Llyfr Dylan a Llinos
Erbyn hyn, mae 'Bwyd a Gwin' wedi'u gyhoeddi yn Saesneg o dan yr enw: ‘Rarebit and Rioja’ gallwch ei brynu yn siopau llyfrau neu gennym ni yn ein siop. Gwelwch yr adolygiad isod a'r sylwadau gan y cyhoedd.
'Welsh cooking great cookery book, photographers alone give you an appetite!'
'Love it! Read it all last night! Really interesting and insightful, a cracking book and beautiful pictures and fab recipes!'
'Mae llyfr chi'n lovely, recipes amazing, dyma be onin neud pnawn ma.'
'It's fabulous. I'm coming to buy another!'
'Waterstones' Wales Book of the Month :-). March 2016'
'If you missed out on "Bwyd a Gwin" which came out over a year ago the English version has now been published - same great recipes and lots of info for wine buffs . Gorgeous book .'
'One of the best wine lists in the region' Times
'My lunch yesterday was terrific Llinos, and I love the recipe book. Thanks very much. I'll be back!'
'Just started to read your fabulous book, I'm now hungry and very thirsty!!'
'Just been to buy this fantastic book from Dylanwad.'
'Such a beautiful book full of brilliant recipes. Its in our drawing room for a sneaky peak at the moment.'
'Getting stuck into the new book and finding it very easy to follow. Made chicken with spinach & coconut last night - excellent!'
'A great book, full of new ways to tempt the family.'
'I'm really enjoying reading the book; great stories from Dylan. #NotJustAnotherCookbook'
'This is a man who knows and understands wines!'
'Great book not to be missed.'
'Delicious! #welsh #rarebit from #rarebit&rioja by @DylanwadWine. Diolch!! #MothersDay treat.'
'Most informative Food & Wine book read. And its Welsh. #MothersDay treat.'
'Simply the best cookbook I've ever owned, so interesting and accessible. #NotJustAnotherCookbook'
'Picked up my copy of #Rarebit&Rioja today. Fabulous ! . . Get one !'
'Some really nice looking recipes to try and lovely photography.'
If you have been to Dolgellau before, it will not take you long to find us in this lovely old Welsh stone town - we are just a stone’s throw away out of the main square in a stunning new building. Well, hardly new, we have just completed the long and sometimes arduous process of renovating a listed building in the town dating back to the early 17th Century and sensitively bringing it into the 21st Century.
The main bar probably dates to the early 19thC whilst the rear of the building and the Presagio lounge upstairs (named after our Rioja producer) date back to at least the early 17thc. Our stunning glass extension reveals the lovely frontage that was once covered and we have reinstated many of the old features. We love it when people come to admire the building so please feel free to wander the three floors of history. You can see the detail of the work in our blog posts.