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"I have known Ian, the proprietor of Watson's Bistro for more years than I care to remember. He was for many years the caterer at Conwy (Caernarvonshire) Golf Club. Sunday lunches there were excellent. Over the years he has been a chef at many excellent restaurants and hotels. The premises where the ..."Bistro is situated was originally a blacksmith's smithy bordering the outer side of the Conwy town walls.Some years ago it was transformed into its present state as a Bistro Restaurant. It is now Ian's domain.
Three of us had an evening Sunday dinner there under the early birds rules for under £20.00. Drinks, starters, main courses and deserts could not be faulted. Sauvignon Blanc Los Espinos, from Central Valley,Chile was the chosen wine - an excellent dry wine. Our chosen starters were seafood and herb fritters with homemade tartar sauce (2) and Watsons chicken liver pate with spiced apple chutney, mains were grilled fillet of cod with leeks and a white wine sauce and braised ox cheek wi...
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"Over the years, the Archway has become better and better. I remember the first ime it opened for business as a chip shop by a certain Derek Watts some forty odd years ago, and the premises were directly opposite another chip shop the other side of the street. Say no more!!! The opening meant that th..."ere were then four fish and chip shops in Conwy. Since then it has expanded into a well respected restaurant. Our shopping day is Thursday and very often we have our evening meal at the Archway on our way home.
It is always a delight to have our meal there. Nowhere have we encountered such excellent fried fish in very thin batter. The chips are always crisp and dry. An added incentive is the availability of small bottles of either red or white wine, as well as special prices and smaller portions for senior citizens.
Every visitor to Conwy should look for the Archway which is close to the Bangor Road Arch, one of the five arches in the medieval town's walls.
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