The Pilot Boat Inn in Dulas

by Bryan
(Moelfre)

P'nawn da Wil,


The food in the Pilot Boat is always superb and varied,and made with local produce where possible, as well as being served near enough all day.

The Chef produced a fantastic game pie two weeks ago and were it not that mine was the last portion I would have been tempted to ask for another as a take away!

What is equally important is that the food is very reasonably priced - perhaps a bit more expensive in summer when the place is usually filled to capacity with visitors, but well worth a visit all the same.

The pub itself is the nearest thing to a quirky museum you will ever find, with hardly a square inch of wall space left from which to hang more pictures and other memorabilia.

Go on, pay it a visit - I can guarantee that you will not be disappointed.

Needless to say I have no connection with the pub other than as a very satisfied and frequent customer.

***** and no mistake!

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Feb 13, 2012
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The Pilot Boat
by: Island Regular

Consistently one of the best pub eateries on the island. Busy most of the time which tells you a lot, but the staff are excellent and keep the covers turning without any long waits.
Decent pint too !!




Dear Island Regular,

COVERS?

You owe me a pint, friend.

Send me a few pictures of your pub and I'll be more than happy to publish them on Anglesey Hidden Gem.

It's a busy looking pub I agree with you, And somewhere interesting for the kids to play.

Have a great season,

Wil


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