UK Nut Allergy Friendly Restaurants

Wales

nut_free_restaurantHere are the reviews from fellow nut mums of nut allergy friendly restaurants in Wales.

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Anglesey

Oyster Catcher Restaurant, Rhosneigr

Review submitted by: A nutmum from Bolton on 6 October 2013.

Date last visited: August 2013.

“Menu clearly states which items contain nuts. We informed them on booking and with our order that our son was nut allergic – had a lovely meal and found staff very helpful.”

Red Boat Ice Cream Parlour, Beaumaris

Review #1 submitted by: A nutmum from Bolton on 6 October 2013.

Date last visited: August 2013.

“We found them to be extremely clued up about nut allergy; explained which ice creams were nut free, where/how the ice cream was made, used a new, clean scoop for son’s ice cream; generally very happy to help.”

Review #2 submitted by: Louise on 1 November 2014

Date last visited: October 2014

“We visited the Red Boat Ice Cream Parlour on the recommendation of another nut mum. I explained about my son’s allergy and was offered a choice of vanilla or one of the sorbet flavours. He chose vanilla. The lady went into the back and opened a fresh tub, using a clean scoop for my son’s serving. He couldn’t have their cones (no nuts in the ingredients, but a may contain warning), so they put the ice cream in a little tub for him instead. Would definitely return!”

Spinning Wheel Tea Rooms, Beaumaris

Review submitted by: Louise on 1 November 2014

Date last visited: October 2014

“This is a lovely tea room, close to Beaumaris castle. We were a party of 8 (4 adults and 4 under-4s). They sorted us out with highchairs and toys for the children to play with. They had thrown away the wrappers for some of the products (for example, the sausages, fish fingers) so could tell me they were pretty certain there were no nuts in the ingredients, but were not sure which products had ‘may contain’ warnings. On their recommendation, we opted for the roast beef dinner for my son, which they made with mash potatoes. They checked the gravy mix and there were no nuts listed on the ingredients nor any ‘may contain’ wordings, so he was able to have beef, mash, veggies and gravy. We would go back here if we were ever in Beaumaris again – child friendly and nut allergy friendly, although, on the day we went, only one nut free menu choice.”

The Tavern (formerly Tavern 1924), St David’s Park

Review submitted by: A nutmum from Bolton on 6 October 2013.

Date last visited: August 2013.

“Again, staff more than happy to check each time we ordered an item whether an item contained nuts. Lovely menu.”

The White Eagle, Rhoscolyn

Review submitted by: Louise.
Date last visited: August 2016.

“Fantastic food, child friendly (toys, colouring pages and crayons provided!) and short drive from Rhoscolyn Beach. Reassuringly matter-of-fact that they could cater for severe nut allergies. Would definitely eat there again when next in Anglesey.”

North Wales

Boatyard Inn, Bangor

Review submitted by: Sioned on 31 March 2014.

Date last visited: December 2013.

“Been here few times with my son in a xmas buffet and sunday lunch and barmeal. Staff, chef and landlady always cater for my sons nut allergy. Very trustworth and would eat there anytime. Menu does not specify allergend but chef and staff always accommodate my sons needs”

Corn Mill, Llangollen

Review submitted by: Carys James on 26 February 2016

Date last visited: 2016.

“My child has a peanut and tree nut allergy – we’ve visited this restaurant several times and it’s great. Allergy menu provided and staff amazing.  Most of the time all of the children’s meals are nut free – meaning plenty of choice for my little one. Puddings more tricky but usually couple of choices available.

Feel safe eating at this restaurant.”

Romeo Ristorante Italiano & Pizzeria, Llandudno

Review submitted by: Sioned on 24 February 2014.

Date last visited: November 2013.

“Staff helpfull always keep food separate from nuts they specified they had nuts on a sealed bag for one item in menu excellent and i totally trust staff as we regularly eat there”

Ice cream shop, Portmeirion

Review submitted by: A nutmum from Bolton on 6 October 2013.

Date last visited: August 2013.

“We had a day trip to Portmeirion, which is well worth a visit – however I regretted promising my boys an ice cream each after seeing an open tub of chopped nuts on the counter of the ice cream shop. However, the lady at the counter was more than happy to use a clean scoop (washed before our eyes!) and open up a fresh tub of ice cream for my son, so he could have the first scoop from the new tub, free from any cross contamination. We avoided any sprinkles/toppings in case those chopped nuts had found their way across into them.”

The Pant-yr-Ochain, Gresford, nr Wrexham

Review submitted by: Claire Christian on 20 October 2014

Date last visited: October 2014

“I’d like to recommend the Brunning & Price pub range for eating out with a nut allergy. We have eaten at The Pant-yr-Ochain near Wrexham and The Architect in Chester over the last few weeks and both have been amazing. My LO has eaten different things in each place and thoroughly enjoyed both meals. The waiting and kitchen staff in both pubs were great, very helpful and accommodating.”