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The North Wales Foodies Have Been Out Doing Their Thing!

by Love Wrexham Magazine
Honey's delicious cake

Every month we try to include some independent reviews from the North Wales Foodies about local eateries. This month we feature three places: Woody’s, The Three Eagles and Honey’s. We’re hoping our reviewers will be regular contributors to the magazine – I’ll let them introduce themselves!

Welcome to our column. We are Mr & Mrs North Wales Foodies, just your average couple who love food and are particularly passionate about local, independent food producers that use locally sourced ingredients. We try to support small businesses who put a lot of love into what they do.

You can find us at foodie markets, food festivals and independent eateries. We’re so lucky to have access to these things in our locality and shout from the rooftops about all the delicious stuff we eat! Hope you enjoy our page.

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What can we say about Woody’s? Freshly-made dough, the finest local ingredients, street-food vibes and all made with Woody’s unique flair and distinctive wood-fired oven. It’s an absolute treat for any Wrexham foodie. Choose from classic toppings, such as the meat feast, pepperoni and mushroom or something more adventurous, such as the famous “Ring of Fire”. Find them on the Majestic Wine/Bkoncept car park (opposite Wrexham General station) from Wednesday to Friday, 4pm-9pm.

Woody's wood-fired pizza

The Three Eagles

The Three Eagles in Llangollen has everything you could ask for in a restaurant: lovely rustic surroundings, a great atmosphere, friendly staff and of course some fantastic food! All the ingredients are locally sourced, showing off what fantastic produce our little corner of North Wales has. We highly recommend a few of the smaller dishes on offer, particularly the Japanese fried chicken… and of course it would be rude not to wash it down with one of their delicious cocktails!

The Three Eagles plate

Honey’s Bakery & Café

Honey's delicious cake

Honey’s may only be a small village cafe and bakery, but every visit is exceptional. At this cute bakery in Caegwrle (just outside Wrexham), you will find a wide range of freshly-made sandwiches and snacks. For those with a sweet tooth, the cakes taste as good as they look and are all homemade. On a sunny day, the idyllic riverside setting is the perfect place for lunch or an afternoon pick-me-up with friends or family.

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