West Wales has some exceptional places to eat, located in pretty much every corner and small village you can find.
For years, a hidden jewel of a destination for holidaymakers and visitors, and as such, local produce and offerings for food and drink have become stronger over time, with some fantastic places to take in everything that the local landscapes can provide.
By no means a definitive list, on this page you will find a plethora of options to suit all tastes, be it quick-and-easy, al a carte or unique catering options that will blow you away, but tempt you back again and again.
FBM Holidays has compiled our Pembrokeshire Food Guide to help you find places to enjoy all the fabulous food and drink Pembrokeshire has to offer. A self-catering holiday doesn’t mean you have to be tied to the kitchen, so treat yourself and discover some fabulous food in stunning locations. And with such a huge choice of cafes, restaurants, and pubs to choose from, you are sure to find the perfect place to enjoy the very best of Pembrokeshire’s finest cuisine and fresh local produce.
Blas Restuarant, Twr Y Felin Hotel
Found on the St Davids Peninsula, within the newly refurbished walls of the old Twr Y Felin Hotel, you will find Blas. A distinctly high standard, 2 AA rosette restaurant, Blas (which simply means taste in Welsh) places a huge emphasis on the seasonal quality of goods and local produce to create a menu that blends classic and modern. Blas is set to a stylish atmosphere and offers a fine dining experience, with service that excels from start to finish.
The Grove, Narberth
Traveling inland to Narberth, if you want to experience truly exceptional fine dining, then you have to make time to stay for dinner at The Grove Hotel. Recently acquiring the skills of Michelin starred executive chef Douglas Balish, The Grove Hotel boasts a restaurant with 3 AA Rosettes and is celebrated alongside its sister establishment in Saundersfoot, Coast.
Coast really is a unique place to have a truly memorable experience. From a location standpoint, it takes pride of place overlooking the beach at Coppet Hall, and offers a slightly less formal environment, looking right out across the bay. Despite the relaxed vibe, the attention to detail and passion for seasonality is just the same as The Grove.