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Restaurants in Pembrokeshire can draw on the incredible diversity of produce available in this beautiful corner of Wales to offer a unique flavour of wild countryside and rolling seas. With the unrivalled quality of local meat, cheese, fish and fresh vegetables on offer the end result is great fresh food, bursting with flavour.

Welsh food has a long-established reputation for distinctiveness and quality, making it popular with consumers across the world.

Pembrokeshire prides itself on supplying some of the finest produce in the world. Its very landscape reflects freshness, quality and variety. From unique cheeses and wines, famous Welsh beef and lamb - to fresh fish and seafood - it has it all.

From award winning finest Restaurants to the rustic charms of Pembrokeshire Pubs there is a price range and menu to suit everyone.


The Sloop Inn, Porthgain
The most famous pub in Pembrokeshire!! Enjoy a quiet pint on the sheltered terrace as you watch the sun setting over the harbour of Porthgain or take in a meal from the extensive Bar Menu which is available lunch and evenings 7 days a week. Bookings taken for Evenings and Sunday Lunch only.

The Stackpole Inn, Stackpole
The Stackpole Inn is a charming old pub that dates from the 17th Century, and is situated in the Pembrokeshire village of Stackpole. It is a favourite with walkers on the Pembrokeshire Coast path, and its excellent food and diverse range of Welsh beers add to its popularity.

The Ferry Inn, Pembroke Dock
The Ferry Inn is an atmospheric pub with a history that can be traced back to the 16th Century. It overlooks Pembroke Dock and the Cleddau Estuary – a picturesque backdrop for a pub with a strong reputation for its beer and food, in particular its fresh local seafood.

The Ship, Solva
Traditional village pub serving cask beers, lagers, wines and spirits. Warm welcome, real fires, new lunch menu for 2008 served 12-2.30pm. Home cooked Sunday Roast 12-3pm. Tel: 01437 721247.

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The Shed Wine Bar & Bistro, Porthgain
A small, but intimate & welcoming first floor bistro, small enough to provide a unique and local experience. Multi award winners.

Wolfscastle Country Hotel & Restaurant, Wolfscastle
a former vicarage nestling in the lush mid-Pembrokeshire countryside, and still known locally by its original name "Allt-yr-Afon" ("Hill by the River"). The hotel is very much a family affair, in ambience and character, and our guests regularly compliment us on the warm welcome and friendly atmosphere which, combined with good service and fine food, guarantee a memorable experience.

Tides Restaurant & Coffee Shop, Llangloffan
In the converted stone barn can be found the contemporary styled restaurant. Our menu features the finest Pembrokeshire meats, locally caught lobster and crab alongside other fresh fish such as sea bass and sewin.

Cwtch Restaurant, St Davids
Our ever-evolving menu sources the very best the local area has to offer. Uncomplicated food from quality ingredients that are big on flavour. All made with passion. From Welsh Black beef to Pembrokeshire cheeses, you'll find it at Cwtch.

Morgans, St Davids
Recognised by customers for the restaurant's intimate atmosphere and exciting menus mixing flavours with style and presentation. There is a strong emphasis on locally sourced meats, seafood and cheeses.

Somethings Cooking, Letterston
Truly one of Pembrokeshire's landmarks and has been serving both locals and tourists for over 25 years. Trevor and Janet Rands have built an enviable reputation for providing excellent meals at reasonable prices. A far cry from the traditional fish and chip shop. Boasting several awards including the Sea Fish Fryers Quality Award 1996-2007, to quote Rick Stein “everything about it was satisfying; the staff, the manager, but above all the fish and chips.”

The Old Pharmacy, Solva
One of Pembrokeshire's favourite restaurants. Solva lobster and crab. Fresh local seafood and meat. Tasty vegetarian food. Lunches from Easter until October. Children very welcome. Good Food Guide 1999-2008. AA Rosettes 2007, 2008. Tel: 01437 720005.

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Cottage Caterers
Why not try something different. With Cottage Caterers you do not even to need to leave the comfort of the Lodge. A quick phone call will give you access to an extensive range of home-prepared meals and pastries all carefully designed for re-heating at home. A good choice is always available or pre-order for exact requirements. Tel: 01348 891296