The Ham Bone Food Hall & Brasserie
Henry Ainsworth moved to Llandudno from Liverpool before ww11.Henry sold news papers on the corner of mostyn street yards from the latest outlet the hambone food hall and brasserie.his son John Ainsworth senior started a butchery business when he was a lad in the 50s going from strength to strength leading up to the 80s and 90s when his children carried on wth Mr Ainsworth to establish a future with the now called Hambone Deli's and the Brasserie built upon quality and value with Mr John Ainsworths award winning and well known PORK PIES , STEAK & ALE PIES and an array of other homemade delicious delicacies.
3/5 Lloyd Street
Llandudno, Conwy, LL30 2UP
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