Bryan and Susan Webb will officially bid farewell to their former Michelin star restaurant Tyddyn Llan this weekend after 22 years.

The Llandrillo eatery was taken over by the husband and wife duo in 2002 after deciding to sell Hilaire in London's Kensington.

Now the pair plan to retire and their final service will be on Sunday, July 14.

"It will be an emotional one," said Bryan. "It's 48 years since I started my career as a chef at the Crown at Whitebrook with Sonia and Neville Blech.

"Susan and I have been very proud to have been Chef and Patrons of Tyddyn Llan over the years and would like to thank our loyal customers for supporting us. 

"I would like to thank all the staff who have helped us over the years to achieve the reputation and success we have been able to maintain."

Bryan and Susan met in 1992 when, while Bryan was running Hilaire, Susan left Anthony Worrall Thompson's Ménage Á Trois to join him. They have worked together ever since and married in 2001.

After taking over Tyddyn Llan they built it up until in 2010 it was awarded a Michelin star - which it retained for 10 years.

Once the final courses are served they will hand over the kitchen to acclaimed chef Gareth Stevenson and his team - 2024 Welsh Chef of the Year Josh Morris and Head Pastry Chef Robin Evans. At the front of house Maria Ganova will be joined by a familiar face, as existing manager Torin remains.

"I am sure they will make a huge success of taking Tyddyn Llan forward over the coming years," said Bryan. "Susan and I wish them lots of luck with our kindest best wishes."