Ty Mawr Country Hotel
Restaurant at Ty Mawr 'Our growing reputation for good food is based upon wholesome Welsh cuisine simply prepared from the finest local ingredients'
Ty Mawr has a growing reputation for its good food, the restaurant features seasonal ingredients to produce a daily-changing menu all food is freshly-cooked to order using locally sourced ingredients
Ty Mawr's suppliers read like a 'who's who' taken from the Real Food manifesto highlighting the importance of fresh, quality local produce.
The restaurant's food is partly organic, and it all contributes to its approach to tasty, wholesome Welsh cuisine simply prepared from the finest ingredients.
- Cream of Spinach, Broccoli and Mint Soup
- Cardigan Bay Crab and Mascarpone Tartlet
- Field Mushroom stuffed with Duxelle and topped with Talley Goats Cheese and Crispy Bacon
- Shell-on Cardigan Bay Prawns with Mayonnaise
Next … Kiwi Fruit Sorbet
Main Courses - served with a selection of fresh vegetables & dauphinoise potatoes
- Welsh Lamb Chops on a Chestnut Pearl Barley Broth
- Fillet of River Teifi, Coracle-caught Sewin (Welsh Sea Trout) on a bed of Creamed Cauliflower
- Pan-fried Escalope of Veal with Capers and Lemon Butter
- Welsh Black Fillet Steak with Pink Peppercorn and Red Wine Sauce (not recommended to be cooked over medium)
- Avocado, Wild Mushroom and Three Welsh Cheese Bake
- Lemon Creams with Calvados Pears
- Grand Marnier Rice Pudding
- A Selection of Welsh Cheeses
- Rhubarb, Ginger and Blueberry Trifle
To Finish - Coffee with Pembertons Petit Fours and Talley Goats Milk Fudge
Ty Mawr's chef (and owner) Steve has excellent relationships with local suppliers so that the majority of the ingredients for his dishes come from the valley itself. Welsh Black Beef comes from a nearby farm that has won an award for its meat from the True Taste Wales Food and Drink Awards 2003-4.
Nearby are the following attractions
National Botanic Gardens
Carreg Cennan Castle
Newton House and Dinefwr Park
Llyn Brianne Dam
Dolaucothi Gold Mines
Llandeusant Red Kite Feeding Station
Llansteffan Beach and Castle
Dylan Thomas' Boathouse and Laugharne Castle
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This page was last updated: 20 June 2010