Make the Most of Your 25% Gourmet Society Discount at The Rabbit Hole, a Wondrous New Restaurant Concept in Llandudno!
Providing locals and visitors to the popular Welsh seaside town of Llandudno with as fine a concept as it does an exquisite eatery, newly opened The Rabbit Hole is a stylish and contemporary café that offers up all of the charm expected of a traditional Great British establishment. The warmest of welcomes is extended to all that cross the threshold of the restaurant, whose superb service staff promise to do their utmost to ensure that each and every diner leaves feeling fully satisfied and sporting a smile from ear to ear.
As a Gourmet Society member, your meal can only be enhanced thanks to the fantastic 25% discount that is available off the whole bill when you call in advance and produce your card upon arrival. Such savings will allow you the perfect excuse to sample that little bit extra, whether it’s to be more indulgent in the consumption of an additional course from the international style a la carte menu or it’s in the enjoyment of a further drink from a pleasing collection of teas, coffees and other soft beverages, ensuring that any dining experience will be enriched, particularly when considering that the offer is available seven days a week!
The Rabbit Hole is as much a social enterprise as it is an excellent café, with the business being set up by mental health charity Aberconwy Mind. Not only do they plough all of their profits back into the charity, but they provide valuable work experience for those experiencing such issues, giving them both a purpose and the ability to go further in life than they perhaps thought possible. This, plus the fact that the food, which has been created with a great emphasis on using locally sourced ingredients to ensure quality and freshness, makes a visit to The Rabbit more than worthwhile.
Focussed on the vegan diet, the menu at The Rabbit Hole affords a fine collection of dishes for those dedicated to a particularly herbivorous lifestyle, or for diners looking to be that little bit healthier, with the gratifying courgette, pomegranate & chickpea combination and the delectable falafel burger, topped with baby gem lettuce & tomato, making for two delightful examples. Meat and seafood lovers need not worry however, as in the likes of the divine smoked mackerel nicoise and the flavoursome 6oz minted lamb burger, among numerous other mouth-watering plates of food, promise to more than satisfy such an appetite.
The diner on the go is certainly catered for too, with a wealth of appetising sandwiches on show that are all made using malted granary bread or sourdough baguettes and include such enticing fillings as smoked hummus, rocket & olives, homecooked pulled ham & piccalilli and tuna mayonnaise & cucumber. This, alongside the various jacket potato and breakfast options, shows The Rabbit Hole to be sufficient in tailoring themselves to suit any need.
Sat on the doorstep of the picturesque Holy Trinity Church and the idyllic North Western Gardens, while being just a stone’s throw away from the Llandudno train station and Llandudno Bay, which comes complete with a host of spectacular coastal views, The Rabbit Hole is easily accessible from miles around and makes for a fine spot in which to get a bit of respite amidst a day of exploration. If you’re local to the café or are looking to take a trip to Llandudno in the near future, why not pop in and enjoy this unique dining concept for yourself? And if you do, or you have recently, why not let us know about your experience on Facebook or Twitter?
By Calum Dewsbury.