We’ve scoured the country to bring you what we think is the most exciting cooking, the best menus and outstanding dining rooms in Wales.
They boast seafood straight off the boat, Spanish-style barbecue, dishes that could be works of art, beachside restaurants and Michelin stars.
The choice of places to eat in Wales has never been better. Six of these restaurants have Michelin stars and all across the country talented, bold chefs are making it their mission to show off the best of Wales’s outstanding ingredients. You can see the 50 best pubs in Wales here.
There are several new entries on this year’s list. Alongside them, the more celebrated restaurants continue to enhance their reputations, though some previously well-established restaurants have departed: The Checkers in Montgomery gave back its Michelin star and rebranded itself as a daytime bistro, while Sosban, one of the best restaurants and most striking dining rooms in Carmarthenshire, closed down suddenly in February.
You’ll be dying to eat in them just as soon as you can get a table – some have very long waiting lists.
They are listed below in no particular order: 50 brilliant places to eat in Wales this year.
1. Ynyshir, Eglwys Fach
Ynyshir stakes a strong claim to be the very best restaurant in the country, and has been named as such by several prestigious food guides as its reputation for excellence goes from strength to strength.
In the last 12 months, Ynyshir has been named the best restaurant in Wales (and fifth best in Britain) by the Good Food Guide, which also named its chef, Gareth Ward, as the country’s best. It also made the Top 50 of the Harden’s Best UK Restaurants guide and retained its star in the 2019 Michelin Guide.
Everything about it – from its peaceful setting between coast and mountains on the southern fringes of Snowdonia, to its charming bedrooms – make it everything a destination restaurant with rooms should be.
But it’s the food that’s truly memorable and at a standard few kitchens can match. Its mantra remains “flavour-driven, fat-fuelled and meat-obsessed”. It serves only a £150 18-course tasting menu, fusing Welsh ingredients with Asian flavours (one of the desserts is chocolate with mushroom). This is what it takes to run it.
Sample dish: The 18-course taster menu features dishes like salt Wagyu rib with shiitake, sweet and sour mackerel and Welsh lamb
2. Heaney’s, Cardiff
Since moving from The Great House in Bridgend to his own restaurant in Cardiff’s Pontcanna, Tommy Heaney has gone from strength to strength and his restaurant is always busy.
Serving up top-class sharing plates, easy Sunday lunches and cocktails in a chilled-out atmosphere, Heaney’s is a place to eat great food at your own pace.
The menu is always changing, depending on what fresh ingredients are on offer and there’s a great wine list too. You can either treat it as a tapas menu, where you choose the number of dishes you like, or a tasting menu, where you’ll get served the dishes marked with a star. Either way, you’re guaranteed food that’s beautifully cooked and presented.
Sample dish: Crab risotto, Welsh lamb with anchovy and salted caramel, yoghurt and honeycomb (above)
3. Sosban and the Old Butchers, Menai Bridge
Unlike any other restaurant in Wales, the Michelin-starred Sosban and the Old Butchers is located in what used to be a butcher’s shop. Its dishes are created using the best of what’s available locally on the day.
They serve tasting (or ‘surprise’ menus) only — at £94 per person for dinner or £50 for lunch — and you could face a long wait. They are booked up on Saturday nights for the rest of the year. These are the Welsh restaurants with the longest Saturday night wait for a table.
Sample dish: Sardines with feta ice cream
4. Palé Hall, Bala
This five-star chateau hotel and fine dining restaurant has a three AA rosette rating. Their kitchen is headed up by chef Gareth Stevenson.
You can choose from the lunch and dinner (or classics) menu, or the six and 10-course taster menus featuring dishes like roast halibut, fennel, globe artichoke and caviar. The tasting menu also includes roast scallop, poached lobster with yuzu, spiced coconut and bok choy as well as roast squad pigeon.
Sample dish: Denbighshire wood pigeon with blueberry, savoy cabbage, croustillant
5. Pysgoty, Aberystwyth
Right on the harbour-front in Aberystwyth, Pysgoty specialises in fish and seafood dishes – and how. It’s caught by fishermen in Cardigan Bay and the restaurant boasts some of the finest fish-cooking you’ll get anywhere in Wales.
