Brecon Beacons National Park restaurants

Top Choice Modern British in Hay-on-Wye (Y Gelli Gandryll)

St John's Place

St John's Place is only open two nights a week and offers only three 'plates' alongside a wider range of 'bar snacks', but this narrow focus seems to allow the kitchen plenty of room for experimentation and aspirati…
Top Choice Spanish in Hay-on-Wye (Y Gelli Gandryll)

Tomatitos Tapas Bar

Friendly, bustling Tomatitos combines the atmosphere of everyone's favourite pub with an España-centric menu. Staples such as tortilla and chorizo in cider aside, daily specials feature guest stars such as roasted p…
Top Choice Modern British in Brecon (Aberhonddu)

Felin Fach Griffin

With a string of awards as long as its wine list, this country pub offers gourmet dining in a relaxed and unpretentious setting. Open fires, leather sofas and timber beams create a comfortable atmosphere in which to…
British in Hay-on-Wye (Y Gelli Gandryll)

River Cafe

River Cafe makes the most of glorious Wye frontage in the little town of Glasbury, 5 miles southwest of Hay. The dining room is open and airy, with a timbered deck perched above the gurgling flow. Inventive-yet-soot…
Welsh in Fforest Fawr & Black Mountain

Carreg Cennen Tearoom

Possibly the best castle tearoom anywhere. The farmer-owner's longhorn beef is on the menu in the form of cottage pie and beef salad, plus it serves warming cawl (traditional Welsh stew) and excellent homemade cakes…
Pub Food in Black Mountains (Y Mynyddoedd Duon)

Skirrid Mountain Inn

This 'may' be Wales' oldest inn; Owain Glyndŵr 'may' have rallied troops here; and Shakespeare 'may' have taken inspiration from it: whatever the conjecture, there's no doubt that the Skirrid is very old (probably p…
Vegetarian in Hay-on-Wye (Y Gelli Gandryll)

Old Electric Shop

Hay's hippest cafe inhabits an eclectic junk-shop-like space crammed with studios selling new and vintage clothing, furniture and, of course, books. The blackboard menu, served until 3pm, includes tasty vegetarian s…
Modern British in Brecon (Aberhonddu)

Peterstone Court

The genteel environment of a Georgian manor-house hotel is a very good starting point for a memorable dining experience. Peterstone Court has the added advantage of having access to the freshest produce from its own…
Cafe in Crickhowell (Crughywel)

Cafe at Book-ish

Attached to a great indie bookshop, this bright, licensed cafe is very popular locally, and ideal for a solo lunch – perhaps a ploughman's platter with local Perl Las cheese, ham, pork pie and pickles – over your la…
Cafe in Talgarth

Bakers' Table

Housed within Talgarth Mill, this cafe uses its own artisanal stone-ground flour to bake beautiful scones, bara brith (Welsh tea bread) and crusty bread. All of the food and drink sold is sourced locally, including …