Hungry Cow kitchen to open inside Llandudno café and bar

A FAST food chain is set to open its own express kitchen within a café and bar in Llandudno.

Hungry Cow, which opened its first restaurant in Holywell last February, will soon be setting up from inside The Fat Cat Café Bar, 149 Mostyn Street.

The chain, known for its huge burgers, wings and loaded fries, is also due to open its second restaurant in Mold early this year.


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A statement from Hungry Cow read: “We are excited to announce we will be opening a Hungry Cow express kitchen from The Fat Cat Cafè Bar in Llandudno!

“We will be operating dine in, takeaway and delivery from the kitchen to Llandudno and surrounding areas!”

Its “express menu” will be confirmed soon, with Hungry Cow adding that it is “hoping to be open within the month” at The Fat Cat.

The chain hopes to open more express kitchens in the future.

It also stressed that it is not replacing The Fat Cat Café Bar, which will continue to be open as usual; rather, it will be operating within its premises.

Orders can be made on Hungry Cow’s own mobile app.

Christy Goode, from Flint, set up Hungry Cow in 2021 after first renting pub kitchens at the George and Dragon in Flint and the Cross Foxes in Prestatyn, before opening his own restaurant in Holywell.

North Wales Pioneer | Llandudno