With an abundance of fresh local fish and produce, Pembrokeshire is home to a wealth of fantastic places to eat.
To help refuel after roaming the spectacular Pembrokeshire Coast National Park and exploring all the amazing things to do in Pembrokeshire, we’ve rounded up a list of our top favourite restaurants and places to eat in Pembrokeshire for your dining delight.
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Top restaurants & places to eat in Pembrokeshire:
- The Qube, Tenby
- The Bishops, St Davids
- The Brewery Inn, Cosheston
- Harbwr Bar & Kitchen, Saundersfoot
- The Stackpole Inn, Stackpole
- The Old Point House, Angle
- The Sloop Inn, Porthgain
- Plum Vanilla, Narberth
- JT Abergwaun Hotel, Fishguard
- The Castle, Little Haven
- The Griffin, Dale
The Qube, Tenby
The Qube is a relaxed restaurant and cellar bar in the heart of seaside Tenby.
Expect a varied seasonal menu you’ll all love, along with friendly service and exciting live entertainment.
In the winter, you can dine to the crackle of an open log fire and in the summer there’s sunny outdoor seating so just sit, sip and watch the world go by.
The Cellar Bar at The Qube is a cosy, subterranean cocktail bar offering an amazing range of cocktails that look too good to drink!
Cast your gaze over our full guide to Tenby restaurants for more divine dining choices and take a look at our range of Tenby cottages to rest up in after a full meal.
The Bishops, St Davids
The Bishops is a welcoming rustic pub set in the heart of the UK's smallest city, St Davids.
Enjoy a delicious bite to eat in the summer months overlooking the beautiful St Davids Cathedral and cosy up inside around the roaring log fire in the colder months.
With frequent live music and fantastic seasonal Welsh dishes, you’re in for a treat!
There’s usually some fresh fish on the specials board and you can enjoy fresh locally sourced seasonal lobster, crab and mackerel.
The Bishops is a great pub for all the family to enjoy or simply swing by for refreshments after a busy day exploring all the amazing things to do in St Davids.
The glorious grub doesn’t stop here though - take a look at our full guide to St Davids restaurants for even more tasty treats and stay with us in one of our hand-picked cottages in St Davids for a real treat.
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The Brewery Inn, Cosheston
The Brewery Inn describes itself as a proper pub with a dash of panache.
Expect great food and entertainment in a stunning, dog-friendly location.
Enjoy an evening of real food, prepared and cooked fresh to order using the very best local and British produce.
Wednesday nights are quiz nights! Pop in and have some fun. Be in with a chance of winning the jackpot whilst helping raise money for charity.
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Harbwr Bar & Kitchen, Saundersfoot
Enjoy great food with amazing harbour views of Saundersfoot at Harbwr Bar & Kitchen.
Expect fantastic service out on the fragrant flower-filled terrace with a view over Saundersfoot or head indoors and enjoy the restaurant’s stylish setting and local craft tipples from the award-winning HARBWR Tenby Harbour Brewery.
Take your pick from the delicious seasonal menus that include favourites such as sharers and burgers, along with steaks, grills and pub classics.
Saundersfoot has a fantastic range of places to eat, so why not browse our full guide to Saundersfoot restaurants to have your fill? We also have a lovely collection of cottages in Saundersfoot to enjoy pre and post mealtime!
The Stackpole Inn, Stackpole
The Stackpole Inn is ideally located to replenish and rejuvenate after exploring the beautiful nearby attractions such as Bosherston Lily Ponds, Broad Haven South Beach and the world-class Barafundle Bay, some of the best beaches in Pembrokeshire.
Broad Haven South Beach and beautiful Barafundle are also dog-friendly all year round, take a look at our guide to dog-friendly beaches in Pembrokeshire for a full rundown of where to take your pup for a beach stroll in Pembrokeshire.
From an informal light lunch in the bar with your four-pawed friend to celebrating in the restaurant with friends and family, The Stackpole Inn is one of the top places to eat in Pembrokeshire.
Expect freshly prepared cuisine focused on the sea and a variable seasonal menu along with established familiar dishes.
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The Old Point House, Angle
The Old Point House Angle is a historic coastal inn that overlooks the sea at East Angle Bay.
Venture to this peaceful Pembrokeshire spot and you’ll find well-stocked bars and a unique restaurant. Relax in the tranquil garden or cosy up in the atmospheric pub. Quirky Cafe Môr can be found in the garden area, an award-winning street food cafe specialising in mouthwatering dishes with a seaweed twist.
Dine on delicious food after walking the West Angle Bay Circular Walk. The Old Point House specialises in local produce, fish, seafood, and seaweed! If the sound of Angle Bay oyster with house seaweed pickle, green green grass burger or truffle mushroom arancini bites, creamed garlic leeks & parmesan tickles your fancy then this is the destination for you!
The Sloop Inn, Porthgain
The Sloop lies neatly on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path walk between Fishguard and St. Davids.
Dine in this historic building which is said to date back to the 18th century.
Enjoy your choice from the seasonal menu with many Welsh dishes and spectacular specials on offer.
Being so close to the sea, there is, of course, nearly always fresh fish on the specials board including seasonal local lobster, crab and mackerel.
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Plum Vanilla, Narberth
The delightful Plum Vanilla Cafe can be found amongst the boutique shops of the sweet market town of Narberth.
With vibrant, zingy and flavoursome food, Plum Vanilla is Pembrokeshire’s funkiest cafe.
Using as much organic, local and Fairtrade produce as possible, expect delicious meat, vegan and vegetarian dishes that are a feast for the eyes as well as the tummy.
Take a look at our full guide to top Narberth restaurants for even more mouth-watering marvels and stay in one of our fantastic Narberth cottages to enjoy everything this lovely market town has to offer.
JT Abergwaun Hotel, Fishguard
Enjoy clear flavours, a warm atmosphere and a touch of invention at JT Abergwaun Hotel, set in the heart of fantastic Fishguard.
Dine out in style at this modern European restaurant with delicious dishes such as roast venison haunch, creamed cabbage and bacon, heritage carrots, dauphinoise and red wine sauce, and finish with a delicious dessert such as dark chocolate delice, salted caramel, passionfruit and orange with Pembrokeshire Promise ice cream.
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The Castle, Little Haven
Set in the heart of lovely Little Haven lies The Castle.
Relax outside and enjoy the sea views or head indoors and dine in this fantastic family and dog-friendly tavern.
This eatery offers exciting entertainment, a warm welcome with a cosy atmosphere and fantastic locally sourced food such as traditional Welsh Cawl, Pembrokeshire sirloin steak, brilliant burgers, fantastic fish and chips and delicious desserts.
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The Griffin, Dale
You’ll find The Griffin right on the seafront of delightful Dale, where the seafood is as honest as the welcome.
Focusing on local, sustainable, fresh produce and seafood, The Griffin serves up some of the best food in Pembrokeshire.
Sit back, relax and celebrate the food, the welcome and the amazing views from this fine waterfront restaurant in Pembrokeshire.
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