A NEW Indian restaurant in Caernarfon welcomed customers for the first time yesterday (June 4).

Sea View is located at the town’s harbour, and is run by Sona Meah, who also runs the Caffe Cei café in Caernarfon, on Bridge Street, and Gaynor Morris.

The restaurant will be open seven days a week, with Sona having previous experience of working in Indian restaurants.

Cllr Dewi Jones, the mayor of Caernarfon, was on ribbon-cutting duty to declare the restaurant open, and was joined by various dignitaries and business owners from the town.


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North Wales Chronicle: Some of Sea View's first happy customersSome of Sea View's first happy customers (Image: Gaynor Morris)

Gaynor said: “The opening went well; all of our guests were extremely complimentary of our fantastic décor, food, location, and ambience.

“Its interior size makes it the perfect location for a romantic meal for two, or group party bookings, seating 90+ people.

“A huge thank you to all of the guests, and to our Caernarfon community for their support.”

Previously, Sona told the Chronicle: “My priority is going to be the restaurant, but the café will still be here.

“I’m a caterer by nature, so because of my experience in the business, I want to put Caernarfon on the map for good food and good service.

“There will be special dishes, and a section of English options, as well, so it’s going to cater for people who maybe don’t like Indian food as much.

“I also want to make it a training hub for young people who want to get into catering, and who want to get into the trade.”