Restaurants on St Brides Bay.
St.Brides bay is home to some real culinary delights, from your classic fish and chips, to great pub grub, outstanding restaurants and quirky cafes. We could never fit all of the amazing places you could visit to tantalise your taste buds, but here’s a quick run down of some of our personal favourites.
Don’t forget though – it’s good to explore! Let us know if you find any hidden gems whilst you’re holidaying in this glorious area.
Starting at the south end of the bay, head to The Griffin in Dale for fancy fish and chips, you wont be disappointed. Head north a little to Marloes Sands and find the amazing Runwayskiln cafe. With a cosy log burner in colder months, expect fresh local seafood as well as lunch time favourites, cakes and great coffee. Sunday Lunch is good too. Marloes also has a traditional country pub called The Lobster Pot, which serves your usual pub favourites and has a huge grassy beer garden for sunny days.
If you’re in Milford Haven, a little further inland, you can’t go wrong with fish and chips. Marble Hall Chip Shop and Gordon Bennett’s both get our seal of approval. Foam on the Marina is a nice restaurant for something a bit fancy.
St.Brides Inn in Little Haven is a cosy pub with an open fire in the winter and a great place to relax for a few hours. Try the Swan Inn nearby for fish and chips, too.
Sunshine Italian in Broad Haven boasts incredible sea views and top notch pizza, seafood and risotto, as well as nightly specials and a kids menu, you won’t be disappointed.
The Druidstine Hotel, Broad Haven is situated above the sea with views across St.Brides Bay, a dramatic setting for a quirky, laid-back-luxe dining experience. Adorned with fairy lights and plants, the main dining area is on ground level and stairs lead down to the more casual cellar bar, where you can sample local beers. Great feast nights and events.
If you’re on a surfing holiday in St.Brides Bay, then you’re probably heading for Newgale. Luckily, to quench that post-surf hunger there’s the Sands Cafe just oppposite the beach for breakfasts, sandwiches, jacket potatoes, cakes and hot drinks. The Duke of Edinburgh Inn a few doors down is a lovely traditional pub.
In Solva you’ve got a lot of fantastic food options.
Mamgu Welshcakes is a lovely cafe with vegan and gluten free options as well as amazing cakes. The Cambrian Inn overlooks the water and is an upmarket pub with a reputation for good food and great service. If you fancy something a bit different whilst in Solva, Pan Aroma is an authentic asian take-away. Restaurant standards at great prices.
Thirty Five is a lively, friendly place with a great outdoor section for those warm summer evenings and has a reputation for good food. For your fish and chips fix, head inland to Letterston and find the legendary Something’s Cooking for fish and chips.
Well, that’s all we have time for in this post, but there are many, many other great places to visit in the St.Brides Bay area. We hope you enjoy your stay.
The FBM Team