Like it or not, it’s that time of year again. That time when even the grumpiest frown is turned upside down, the tinsel comes out and one or two bottles of alcohol are consumed. Christmas is now under a month away so you have little time to prepare for a Christmas lunch in Llandudno if you haven’t already.

Whether you’re with family or out on an office, a Christmas meal is the perfect way to celebrate the big day in peace and comfort. No more ham sandwiches for you if you’re with co-workers, you should only be treating yourself to the very best food – perhaps  The Queen’s Head in Llandudno can help with that?

There’s such a wide selection available from them that you may struggle to even pick one meal. The starters offer a great deal of variety for people of all tastes and include: a curried parsnip & apple soup; homemade Game terrine in a port wine syrup; clementine & Feta salad and a classic prawn cocktail with soft quails eggs to match.

The theme of quality continues into the main courses with meat-eaters sure to be in for an absolute treat. You can select from: local roast turkey with all the trimmings; a sticky maple glazed gammon with mashed potatoes and winter vegetables; seared fillet of salmon with braised fennel & new potatoes and a rib-eye steak cooked to your liking. The vegetarian option is a delicious mushroom stroganoff with a side of naan bread.

If you’ve still got room left, there’s plenty to fill that gap within their desserts selection. Go traditional with a Christmas pudding in rum sauce, sample a trifle that’s a cut above with our raspberry & amaretto flavour, delight in our crème brulee or play it dependably with a rich chocolate mousse.

Whether you’re in a small or a large party, The Queen’s Head will welcome you all the same this Christmas. The 2 course option is just £17.95 and £22.95 for 3 so be sure to book now as the spaces are filling up very quickly!

Call 01492 546750 or email for more information.

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