A Visit to Othello’s, Llandudno Restaurant

Restaurants in LlandudnoRestaurants in Llandudno are easy to find, but finding one which offers a delicious menu, seaside views and an elegant dining room can be a slightly more difficult task.

Thankfully, we’ve scoured and tasted dishes from all around the seaside town, to help make your decision a little bit easier. One restaurant which stood out in particular was Othello’s, which is situated within the Cae Mor hotel.

The Cae Mor can be found on the promenade of Llandudno, and both the hotel and restaurant offers beautiful and unbeatable views of the sweeping coast. It wasn’t just the views which impressed us, the restaurant itself was a delight to sit in, featuring a perfect combination of Victorian and contemporary furnishings.

Restaurants in LlandudnoWe believe that an excellent restaurant experience does not simply rely on the food itself, but the overall atmosphere of the night. The Cae Mor certainly offered us the full package – great food, great views from the restaurant and a great atmosphere.

The restaurant is also in the perfect location for those who are visiting Venue Cymru. In fact, it was right next to the venue, making it very easy for theatregoers to nip in for a delicious bite to eat before, or after they’d enjoyed their performances.

When it came to the menu, we were incredibly impressed with the amount of choices available. We were presented with a range of imaginative and rather mouth-watering dishes from their A La Carte Menu.LlandudnoTo give you a little preview of the starters, you’ll be able to choose from delectable dishes such as deep fried breaded brie, king prawns wrapped in salmon and chicken tikka skewers, but you can expect to find a lot more than this upon your visit.

The delicious starters got us excited to taste our main courses, which were just as enticing. Ribeye steak with a generous helping of homemade chunky chips and a duck leg confit on a bed of crispy rice noodles were soon presented to us, and they certainly did not disappoint our taste buds once (and very quickly) devoured.

It was a struggle to fit any desserts in, but with such a tempting array we couldn’t resist. I opted for the zesty lemon baked cheesecake served with a lemon meringue ice cream, which certainly made me glad I’d kept a little room aside for a treat.

All in all, the Cae Mor’s Othello’s is a fantastic restaurant to visit, especially if you’re attending a show at Venue Cymru on the same evening.

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