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Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 8ER, UK.
phone: 01654 703965
e-mail: info@ecodyfi.org.uk

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High quality restaurants in the Dyfi Valley offering local distinctiveness include the Wynnstay in Machynlleth and the Penhelig Arms, a seafood restaurant in Aberdyfi.

There are 18 food outlets in Machynlleth, including high quality teas at Celtica. Local produce is promoted on some menus such as at the Bwtri café, the Wynnstay Arms and the Penmaendyfi, who use meat from their own farm.

Good wholefood cooking is available at the Quarry Café in Machynlleth, Panteidal Organic Restaurant near Aberdyfi and the large vegetarian restaurant at the Centre for Alternative Technology.

For meat, there is an excellent local butcher in Machynlleth, offering top quality produce via shop and mail order. 'Direct Welsh Lamb' run a mail order service from Esgair Farm, Aberdyfi.

Other exemplary food producers are the Halo Honey Ice Cream factory and shop at nearby Tywyn which offers 'Traditional Welsh Pantry' products and Halo light confectionery.

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