Sample dish: Half a lobster, herb butter, saute potatoes, organic leaves
6. Slice, Swansea
The restaurant elevates humble ingredients into the stratosphere, and there’s a wonderfully welcoming atmosphere at Slice, one of the smallest restaurants on this list. It’s run by business partners Adam Bannister and Chris Harris, who have been cooking together since college and in high end restaurants around the country.
It’s unsurprisingly in the Michelin and Good Food guides for 2019. Dinner starts at £42 for three courses, or there’s a six-course tasting menu (featuring dishes like dressed white crab, brown meat panna cotta, avocado and compressed watermelon) for £55.
Sample dish: Wild boar loin, belly & cheek, pickled red cabbage, celeriac fondants, apple
Penally Abbey says its two AA rosette restaurant is all about the best local, seasonal ingredients it can get its hands on. That means seaweed foraged from the beautiful beaches of Pembrokeshire, as well as homegrown vegetables, herbs and salad. The six and 10-course taster menus are inspired by foraging and fermenting, and head chef Jerry Adam has worked at two of the country’s other finest restaurants, Llangoed Hall and Ynyshir.
8. Llangoed Hall, Llyswen
An exceptional place, the cooking at this country house in the Wye Valley is imaginative, ambitious and impressive. The food is as beautiful as the setting.
Head chef Nick Brodie serves up some of the most visually beautiful food anywhere in Wales at Llangoed Hall, ranging from Sunday lunch to eight-course tasting menus (featuring dishes like langoustine, coffee bisque and foie gras) and private dining. Brodie also represented Wales in 2017’s Great British Menu.
Sample dish: Lemon sole, squid, artichoke and royal kombu (kelp)
9. Restaurant James Sommerin, Penarth
James Sommerin has long been one of Wales’ top chefs, whether at The Crown at Whitebrook, where he made his name, or at his eponymous Penarth restaurant. His standards are sky high, his food is amazing and he was awarded a Michelin star in 2016 that he’s kept since.
Choose from a la carte or tasting menus with six (£65) or nine (£85) courses, featuring dishes like langoustine with samphire and spices or partridge with mushroom, vanilla and onion. And marvel at how even the humblest of ingredients burst with flavour.
Sample dish: Venison, carrot, tarragon and mushroom
10. The Stone Mill, Monmouth
Holding two AA rosettes since 2006, The Stone Mill makes all its pastas, breads, ice creams and pastry on site daily, the mark of a great restaurant. It sources locally as much as possible (the meat from local specialist butcher in Crickhowell) so its menu shows off dishes like braised shoulder or Raglan lamb, or veal with Wye Valley asaparagus.
Sample dish: Loin of veal, truffle and potato puree.
11. Beach House, Oxwich Bay
Boasting one of the most spectacular locations on this list, Beach House is right on the beach looking out over the beautiful Oxwich Bay. Inside, there’s fresh seafood, laverbread loaf and good wine.
The head chef, Hywel Griffith, is another sparkling chef to have passed through the kitchen at Ynyshir, and he also ran the kitchen at at the Freemasons at Wiswell, the first pub in the UK to be awarded a cooking score of 7/10 in The Good Food Guide.
Sample dish: Oxwich Bay lobster, crispy sweetbread, charred gem lettuce, fondant potato, grapefruit butter sauce
12. Hare and Hounds, Aberthin
The head chef grew up nearby and had his first pint in this pub and restaurant in the heart of Vale of Glamorgan countryside. Since then, he’s worked in one of Britain’s most highly regarded restaurants, St John in London. Although the Hare and Hounds is a thriving watering hole for locals, the separate dining room serves brilliant food from a menu that changes daily. In the winter it’s cosy and welcoming, in the summer light and airy.
Sample dish: Leg and loin of wild rabbit, bacon, pea, girolles and confit potatoes
13. Asador 44, Cardiff
Asador is Spanish for barbecue or grill. So, not surprisingly, the speciality at this restaurant, which has quickly become a Cardiff go-to, is meat. The 500g entrecote is for two to share and is a stunning piece of meat bursting with flavour. Round off the meal by choosing from their delicious Spanish cheeses, helped along by a nice little Spanish brandy.
Sample dish: Slow roast suckling pig, smoked morcilla, caramelised onion, charred shallot, courgette
Bryn Williams is a regular guest chef on Saturday Kitchen and his London restaurant, Odette’s, is among the most highly regarded in the city. His relatively new Welsh restaurant was awarded a Bib Gourmand in the 2019 Michelin Guide, one of only three in Wales.
