This was one of many trips after work for a pint or two, most of which have turned into eating! Having eaten here many times I know the score, if you want a table at the weekend you have to book! I on the other...More
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No toad in the hole on the menu, but an imaginative selection otherwise and a reasonably priced special menu. If you are lucky you will have a window looking out at what I understand is the second biggest offshore wind farm in the world. Before...More
Good ambience and located on the promenade Main food selection would appeal to those looking for a substantial and good quality meal. Prices ranged for around £14 upwards with a 2 course fixed menu at £18.95 in evenings. I wanted more of a traditional pub...More
Called here with Grand Children for an evening meal after a long day. Not from the area so had no idea what to expect. Very pleased with meal and surroundings. Highly recommended. Friendly helpful staff.
What a disappointment, we were back in North Wales visiting family and decided to go out for lunch/early dinner and looked up places to eat close to the site we stayed at, the Toad had very good reviews and a few not so good. It...More
The Toad serve the best Sunday roast dinner in the area. Have had the roast beef for the past two weeks and it has been delicious! Huge Yorkshire pudding, beautifully cooked beef, homemade horseradish, roasties, new potatoes and a good variety of vegetables. Staff are...More
Haven't been here for a while, but will be back soon ! 2 choices of menu, both had something for everyone. I had goats cheese bon bons followed by king prawns in batter, just delicious ! hubby had a 10 oz steak, cooked to perfection....More