PEN y Bont Farm is probably a familiar sight to those who travel around Mold regularly.
Having previously enjoyed a lovely meal there, my wife jumped at the chance for a return visit.
The family-friendly restaurant has a modern yet rustic atmosphere that lends itself well to an enjoyable dining experience.
Situated on Chester Road, off the roundabout and Mold bypass, Pen Y Bont Farm is easy to find and boasts plenty of parking.
Also adding to the overall experience were the friendly and efficient staff.
Glancing at the menu revealed a wide array of dishes and a varied selection of alcoholic and soft drinks.
The specials menu also offered a varied selection of dishes.
After perusing the aforementioned menu, I ordered the 20oz mixed grill, served with salad and chips, opting for a peppercorn sauce to go with it.
The rump steak, gammon, lamb, pork and Cumberland sausage were all excellently cooked, and the meal was
My wife decided on the risotto with cod, salmon and swordfish from the specials menu.
As she is expecting a baby, she could not have the swordfish, but kitchen staff were happy to substitute the swordfish for extra salmon.
She was equally as impressed with her well-presented and tasty main course.
For dessert, my choice was a delicious cherry pie sundae, boasting vanilla and cherry ice cream, sugar dusted puff pastry and whipped cream – finished with a tangy cherry coulis.
The dessert of choice for my wife was a salted caramel, pecan and fudge brownie – and it was another treat for the tastebuds.
How it rated:
Food quality 9/10
Children welcome – yes
Disabled access – yes
It’s fair to say that we both thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Pen Y Bont Farm and will definitely visit again.
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