Bengal Dynasty, Shotton



The Bengal Dynasty Deeside is named after its sister restaurant in Llandudno, which was launched the day before Bangladesh Independence Day in 1988. It opened in July 1991 in a former guest house converted into a stylish, spacious restaurant. The elegantly furnished restaurant, which is fully licensed, seats 92 and the roomy lounge bar 40. It is air-conditioned and has disabled access. A number of celebrities have enjoyed the Bengal Dynasty experience. Oscar winning Sir Anthony Hopkins ate here six times during a short spell at Theatre Clwyd. Coronations Street actress and Tim Healy of Auf Wiedersehen Pet have eaten here, as have actors Stephen Pinder from Brookside, Leslie Phillips from Carry On and Liverpool comedian Stan Boardman is a frequent customer with his family.

 

The Bengal Dynasty’s reputation for first class presentation and efficient personal service is unrivalled.
We are proud of our commitment to our customers and we continually strive to achieve even higher standards. After all, we want you to return time and time again.

 

If you are interested in visiting us over the Festive Period we have as usual a mouthwatering Festive Menu - please visit our menu page for further details and a booking form.

 

Opening Times:

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 5.30pm - 11pm
Wednesday - Sat: Lunch 12pm - 2pm, Eve: 5.30pm - 11pm
Sunday: Lunch 12pm - 11pm

 

From January 1st - April 30th - a winter warmer menu with dishes chosen to complement the winter weather.

 

We also cater to special occasions like St. Valentine Day, Mothers Day, Fathers Day and Christmas Day Lunch.

 

We accept all major credit cards (and cheques with an accompanying bankers card).