Prized Berties boasts prestigious accolades including AA 2 Rosettes for outstanding food and service. Chef Darren Shenton-Morris and team specialize in sourcing superior quality, fresh regional produce; procuring seafood from the nearby North Welsh coast, succulent local lamb from some of the best Welsh grazing land, locally grown vegetables, great Welsh cheese and even Welsh malt whisky. These fresh ingredients are used creatively with a strong modern pan-European influence to satiate even the most discerning palate.
Bertie was the name given fondly to King Edward VII by his family, a frequent house-guest at Ruthin Castle over many years and a lover of fine wines, whisky, brandy, champagne and gourmet cuisine. Visitors to Bertie's Restaurant today will dine beneath sparkling chandeliers in warm, friendly surroundings with quiet corners for romantic diners and spacious tables for larger groups. The restaurant is open daily from 6.30 - 9.00 from Sunday to Thursday and from 6.30 -9.30 on Friday & Saturday.
The restaurant is open daily from 6.30pm - 9pm from Sunday to Thursday, and from 6.30pm - 9.30pm on Friday & Saturday.
As an alternative to Bertie's Restaurant, bar meals and Afternoon Teas are available in The Library Bar, which lighter options are available within The Moat Spa, along with their very own Afternoon Tea.
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