The first thing you notice about Signatures Restaurant is its chic décor – designed by the internationally renowned Paul Sawford, the restaurant is beautifully decked out, giving you a truly warm and relaxing atmosphere, perfect for enjoying your food.
And enjoy your food you will; executive chef Jimmy Williams offers up dishes that are so delicious that you’ll wonder why you waited so long to visit. The restaurant won the Best Welsh Restaurant Award in 2013, and the menu is regularly updated, ensuring that you get a fresh taste every time.
When you visit, you can expect to see such delights as roasted langoustines with a smoked haddock and leek risotto, a trio of Welsh lamb with fondant potato and a red wine sauce, and rolled salmon fillet with crab cannelloni, sweet potato dauphinoise and roasted baby beetroot. You can quickly see why this restaurant is so highly regarded.
The desserts are just as tempting, such as glazed lemon tart with a mini Eton mess and strawberry sorbet, the Little Italy (tiramisu, panna cotta, semifreddo and almond biscotti), or a beautiful Welsh cheese board.
Just off the North Wales Expressway (A55) near to the Conwy Golf Club - Signatures restaurant is not difficult to find and is located within the Aberconwy Resort & Spa.
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