Pembrokeshire has a good range of places to eat quality food. With its mild climate and fertile soil Pembrokeshire yields a wide range of produce from fresh vegetables and soft fruit to top quality beef and lamb, award winning dairy products and seafood. Many restaurants and eateries use local ingredients within their menus as part of the Pembrokeshire Produce Mark. Look out for the scheme logo in your chosen restaurant, cafe, pub or takeaway and enjoy the best of Pembrokeshire's bounty.
with views over the fishing harbour,
a relaxed & informal fish & chip bistro in the renowned village of Porthgain, Pembrokeshire, situated on Britain’s only Coastal Footpath, serving our own caught and local Fish & Shellfish – landed daily & served within hours
Food And Wine
Our fresh filled made to order, rolls and baguettes are famous with surfers and walkers alike.
Our delicatessen is situated on the High Street in the historic city of St Davids, which is on the beautiful Pembrokeshire west Wales coast. In addition to everything you would expect to find in a deli’ we specialise in fantastic Welsh produce, from award winning organic local cheese to amazing beers from nearby microbreweries.
Wolfscastle Country Hotel & Restaurant
Delicious food awaits diners at this popular hotel restaurant, which has an excellent reputation for both haute cuisine and traditional home cooking. The menus are prepared with the very best local and seasonal produce. Open for lunch and dinner - non-residents welcome.
The Farmers Arms,
Traditional City Public House with excellent reputation for it's food. Located in the centre of St Davids.
A family owned and run, family friendly pub and restaurant, where all are welcome.
Award Winning Restaurant
Looking for somewhere to eat in Pembrokeshire? Where can you get a really good pub lunch or entertain in style all under one roof?
- fresh coffee
- homemade soup
- cream teas
Situated at our plant nursery 2 miles from St Davids
1000s of perennials, alpines and shrubs grownn at the nursery: wind and drought tolerant plants, plants for pots, herbs and soft fruit and informal, flowery herb garden.
Welsh Wildlife Centre
Fabulous real food in an iconic, award winning building, with stunning panoramic views across a Nature Reserve. Sit inside or out in the meadow looking out across the river Teifi to Cardigan town. Handmade dishes on a daily changing blackboard include light snacks, hearty lunches, local specialities & traditional recipes (locally sourced ingredients when possible) and a children's menu too.
Don't miss the luscious cakes! Licenced & Open 10.30am to 5pm, hot meals 12 to 2.30pm.
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