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Fresh local seafood, beachfront bistros and coastal views? Yes, please! There are plenty of restaurants in Pembrokeshire to satisfy those taste buds.

Whether you are looking for a hearty meal after a day walking along the Pembrokeshire coast path or a fine dining experience, you’ve come to the right place.

Keep reading to discover the best restaurants in Pembrokeshire…

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Seafood Restaurants in Pembrokeshire

1. Tides Kitchen & Wine Bar, Newport


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Recently recognised as one of the best restaurants in Wales, the Tide’s Kitchen and Wine Bar is a popular seafood restaurant in Pembrokeshire. This foodie-favourite can be found in the market town of Newport, serving fresh local seafood from Wednesdays to Saturdays.

The Pad Thai with Tiger Prawns and Chicken is a local favourite, whilst the “Fish & Fizz” menu is a great excuse to enjoy some bubbles along with your meal. Staying in Newport this year? A trip to the Tides Kitchen & Wine Bar is an absoloute must.

2. The Shed, Porthgain


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A relaxed and informal fish and chip restaurant situated in the heart of Porthgain. The Shed Bistro is ideally located along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path, with stunning views of the iconic National Park.

Serving its own caught fish and shellfish, this seafood restaurant is the ideal place to soak up the views and enjoy the taste of local produce, after a day exploring the coast. This small harbour village is a relaxing holiday hot spot. Browse our selection of holiday cottages in Porthgain here.

Family Friendly Restaurants in Pembrokeshire

3. The Golden Lion, Newport

Another popular place to eat in Newport, The Golden Lion is an elegant restaurant with an extensive menu. Favourites include the Preseli lamb, welsh beef and local lobster. This family-friendly restaurant caters to all, with high chairs, crayons and a separate menu for kids.

Spend an afternoon on one of Pembrokeshire’s family-friendly beaches before heading to The Golden Lion for a warm welcome and hearty meal with loved ones. After your meal, why not head to The Parrog and experience a magical sunset over Dinas headland.

4. The Bishops, St Davids


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Located in the centre of the UK’s smallest city, The Bishops welcomes families and serves a variety of Welsh dishes six days a week. The restaurant boasts a bright and vibrant atmosphere, a spacious dining area and a beer garden to soak up the evening sun.

St David’s has a population of just over 1,600. But what it lacks in size, it makes up for in character. After a day exploring the iconic cathedral or walking along the rugged coastal path during your St David’s holiday, head to The Bishops for a family-friendly meal. You won’t be disappointed.

Fine Dining Restaurants in Pembrokeshire

5. Llys Meddyg, Newport

This award-winning Pembrokeshire restaurant champions the very best local and foraged ingredients. Aligned with the seasons, the Llys Meddyg Restaurant offers a daily changing menu, making every visit truly unique.

The Kitchen Garden and Kitchen Garden Dining Room offer simplicity and delicious food. Complete with private outdoor pods and overhead heating, or an indoor dining alternative, the restaurant can be enjoyed during every season.

Looking for a cosy alternative? The Cellar Bar offers an atmospheric dining experience with a log burner and an inglenook fireplace.

6. Coast, Saundersfoot

A striking, beachfront restaurant, Coast offers panoramic views of the Pembrokeshire coast. Spend time admiring the impressive views, whilst enjoying excellent seafood. The “beautifully balanced” menu uses local ingredients, packed with flavour.

What really sets this Pembrokeshire restaurant apart, is its wonderful location. The purpose-built restaurant lies on the shoreline, just meters away from the golden sands of Coppet Hall, one of the best beaches in Pembrokeshire.

Other Great Places to Eat in Pembrokeshire

7. Tafarn Sinc, Rosebush


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The Tafarn Sinc is one of our favourite pubs in Pembrokeshire. Located in the idyllic Preseli Hills, the Tafarn Sinc is a Welsh-language pub run by local volunteers. As the highest licensed pub in Pembrokeshire, you can enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding scenery.

The community-owned enterprise provides light snacks and hearty meals often made using local ingredients. From traditional Welsh cawl to homemade minted lamb burgers, the popular pub offers a range of food to enjoy after a day exploring the Preseli Hills.

8. Hooked, Fishguard


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Technically not a restaurant, but it’s just so good we couldn’t leave it off our list of best restaurants in Pembrokeshire! Hooked, based in Fishguard, made it onto the UK Top 10 Fish and Chip Takeaway list for 2020 and we’re not at all surprised!

What’s better than fish and chips on the coast, right? Plus, Hooked also make their own homemade ice cream using Pembrokeshire milk and Welsh cream. Taste their delicious, sustainability sourced fish for yourself, during a stay in one of these cottages in Fishguard.

Have these Pembrokeshire restaurants inspired you to visit this stunning part of Wales? Whether you’re looking for a family holiday or rural retreat, here at Coast and Country Holidays, we have the ideal accommodation for you.