A proud Welshman, Bryn returned to his roots to open this restaurant, a stone’s throw from the beach. The menu is full of Welsh produce, sourced as locally as possible.
Sample dish: Sage gnocchi, curd, garden vegetables
15. Mawddach, Llanelltyd
This restaurant was built in an outhouse on Ifan Dunn’s family farm and he’s now the head chef, having been named Welsh Young Chef of the year, achieving AA best Restaurant in Wales and presenting a weekly cooking slot on S4C. He runs the restaurant with his brother.
You’ll find it in the heart of beautiful Snowdonia, with beautiful views over the Mawddach estuary that gives the restaurant its name. You’ll also find a reassuringly uncomplicated approach to cooking stunning ingredients.
Sample dish:Pasta rotolo – rolled homemade pasta stuffed with homemade ricotta, spinach & mushrooms with sage butter & Parmesan
16. Heathcock, Cardiff
The sister pub/restaurant of the Hare & Hounds (above), The Heathcock is the same vibe as its older sibling, with just as fantastic a menu.
It’s a great pub on one side, but also has a separate dining room in which a seasonal menu is served and there’s a kitchen garden. There aren’t many better places to spend a Sunday tucking into tender lamb with a pint of HPA or glass of wine.
Sample dishes: Roast Torgelly Farm lamb, duck fat potatoes, roast red legged partridge
17. Tyddyn Llan, Llandrillo
The menu at Tyddyn Llan changes constantly with the seasons, but one thing is always present: classic cooking of the very highest class. And if you think fine dining is about tiny portions in the middle of big plates, then you haven’t eaten here yet. Start with a drink on the porch looking out over the manicured grounds and countryside beyond, then head into the comforting dining room for Michelin starred chef Bryan Webb’s outstanding food.
Sample dish: Goosnargh duck breast and faggot with confit potato, cider and apple sauce
18. Coast, Saundersfoot
A sleek and modern restaurant built right on the Pembrokeshire coastline, head chef Thomas Hine uses his background as a Padstow native to work his magic with local fish and seafood.
Sample dish: Ryeland Hogget, sweet potato, baby gem, salsa verde
19. Dylan’s, Menai Bridge
Dylan’s is an old boat yard timer store turned into a modern and lively restaurant by the water’s edge. Dylan’s has a mission statement and mantra: “Celebrating the local produce, character and natural beauty of North Wales.” So on its bilingual menu you’ll find the likes of fresh Menai mussels (Cregyn gleision ffres o’r Fenai) and roasted local lobster in garlic butter with skinny fries and salad.
Sample dish: Herb and parmesan crusted hake fillet with creamy mustard leeks, new potatoes and chive oil
20. Cafe At No 4, Carmarthen
Tucked away on a Carmarthen side street, you could easily walk past this unassuming little charm without noticing it. But then you’d miss out on one of the tastiest menus in West Wales.
Sample dish: Roast fillet of sea bass, samphire, pommes puree, Thermidor butter
21. Hang Fire Southern Kitchen, Barry
Business partners Samantha Evans and Shauna Guinn travelled the US to learn the dedication it takes to produce proper barbecue food. And the people of Wales thank them for it. They serve New Orleans soul food classics, award-winning barbecue and loads more.
The bustling restaurant is hugely popular, so the wait to book a table can be a long one (we’re talking weeks!). But it’s well worth the wait – there’s nowhere quite like it.
Sample dish: Brisket and burnt ends – 8-hour smoked beef served on Texas toast
22. The Grove, Narberth
New head chef, Douglas Balish – who came to The Grove from the Michelin-starred Tudor Room at Great Fosters – is putting his own stamp on the fine food at The Grove, which made the 2019 Good Food Guide with an excellent cooking score of 6.
And surrounded by the wonderful local produce of Pembrokeshire and The Grove’s kitchen garden, he’s got plenty to work with. And you can enjoy that food with an informal lunch on the terrace or dinner in the gorgeous, romantic restaurant.
Sample dish: Monkfish, langoustine, cauliflower, curry
23. Salt Marsh Kitchen, Tywyn
Salt Marsh Kitchen takes daily deliveries from its “local food heroes” and cooks them from scratch each day. It’s also owned by a fisherman and has that New England feel.
