takeaway serving home-made pizza; burger, chicken strips and fries.
Café: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday – 8am to 4pm.
Saturday - 8:30am - 4pm.
Pizza: Friday and Saturday – from 6pm to 10pm.
Closed Wednesdays, Saturdays and Bank Holidays
Address: Something Tasty Café, Liverpool House, Market Street, Llanfyllin, Powys SY22 5BX
Contact: Sian Jones
Telephone: 01691 649121
Serving – Dwyfor Fairtrade Coffee and Speciality Teas – Vegan, Veggie Meaty Meals – Welsh Maid Real Dairy Ice Cream – A variety of non-alcoholic drinks.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday – 9:30am til 4:30pm.
Tuesday – 9:30am til 12:00 noon.
Tuesday – 12:15pm til 1:15pm Nosh da (Community lunch – pay as much has you feel)
Tuesday – 1:30pm til 3:00pm Café Church
Address: The Cross Keys, High Street, Llanfyllin SY22 5AT
Contact: Shan and Darren Mayor
Telephone: 07891 592710
The Railway Inn is an 18th century traditional village pub serving a great selection of home cooked food. From gammon and eggs to chicken & stilton in mushroom sauce, proper pies and delicious puddings all using local produce when possible. Vegetarian and Gluten free options. Dine in the restaurant or in the bar by the log burner where dogs are welcome. A selection of real ales available. Music Night is the first Wednesday of every month.
Address: The Railway Inn, Pen-y-Bont Fawr, Oswestry, SY10 0NU
Contact: Terry Davies
Telephone: 01691 860447
Located In a small pretty hamlet 4 miles from Lake Vyrnwy Cartref offers morning coffee, a light snack lunch, afternoon tea or a three course evening meal served from 5pm so why not call on your way home. Usually open 10 am - 9 pm most days feel free to phone to check.
Address: Cartref Tea Room, Llanfihangel, Powys SY22 5JH
Contact: Philip and Carole Richards
Telephone: 01691 648129
Dafarn Newydd Shop and Petrol Station is situated in the village of Llanwddyn approximately 1 mile from the Dam at Lake Vyrnwy.
The shop is run by Andrew and Colleen Johnson and offers a friendly service to local residents, day trippers and holidaymakers alike, selling a wide range of goods general groceries, fresh fruit and vegetables, bread and cakes, frozen food, off-licence sales, newspapers and magazines, diesel and petrol. The shop is also a licensed outlet for the Health and National lotteries.
Address: Dafarn Newydd Stores, Llanwddyn, Powys SY10 0LT
Contact: Andrew and Colleen
Telephone: 01691 870211
Close to the dam at Lake Vyrnwy, offering a good choice of freshly prepared food and drink from a slice of cake to a satisfying hot toasted baguette. All prepared for you in the open kitchen. Try a smooth, creamy Cappuccino or refreshing ice cream. Open all year. 9.30 am to 4.30 pm.
Address: The Old Sawmill, Lake Vyrnwy, Oswestry SY10 0NA
Contact: Phil Graham
Telephone: 01691 870317
The Cain Valley Hotel offers not only competitively priced accommodation but also good food freshly prepared throughout the day and served in either the restaurant or one of the two bars. The restaurant 3 course dinners include garlic mushroom and chicken liver pate starters. Delicious lamb casserole or local steak cooked to your taste followed by sticky toffee pudding or chocolate, amaretti and hazelnut parfait to finish. Traditional bar meals like scampi, gammon, steak and ale pie or home made curries are available also home made soup, sandwiches and baguettes.
Address: The Cain Valley Hotel, High Street, Llanfyllin, Powys SY10 5AQ
Contact: Mark and Linda Rosser
Telephone: 01691 648366
Our Head Chef David Thompson has gathered a vibrant & talented brigade together to produce food for our rosette awarded restaurant. The main emphasis is to cook creative yet wholesome food, using seasonal fresh local produce for which Wales and its borderlands are renowned. The hotel has the sporting rights to the estate and in season much of the game shot finds its way to the kitchen. Don’t expect formality - just good service and a friendly approach. During the summer months enjoy your lunch (Mon – Sat) alfresco style on our dining terrace over-looking the lake. Our wine list has over 100 listings, ranging from affordable drinking, to fine wines for the connoisseur.
Address: Lake Vyrnwy Hotel & Restaurant, Lake Vyrnwy, Llanwddyn, Nr Oswestry, Shropshire SY10 0LY,
Telephone: 01691 870692
The New Inn is a delightful pub set in the picturesque village of Llangynog, at the foot of the Berwyn Mountains. Enjoy a delicious meal in our cosy lounge with original slate flooring and a log burner.
The menu ranges from home made soup, freshly made sandwiches to our very popular Gammon steak or Scampi. Home made daily specials are also on offer. There is also an outside seating area where you can enjoy the stunning panoramic views. Sunday lunches are available and are also very popular so booking is recommended.
The New Inn is open all day every day with meals served daily.
Address: The New Inn, Llangynog, Powys SY10 0EX
Contact: Pam and Dai Williams
Telephone: 01691 860229
The Old New Inn is a traditional pub built in 1770. Serving good hearty pub food including home made shepherds pie, steak pie and lasagne also a vegetarian and children's menu. Locally sourced ingredients where possible. Drinks include range of traditional cask ales, soft drinks,tea and coffee.
Address: The Old New Inn, High Street, Llanfyllin, Powys SY22 5AA
Contact: Steve and Linda Wilkinson
Telephone: 01691 648449