The Port Cafe, Deli & Restaurant

Eating Out in Porthmadog,

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The Port Cafe, Deli & Restaurant

Eating Out

'Jenny would like to offer her customers a warm welcome and provide a unique dinning experience within the Snowdonia region. A traditional family business that prides itself on producing homemade food that has something to suit everyone's taste. Established eleven years ago Jenny has developed an ever growing reputation, with locals and visitors alike enjoying the hospitality and treats on offer.

The restaurant offers a wide variety of dining options from early morning breakfast for a hearty start to the day, through lunchtime with daily specials available and Sunday Roast to late afternoon dinning, we also offer a Junior Menu for our younger customers. The Port Cafe, Deli & Restaurant offers the option of a lighter meal or snack, with the deli section within the cafe having a vast array of takeaway available and picnic hampers. Favourites from the deli section include the home roasted meats, pies, salads, with special requests catered for. For those summer days we have outdoor seating available. Special occasions are catered for in the function room and outdoor catering is also provided.

No visit to The Port Cafe, Deli & Restaurant is complete without tasting one of the many puddings on offer, with favourites including Queen of Puddings, Traditional fruit pies, Bread & Butter, Traditional Rice pudding, and a vast array of tray baked treats, with the towering Lemon Meringue Pie always getting extra special attention from Jenny's customers. However, as with the early bird, get there early to treat yourself to these delights.

The The Port Cafe, Deli & Restaurant is able to provide seating for up to fifty in the cafe, eighty in the restaurant and a further forty five in the function room. There is disabled access and toilets available.Jenny's is located in Porthmadog on the High Street next to the Harbour, and two minute walk from the Ffestiniog Welsh Railway. There is customer parking available at the rear of the premises.The Port Cafe & Deli, where possible, endeavours to use local produce including meats from the award winning Glasfryn Parc Farm and dairy from South Caernarfon Creameries.'

Review

“ Life is uncertain. Eat dessert first.” E.Ulmer.
The harbour town of Porthmadog is abundant in maritime history, and provides a wonderful place to stay if you’re exploring beautiful North Wales. Situated on the edge of The Snowdonia National Park, the busy harbour town contains a fab range of shops and attractions, which includes this fab Café and Deli. The welcome from within is both warm and friendly, and run by a lovely, helpful team who work very hard indeed and provide excellent service. Fresh and gorgeous, the food is absolutely top notch in this extremely popular restaurant. From freshly, home cooked breakfasts, Sunday Lunches as well as an impressive Deli, luscious delights include eye-catching desserts, piled high with clouds of whipped cream. Lush.

- Top 100 Review
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Contact Us

High Street ,
Porthmadog,, Gwynedd , LL49 9LP

01766-513760

[email protected]

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