Hardens Guide to the Best Restaurants in Pembrokeshire
Hardens guides have spent 30 years compiling reviews of the best Pembrokeshire restaurants. On Hardens.com you'll find details and reviews of 26 restaurants in Pembrokeshire and our unique survey based approach to rating and reviewing Pembrokeshire restaurants gives you the best insight into the top restaurants in every area and of every type of cuisine.
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1. Blas Restaurant, Twr y Felin Hotel British, Modern restaurant in St Davids
2019 Review: A moody slate-grey colour scheme sets the tone at this contemporary dining room, located within a modern boutique hotel right in the heart of the town (the AA’s Hotel of the Year for Wales 2017-18). The menu is a traditional, three-course à la carte, with a strong emphasis on local sourcing (Blas means ‘taste’ in Welsh).
2. Coast British, Modern restaurant in Saundersfoot Coppet Hall Beach - SA69
You get “impressive views whilst enjoying great seafood” at this “light and airy”, timber-clad venue, which has a “beautiful setting” right on the sands. Chef Tom Hine’s cooking is excellent, be it from the à la carte or fancier five-course tasting menu for £59 (which must be taken by the whole table). “Great with kids too (there’s a kids’ menu) whilst serving exceptional food with an amazing view”.
3. The Shed at Porthgain Fish & seafood restaurant in Porthgain
“Set in a gorgeous spot looking out over the harbour in a surprisingly unspoilt village” – this “small bistro” is one of the better options for a meal in striking distance of St Davids: you get “sophisticated dishes of fresh-from-the-sea fish, plus friendly staff and a quaint ambience”. Fish ’n’ chips, here, are also some of the best: “melt in the mouth, crispy, light batter with the freshest of fish”.
4. The Fernery, Grove of Narberth British, Modern restaurant in Dyfed Molleston - SA67
“Imaginative and well-presented food” from “inventive taster menus” in “a wonderful setting” – dining at this lavishly restored 17th-century mansion overlooking the Preseli Hills is “an amazing experience from start to finish”. Neil and Zoe Kedward, who rescued the property from dereliction a dozen years ago, also own Coast at Saundersfoot and the Beach House on the Gower.
5. The Salt Cellar British, Modern restaurant in Tenby The Esplanade - SA70
Lovely views of the town’s amazing beach and an outside terrace are obvious attractions of this four-year-old bar and dining room on the sea front; but its shortish menu of modernised but, at heart, fairly traditional fare is consistently highly rated.
6. Llys Meddyg British, Modern restaurant in Newport East Street - SA42
2019 Review: “Always a highlight of our trips to the delightful little market town of Newport” – a polished Georgian coaching house in Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and drawing impressively on the rich local larder. It offers several eating options, from a seasonal al fresco area, to a cellar bar and “romantic” dining room.
8. Cwtch British, Modern restaurant in St Davids 22 High St - SA62
2017 Review: With chef Andy Holcroft at the pass, this “relaxed, good value” option in the town centre is a “lovely little place delivering much better than it needs to in order to be number one in St Davids”.
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The Shed at Porthgain
Porthgain Fish & seafood £39
The Fernery, Grove of Narberth
Dyfed British, Modern £89
Rhosyn at Penally Abbey Hotel
Tenby British, Modern
The Salt Cellar
Tenby British, Modern £66
Blas Restaurant, Twr y Felin Hotel
St Davids British, Modern
Cellar Bistro, The Esplanade
Tenby Fish & seafood
Cnapan Country House
Newport British, Traditional