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Restaurant in Llanbister, Mid Wales

The Lion Hotel Restaurant is the only one in the village of Llanbister. We pride ourselves on the the fact that all our Soups, Main Meals and Sweets are home made. We can also offer Vegetarian and Gluten Free Options. Our Curries are very popular and we usually offer a choice of seven or eight different varieties, all home made from authentic curry recipes but we do include one Welsh variation with our Lamb & Leek Curry.

We source as much local and Welsh produce as we possible can and in season offer the guests at our Bed & Breakfast produce from The Lion Hotel garden together with eggs from our own Hens, Ducks and Quails.

A takeaway service is also available and used by our own locals as well as visitors staying in self catering accommodation in the area.

A lunchtime menu is served daily between 12-2 pm and the full evening menu from 6-9pm

"Very friendly, comfortable and hospitable place to stay - the staff and family couldn't do enough to make sure my visit was the best it could be. Evening meal and brekkie were fab - I'll definitely be staying here again!!"

- Phillip, Guest Review, Feb 2017

"Location is wonderful, beautiful views from the front Windows and the Victorian terrace. The gem here is the owners, so welcoming and friendly they make you feel you must have been there before. The customers are equally as friendly, guests soon know all about Llanbister and the cast of characters that are lucky enough to live there. Great food, their specialty is really authentic Indian food from recipes brought back from their regular trips there. They use local produce so it is reasonable to assume that their non-Indian food would be equally as delicious. Sadly we had not stayed before but we certainly will do so again in the not too distant future. Don't miss it!

- Tim, Guest Review, December 2016

"...smashing food, if you like Indian curry, this is the place." 

- John, Guest review. 12/4/14

"...(the curries) tasted as real and stimulating as any eaten on my travels in the subcontinent."

-Mr P. Broad Sheep Magazine. Issue Dec 2013