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Glasfryn

Raikes Lane, Sychdyn, Mold, CH7 6LR +44 1352376959

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Opening hours
Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 21:30
Sunday: 12:00 - 21:00

We regularly visit this pub and it was as good as ever

Anthony Gray 03 April 2016
from Penyffordd

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A lively country pub in Mold, Glasfryn boasts a glittering array of awards and recommendations, including CAMRA Regional Pub of the Year for 2006, and Good Pub Guide County Dining Pub of the Year in 2008. Refurbished by award-winning pub group, Brunning & Price, Glasfryn offers a sophisticated gastro pub experience.

Refined pub dishes on the Glasfryn menu include a duck trio of pan-fried breast, crispy leg and faggot, with blackberry sauce, parsnip puree and bubble and squeak cake, and a sumptuous roast sea bass fillet with prawn sauce and a warm new potato salad. Traditional pork and leek sausages are served with smooth onion gravy and mash, and precede delectable desserts like lemon and Welsh honey cheesecake with berry compote.

A sophisticated wine list at the Glasfryn pub in Mold can be enjoyed on the paved al fresco area, which offers beautiful countryside views. High-vaulted ceilings within the pub’s vintage interior are supported by rustic timber beams, while giant potted plants add a refreshing splash of green.

Glasfryn sits in a tranquil spot in North Wales, next to the Clwyd Theatr Cymru.

Glasfryn

Raikes Lane, Sychdyn, Mold, CH7 6LR

Contact +44 1352750500
Reservations +44 1352376959
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Customer reviews for Glasfryn

4.5 (((() (based on 74 reviews)
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  • dinner (59)
  • lunch (50)
  • views (46)
  • large parties (24)
  • value (24)
  • child friendly (15)
  • al fresco (13)
  • romantic (13)
  • private dining (11)
  • trendy (11)
  • afternoon tea (10)
  • business (8)
  • luxury (5)
  • breakfast (1)
  • ((((( 5 May 2016 by Elizabeth from Chester

    I find here relatively often and the good is always good. If you let them know you are visiting the theatre service is quick. Good wine list too.

  • ((((( 2 May 2016 by Julian Bates from Exmouth

    just great.... its like travelling 1st class eating here.

  • (((** 20 April 2016 by Bob Gresty from Mold

    Table to near till, child meal poor.

  • ((((* 18 April 2016 by Margaret Bates from Mold

    Revamped Glasfryn was welcoming and our table ready. However, table was disappointing/ a bit squashed for 4 - especially considering had to 'shoehorn' in past table of 6 and there was a much nicer/ larger table reserved for 6 pm (ours was booked for 5.30) that was still unoccupied when we left at 7.15! Drinks quickly served as was very good food. Waiting on staff were friendly and helpful. Quality and quantity of food great apart from far too few 'buttered greens' with ample portion of pork and leek sausages. Coffee was perfect strength. Always enjoy little nibble with coffee. (Tiny this time!). Prices are on high side for a pub.

  • ((((* 12 April 2016 by David Dudley from Saint Asaph

    Excellent service and tasty food. Drinks on the expensive side.

  • ((((( 3 April 2016 by Anthony Gray from Penyffordd

    We regularly visit this pub and it was as good as ever

  • ((((( 1 April 2016 by John Morgan from Mold

    As always excellent, good food, good service, good location.

  • ((((( 29 March 2016 by Julie Gerke from Runcorn

    Excellent food and service

  • ((((( 28 March 2016 by Amanda Browne from Frimley Surrey

    Excellent food and service.

  • ((((( 26 March 2016 by Grace Brown from Mold

    Lovely location. Newly refurbished, in and out., keeping the country feel.,pet friendly. Attentive staff. Food choice and prices very good. I loved the leek & potato pie.

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