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February 23 @ 8:00 am - March 2 @ 5:00 pm
Available during Tapas Llŷn Week 23/02 – 02/03/19
Peli Cranc Bae Nant
Peli cranc lleol wedi’u crasu a’u gweini gyda saws tsili a sinsir.
Nant Bay Crab Balls
Crispy local crab balls served with a chilli and ginger sauce.
Tameidiau ‘Oinc Oink’ Llithfaen
Tameidiau Porc ‘Oinc Oink’ a chorizo mewn saws mwstard grawn cyflawn hufennog.
Llithfaen ‘Oinc Oink’ Bites
‘Oinc Oink’ pork loin bites and chorizo in a creamy wholegrain mustard sauce.
Caws gafr lleol wedi’i ffrio mewn crwst almon gyda mêl
Almond crusted fried local goats cheese with honey
Patatas Bravas Llŷn
Tatws Llŷn a phupur gwyrdd wedi’i goginio gyda garlleg, tsili, cumin, paprika a ‘Halen Môn’.
Llŷn Patatas Bravas
Llŷn potatoes and green pepper cooked in garlic, chilli, cumin, paprika and ‘Anglesey Sea Salt’.
Wyau ‘Tre Ddafydd’ a thatws Llŷn wedi’u gorchuddio mewn saws hufennog trwchus cenin a chaws y Ddraig.
‘Tre Dafydd’ eggs with Llŷn potatoes smothered in a thick creamy leek and dragon cheese sauce.
Croquettes Ham y Chwarelwr
Ham lleol gyda Thatws Llŷn wedi’u ffurfio i barseli cras.
Quarryman’s Ham Croquettes
Local Ham and Llŷn potatoes shaped into crispy parcels.
What is Tapas Llŷn?
Tapas Llŷn was launched for the first time in November 2013, in schools and colleges in the area. The criteria was to include local produce and give Welsh names to the Tapas. Tapas Llŷn week was held for the first time between 24 February – 1 March, 2014 in 5 local restaurants.
The purpose is not to create Spain here in Llŷn but rather, introduce small Welsh meals in a new way that is going to offer something unique to the area for the future. In working together, the brand can put us on the map and we introduce the language in a new way through our food. Be part of the excitement!