Moryd Restaurant

Moryd is Welsh for ‘estuary’ and the restaurant is named after the beautiful River Towy which you can see from the tall windows of our Georgian dining room. The food too is inspired by the region: seafood from Milford Haven, Welsh lamb and beef from a family-run butchers in St Clears on the River Taf, fresh eggs from nearby Llanybri, ales from Carmarthenshire breweries and, when available, coracle-caught Sewin fished from the Towy.

At the helm of Moryd’s kitchen, Paul Owen is an experienced, two-rosette chef who trained under master chef Jamie Wilkes at the Ritz Hotel in London.

His passion for local, seasonal produce is reflected in beautifully presented, original dishes spread over a choice of menus.

If you like striking contemporary surroundings and estuary views, the restaurant of this bijou Victorian mansion is the place to be. The kitchen’s general approach is fresh and modern.

The AA

Summer Opening Hours:
from mid February to the end October, Monday to Friday. Lunch: 12.00-2.00pm (last orders 2.15pm). Dinner: 6.00-8.30pm (last orders 8.45pm). And Sunday Lunch: 12.00-2.30pm.
The restaurant is closed on Sunday evenings, (except for residents).

Winter Opening Hours: from November to mid-February the restaurant is CLOSED Monday. Open Tuesday through to Saturday. Lunch: 12.00-2.00pm (last orders 2.15pm). Dinner: 6.00-8.30pm (last orders 8.45pm). Sunday Lunch: 12.00-2.30pm.

Please note: a booking of seven guests or more requires a pre-order of meal choices to enable us to deliver the quality of our 2 AA rosette menu without any delays. We offer a Private Dining experience for larger bookings in the Orangery, please enquire for pricing and menu’s.

Morning and afternoon: coffee or tea and cake is available in the lounge throughout the morning and afternoon…just drop in! For groups of 12 guests or more afternoon tea must be booked in advance. To check availability please contact us on 01267 241 515.

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