Dylan’s, the acclaimed waterfront restaurant group in North Wales, situated in the beautiful towns of Menai Bridge, Criccieth & Llandudno, has received gold stars for six of their dine at home products.
The annual awards, which are organised by the Guild of Fine Food, features leading critics, chefs, buyers and restaurateurs selecting the year’s top produce.
Dylan’s popular Fish Pie received Two Stars and the Butterscotch Sauce, Honey & Spelt Bread, Leek & Potato Soup and Cauliflower Mac ‘n' Cheese all received a One Star rating.
The Great Taste Aware are exclusive and illustrious with products receiving a one, two or three-star rating if they are ranked among the best by judges, with the majority receiving no rating at all.
Dylan’s is part of the 10% of entrants that achieved a two star rating with the products that were submitted.
It comes as Dylan’s eyes up expansion into major UK retailers with the launch and extension of its Dine At Home range.
The restaurant has already reported a huge success in demand for it’s at home products and has continued to expand and offer the at home range via store pick up or online.
Founded in 2012, Dylan’s mission statement and constant mantra is to celebrate the local produce, character and natural beauty of North Wales.
The Dylan’s brand, created and owned by David Evans and Robin Hodgson, consists of three award winning waterside restaurants in the beautiful towns of Menai Bridge, Criccieth & Llandudno, The Dylan’s Hub and Dine At Home range.
Well-known establishments by locals and nationwide visitors, Dylan’s has created a menu that celebrates everything good about North Wales.
David Evans, founder and owner of Dylan’s said:
“We are beyond pleased with the recognition from the Great Taste Awards for our range of produce. Myself and the team have worked exceptionally hard over the last few years to deliver the best quality food and we are very proud to receive so many gold stars for our products.
“We are continuing to expand our range of products in the Dine At Home collection, which has grown incredibly since first starting the range during the pandemic.
“We are looking forward to what is next for Dylan’s and the team.”