Sample dish: Seafood thermidor gratin – smoked haddock, mussels, prawns & crab in a thermidor sauce, herb crust topping served in a crab shell
24. Signatures, Conwy
Within the Aberconwy Resort and Spa is this highly regarded restaurant, which has also recently been named among the 100 best restaurants in the UK alongside the likes of The Fat Duck and Tom Kerridge’s Hand and Flowers. In 2017, it was named Wales’ best place to eat at the 2017 British Food Awards.
Sample dish: Lemon sole stuffed with a crab mousse, creamed potatoes, baby ratatouille, fresh asparagus, lobster thermidor sauce
25. The Court at Llansantffraed Court, Clytha
The restaurant is in a beautiful grade II-listed country house hotel in the Monmouthshire countryside. Sourcing most of what it serves from the county where it’s based, it has a la carte and tasting menus, featuring dishes like Welsh venison with sour milk mash and monkfish with chicory.
Sample dish: Fillet of Vaar salmon, fondant potato, leek, fennel, apple, cider
26. On the Hill, Ruthin
It’s based in a 16th century building with dark wood beams, oak floors and intimate lighting, and run by husband and wife team, Rowan and Imogen, who aim for a bistro atmosphere. Lunch is a set menu, while the evening menu is focused on locally sourced and seasonal ingredients.
Sample dish: The Fish Market: Pan fried bream & salmon fillet, cod croquette, hot potted smoked haddock, crispy hake goujon, creamed peas, beetroot tartar dressing, Provençal relish, samphire, sugar snaps, green beans & mange tout, sauté new potatoes
27. Bistro Bermo, Barmouth
The daily specials feature fresh fish from Llandudno and meat from the local butcher.
The vibe is both intimate and casual, but there’s sophistication in the food.
Sample dish: Steak of halibut with green peas, cream & white wine, cream sauce & dill
28. Purple Poppadom, Cardiff
Proof if ever it was needed that British Indian cuisine can be so much more than curry and rice. Anand George’s team serves up Keralan-inspired fine dining that promotes finesse and elegance, experiments with texture and theatre, but never sacrifices flavour.
If you thought tasting menus were just for Michelin-starred restaurants and country houses, think again: Purple Poppadom serves a six-course menu with dishes like sea bass wrapped in banana leaf and coated with a Kerala massala.
Sample dish: Slow braised lamb shank marinated with spices and finished in the tandoor, served with a curried butternut squash mash, intensely flavoured sauce reduction and mint sorbet
29. Restaurant 1861, Cross Ash
Chef Simon King has worked at one of the UK’s best restaurants, the three-starred Waterside Inn in Berkshire. The majority of the vegetables he cooks with come from wife Kate’s father’s nursery in nearby Nantyderry.
Sample dish: Fricassee of pheasant, with grain mustard cream
30. Gliffaes, Crickhowell
You’ll find Gliffaes and its Brecon Restaurant in the glorious heart of the Black Mountains, where head chef Karl Cheetham and his team (most of whom have been there for around 15 years) source meat, cheeses and more from the surrounding rural area.
Dinner is a refined affair: after a drink in the bar perusing the menu, head to the dining room to choose from dishes like seared red snapper with a smoky fishcake, sauce vierge and a caper and cucumber salad.
Sample dish: Crab and Welsh ale tartlet, supreme of guinea fowl
31. The Clink, Cardiff
It’s a fair guess you’ve never eaten anywhere quite like this before – unless you’re one of the diners who’ve already passed the required security checks to eat at this remarkable restaurant inside Cardiff Prison, where inmates cook and serve food of an excellent standard.
Sample dish: Rabbit and pistachio terrine, lemon piccalilli, mustard crostini
32. The Humble Onion, Dinas Powys
It opened in 2017 and this village restaurant has since carved out a fine reputation for the food on its menu, which changes monthly to make sure it stays in season. So it is that the Spring menu features beautiful dishes like crispy lamb breast, roast garlic pomme puree, peas, hazelnut and onions, and minted jus. Just how good does that sound?
Sample dish: Cod loin, razor clams, new potatoes, scorched gem, capers & lemon
33. Plas Bodegroes, Pwllheli
Plas Bodegroes has been among the very best restaurants in Wales for many years and has previously held a Michelin star for 17 years. But it may not be around much longer, so if you want to tick it off your list you should get yourself in gear. The owners are planning to retire, and this house could return to being a private home for the first time in 30 years.
