Ann’s Pantry – A Delightful Anglesey Restaurant

Ann’s Pantry is a family run café and restaurant in the picture postcard village of Moelfre.  We strive to serve quality local produce in a relaxed atmosphere.

We are well known for our homemade cakes for which we use only free range Welsh eggs, and fresh real flavours such as lemon and freshly ground coffee.  These are made regularly on the premises.  Our homemade scones are the quintessential holiday treat, served with fresh cream of course.

On a good day you can enjoy the weather in one of our popular outside areas, from our lovely walled garden, a sunny courtyard area and a lovely corner cushioned area under our palm tree, and not forgetting our bbq shed, popular for those with dogs in bad weather!

We will be open every day from the 21st of March 2016.  Please call or email for specific opening hours for the day you would like to visit.  We are also open for dinner on Saturdays from the 19th of March.  Please reserve a table to avoid disappointment.

For lunch, just call in, no need to reserve! We are well known for our homemade cakes for which we use only free range Welsh eggs, and fresh real flavours such as lemon and freshly ground coffee.  These are made regularly on the premises.  Our homemade scones are the quintessential holiday treat, served with fresh cream of course.

On a good day you can enjoy the weather in one of our popular outside areas, from our lovely walled garden, a sunny courtyard area and a lovely corner cushioned area under our palm tree, and not forgetting our bbq shed, popular for those with dogs in bad weather!

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