INTRODUCING, OUR AUTHENTIC ITALIAN-RECIPE
New to St. Elli’s Bay, our Italian-recipe gelato is freshly made on-site every day, using local Welsh ingredients. Grab a scoop or two to go today.
RECENT ST.ELLI’S BAY REVIEWS
St. Elli’s Bay Bistro Reviews
“1st class breakfast”
Poached eggs on muffins and the vegetarian breakfast followed complete with toast. Both dishes were lovely, hot, well cooked and deliciously tasty.
“Lovely food, we had toasties, and the lad that took our order was polite and made conversation with us. Will return.“
“Food was gorgeous, staff were very friendly and helpful and were doing their upmost best at this difficult time. The coffee and cake was also lovely. Will visit again.“
St. Elli’s Bay Brasserie Reviews
“What a gem”
What a gem of a restaurant we have in Llanelli. We have eaten in both the Bistro and Brasserie a number of times and have always had excellent service and food.
“The food was delicious and the portion sizes were great. We had some great cocktails and sangria and the service was very attentive “
“The food was fantastic…the best Moules frites we have tasted. Great menu choice
The staff….plentiful, professional, friendly..“
“Really safety conscious but without it impacting on the experience. Food was delicious, great choice, very tasty and the proper homemade chips were like my gran used to make. “
Ground Floor Bistro
MON – SUN
10:00am – 5:00pm
Opening times are weather dependent, we’ll be open later if it’s still sunny.
First Floor Brasserie
To make table reservations for the brasserie, please book online.
We’re unable to take reservations for the ground floor bistro. All available tables are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
To enquire about booking private events or hiring the suite, please call 01554 526006.
01554 526 006
Discovery Centre North Dock, Traeth Ffordd, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, Wales SA15 2LF. UK
This project has received funding from the Micro and Small Business Fund (MSBF) through the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Welsh Government.