Until then, you can sample a menu that expertly treads the line between simplicity and innovation, getting the very best out of the stunning ingredients on display. You’ll find ingredients like Welsh Black beef, mountain and saltmarsh lamb, free range pork and chicken from local farms. There’s also Welsh cheese, while vegetables, herbs and fruit are picked from the restaurant’s own kitchen gardens.
Sample dish: Wild turbot, asparagus, Jersey Royal potatoes & hollandaise sauce
34. Milkwood, Cardiff
This restaurant in Cardiff’s Pontcanna only opened in 2017 and has swiftly found a place for itself among the top restaurants in the city. The small, independently-owned bistro is owned and run by the people who were also once behind The Potted Pig and Porro, two other highly-regarded Cardiff restaurants. Sourcing quality Welsh and British ingredients and cooking them simply means you’ll find the likes of sewin with leeks and spring lamb on the ever-changing menu.
Sample dish : Creedy carver duck breast, pancetta, onions & pomme anna
35. The Hand, Llanarmon
An old hostelry complete with bags of character, a cosy atmosphere and food which has been awarded two A rosettes under head chef Grant Mulholland.
Sample dish: Roasted, marinated Welsh lamb rump, with cauliflower cheese pureé, lamb bhaji, grilled figs, red wine & red currant reduction
36. The Felin Fach Griffin, Felin Fach, Powys
Right in the middle of the beautiful Brecon Beacons, surrounded by gardens from where much of the produce is grown, boasting the lively atmosphere of a buzzing pub, and the mouthwatering food of a wonderful restaurant. What’s not to like?
It’s one of three places in Wales (and on this list) with a Bib Gourmand from the 2019 Michelin guide.
Sample dish: Silver mullet, confit potato, Savoy cabbage, pancetta, almonds
37. The Harbourmaster, Aberaeron
Dishes as attractive as the colourful quayside on which this boutique hotel sits are the order of the day at the Harbourmaster. As you’d expect from a dining room almost in touching distance of the local fishing fleet, perfect prepared fish is the house speciality.
Sample dish: Whole seabream, courgette, pepper, aubergine, tomato salsa
38. The Hardwick, Abergavenny
No gimmicks, just absolutely brilliant food. That’s the motto owner and chef Stephen Terry lives by at The Hardwick. The cooking is unfailingly top class, and the atmosphere is similarly brilliant. Michel Roux Jr has called it “my favourite Welsh restaurant”.
Sample dish: ‘Merthyr Pudding’-braised beef shin, ox tail & sourdough baked with a little mustard, cheddar cheese & beef stock
39. The Marram Grass Café, Newborough
Famously started off by two brothers as a “greasy spoon in a chicken shed”, The Marram Grass Café gained UK-wide recognition when it made the 2016 Good Food Guide. Now the team which makes up its skilled kitchen can “walk out and see and smell the produce that is growing around us”. That forms the basis of highly refined cooking, which you can sample by way of the eight-course tasting menu for £75 (as well as smaller tasting and a la carte options).
Sample dish: Anglesey aged roast duck, Heritage Carrots, ham hock, duck leg bonbon
40. The Walnut Tree, Llanddewi Skirrid
One of the most experienced chefs (Shaun Hill) in the industry, based at one of the most storied restaurants in the country. Unfussy but consistently immaculate, this is dining of the very highest class.
Sample dish: Cod with Jerusalem artichoke and hazelnut dressing
41. The Potted Pig, Cardiff
Head downstairs into this old bank vault for some huge flavours and generally expert cookery. There are decent vegetarian and fish options, but as the name suggests, it’s carnivores who’ll really be in their element here. Oh, and the selection of gins is a sight to behold.
The show-stoppers here are on the “feasting menu”, which really will make you feel like you’re at some sort of medieval banquet. There’s a whole suckling pig, or a roast rib of beef, or a lamb tasting platter. They’re for a minimum of eight people.
Sample dish: Whole mustard glazed ham hock, honey roasted carrots & parsnips, apple & celeriac slaw
42. Bully’s, Cardiff
A lively and atmospheric restaurant with evidence of the owner’s travel and eating exploits all over the walls. The food makes the best of good ingredients and is packed with flavour without too much fuss.
