Chef Gareth Stevenson to take on Tyddyn Llan Restaurant with Rooms

By Joe Lutrario

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Chef Gareth Stevenson acquires Tyddyn Llan Restaurant with Rooms

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Chef Gareth Stevenson is to take on Bryan Webb and Susan Webb's Tyddyn Llan Restaurant with Rooms in north Wales.

The couple put the Llandrillo venue on the market last year after over two decades at the helm and have now sold to a new, unnamed owner.

Under their direction Tyddyn Llan held a Michelin star for 10 years and also featured on Restaurant’s list of the top 100 restaurants in the UK. 

Stevenson - who is best known for bringing Wales’ first green Michelin star to Palé Hall hotel - will relaunch the restaurant later this month ‘bringing his own vision of Welsh gastronomy to the kitchen’.

“Having lived in the village for eight years, I have often dreamed about having the opportunity to run a restaurant such as Tyddyn Llan,” he says. 

“It is housed in a beautiful Georgian building – once the private shooting lodge of the Duke of Westminster – and the opportunity to lead it into its new chapter is both a massive honour and tremendously exciting.”

Some interior remodelling and ‘phased developments over time’ are planned.  

The Webbs will continue until the end of July to ‘help the business transition into its next chapter’ enabling the new team to ‘focus on their vision, whilst maintaining standards’.

Bryan added: “With Gareth as the new chef patron and Maria the face of the front of house, together with their highly talented team, they will keep Tyddyn Llan at the top of the restaurant business and ensure that it continues as one of the finest restaurants in Wales, and the wider UK. We wish them every success.”

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