Great fresh food, well presented, nice staff and plenty of parking, all at a fair price.
During a long motorcycle ride around Pembrokeshire, in South Wales, we came across what we believed was a small village pub and with plenty of parking available, we decided to enter for a quick pub dinner. However, once we entered the smart exterior we were greeted by a delightful little restaurant. Decorated with fairy lights and beer bottles, paved with stone floors and wooden tables, the helpful staff kindly found us a table for two, despite being fully booked. We chose a best seller and specials dish, all comprising of locally sourced ingredients. When the food arrived, our eyes bounced out of their sockets and it became rather apparent that the pub food we were expecting was non-existent. The dishes were brilliantly presented, perfectly proportioned and generally exquisite, with every ingredient shouting out its existence on the plate; desserts included. All the staff were friendly, helpful and professional and we pleasantly surprised both by the quality of the food and design of the restaurant. Whilst paying we discovered they are a B&B; if the rooms and breakfast are as good as the dinner we received, it is well worth the visit.
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