Monty's in Brynteg, near Benllech

by E and C Parry
(Cheshire)

Storws Wen Golf Club<br>Brynteg near Benllech

Storws Wen Golf Club
Brynteg near Benllech

Dear Wil


MONTYS Restaurant in Brynteg - at Storws Wen Golf Club

Limited opening hours so it's always best to ring first. Brilliant food at amazing prices. The Chef will accommodate dietry needs.

it is a Hidden Gem...This is the third year we have been using it.

WE WILL BE BACK NEXT YEAR!

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Jan 08, 2012
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Really good ... but......
by: Chris

Chris here again, Wil

We have been to Monty's a number of times. First the good points:

The food is really good and excellent value. The place is clean and tidy. The staff are very nice and helpful people.

I would say it's a place to try and see how you get on, I am sure that you will enjoy it.

Just a few suggestions that would make it even better. Put the heating on before you open. It can be quite cold.

Also, some background music would help create a more friendly atmosphere.

BUT! don't let these comments put you off going.

Chris

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