The South Stack Kitchen is a lovely place, perched on a windswept cliffy hill above Holyhead. There's fine bird-watching all around, you can wonder down to South Stack lighthouse or just sit and marvel at the view.
Or you can just pop in here for a splendid and enormous fry-up.
I like the randomness of this one. The beans, especially, seem to have dropped from the ceiling onto the plate, but that adds to the appeal. A very nice quantity of tasty bacon, with just a little hint of crispy carbon. The chips are appealingly scattered too, you feel if you ran a special chip magnet under the table you might get them in alignment, but, sadly, there's no such thing as a chip magnet. The eggs are solid and generous and stable, sitting there nicely, holding all the randomness together. Sorry, that's a bit of a ramble isn't it? Anyway. Very tasty. Very nice.
All the condiments you could ever want.
It's a nice big place inside, very much a shelter from the windy elements. Like a cosy cave.
I liked it here a lot. An unexpected treat. You're expecting a bracing walk down to the lighthouse and then you find this magnificent cafe, friendly, generous, welcoming.