Sample dish: Rosemary and garlic roasted lamb loin, wild garlic and pea arancini, hispi cabbage, Wye valley asparagus, lamb sauce
43. The Whitebrook, Monmouthshire
Customers who trek to this gorgeous wooded Monmouthshire valley will find delightful dishes lovingly put together with locally sourced and foraged ingredients. It took this wonderful place just 11 months to regain its Michelin star after it reopened. Chris Sharrod has since represented Wales on BBC cooking series Great British Menu.
Well before you’ve tried the food the menu gives a clear sign of the level of cooking we’re talking here: squab pigeon with cauliflower, forced rhubarb, charred kale and wild chervil, followed by Cornish brill with mussel cream, purple sprouting broccoli, brassica and three-cornered garlic. It really is another level.
The dinner tasting menu is £85, or it’s £55 for lunch.
Sample dish: Huntsham Farm suckling pig, caramelised celeriac, pear, lamb’s sorrel
44. The Kinmel Arms, St George
Mains at this countryside restaurant in a 19th century building not far from Abergele include three-way corn-fed chicken with French-style peas, mushrooms, rolled oats and chicken cream. They focus on local fish and meat and try to source as much as possible from Wales and the north-west of England.
Sample dish: Mushroom parfait, shitake jelly, toasted brioche and tarragon butter
45. Y Polyn, Nantgaredig
There’s something so wonderfully welcoming about arriving at Y Polyn after driving down rainy, winding Carmarthenshire lanes. In their own words: “You won’t find foams, gels and technical wizardry on the plate. What you will find is beautiful produce cooked simply and with respect.” Couldn’t have put it better ourselves, especially when we’re tucking into saltmarsh lamb, Welsh beef or the free range, rare breed pork that are the menu’s highlights.
Have a drink in the bar on rustic tables before stepping through to the cosy dining room.
Sample dish: Pan fried fillet of Brixham hake, slow cooked squid, tomato, potato stew and red pepper rouille
46. Wolfscastle, Wolf’s Castle
Sitting in the heart of Pembrokeshire, Wolfscastle makes the most of the wealth of fresh Welsh produce on its doorstep (on land and from the sea). Start with grilled mackerel, pickled fennel, kiwi and samphire before trying the seared tenderloin of pork with pease pudding and smoked pancetta.
Wolfscastle started life in 1600s as a simple cottage, before being redesigned into a seven-bedroom vicarage. The restaurant now has two AA rosettes.
Sample dish: Herb crusted rack of lamb, laverbread and leek croquet, minted new potatoes, spring vegetables, red wine jus
47. The Shed, Porthgain
At the very end of a narrow road before the tiny village of Porthgain stops at the Irish Sea you’ll find the wonderful Shed. you can’t get more maritime than this without getting on a boat. Look out over the harbour, abandoned brickworks and the cliffs rising on either side while eating fresh seafood like Porthgain crab with concasse tomatoes and coriander oil or fresh scallops pan-seared with salsa verde and a chorizo crumb.
The Shed calls itself a fish and chip bistro but there’s much more to it than that, as the crowds trying to get a table will testfiy.
Sample dish: Whole sea bream, baked and served whole with garlic, lemon and a fennel and apple salad
48. Castle Cottage, Harlech
You’ll find this cute stone cottage tucked just behind Harlech Castle. Its elegantly appointed dining room serves up the best local produce from the foothills of nearby Snowdonia, with a lovely modern twist, from a menu that changes with the seasons.
Sample dish: Boned & rolled suckling pig with red cabbage, sage potatoes, black pudding, apple sauce and a Calvados jus
49. Manorhaus, Ruthin
Sit in the conservatory dining room of this tastefully modernised Georgian townhouse and enjoy classic Welsh cooking with a highly finessed French twist.
Sample dish: Seabass fillet, risotto cake, pea & broad bean salad, asparagus Cherry tomato confit, Hollandaise
50. Casanova, Cardiff
As authentic an Italian restaurant you’ll find outside Italy, the menu at Casanova focuses on just a few classic dishes done brilliantly. Think ragu, calamarata ai frutti di mare and risotto al funghi.
Sample dish: Roasted rump of Welsh lamb, cauliflower puree, caramelized cauliflower, roasted courgette and new potatoes
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