to St.Asaph who find themselves enjoying the excellent cuisine
offered at the Barrow Restaurant should cast their minds back
to the days when the building was the home of eight poor
widows of the parish whose lives were extremely frugal when compared to the
fare now served. Built by Bishop Barrow in circa 1680 the building
still retains many of the original features and many of the older
residents of the City can still remember the tiny houses as they
were with their occupants cooking on their open fires.
Now they offer diners the comfort of their cosy interior and memories
of past age.