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 Sample delicious Mediterranean food at Ceredigion’s Llain activity centre

by Webmaster, 26th November 2021

Sample delicious Mediterranean food at Ceredigion’s Llain Activity Centre

Llain activity centre is proud to announce a very different offering for 2022. ‘Rossini’s at Llain’ will be serving home-cooked dishes made from scratch specialising in pasta, pizzas and sea food specialities. Portuguese chef Fernando da Silva will head the team with the 50 cover restaurant in the tastefully converted 17th Century cowshed.

Fernando is proud of the days he started ‘Rosssini’s Italian restaurant in New Quay six years ago and built up a thriving clientele made up of locals and regular visitors to the area. Yet, after his lease expired, he was forced to seek a new venue, which is where Llain, a residential activity centre offering outdoor sports to groups, families and schools, came to the rescue. 

“Rossini’s at Llain’ will run in conjunction with the thriving accommodation and activity business Llain has developed,” says activity director, Gethin Williams. “This is a natural evolution for the business to diversify following COVID and we’re excited to be working with Fernando and his team.”

Dishes on offer include ‘Pepper Pulled Pork, ‘Sea Bream and Snapper’, ‘Clams Bulhao Pato’ and a number of steak recipes cooked on the new char grill. Produce will be locally sourced where possible specialising in locally caught fish dishes. Located just off the A487 between New Quay and Aberaeron and with ample parking, Fernando and the team hope to attract clients from far and wide. 

For more information, visit: Bookings can be made by e-mail to or by phone on 07977 543396.

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