Best restaurants in North Pembrokeshire

  • Restaurants in St Davids (Tyddewi)

    Original St Davids Oggie

    What's an oggie, you ask? Well, think of a Cornish pasty, only with the crimp on the top and a slightly lighter pastry. They come in meat, chicken, cheesey and veggie versions, and make an ideal on-the-go snack – it's said oggies have been made since the 13th century. Based on the ground floor of the Coach House.

  • Restaurants in St Davids (Tyddewi)

    Bishops

    A friendly, rambling pub full of locals, walkers and blow-ins, this place serves hearty pub grub with a smile. There's a roaring fire in winter, a decent pint on offer and great cathedral views from the beer garden. Don't be put off by table names such as 'The Bitches' – that refers to a tidal race between Ramsey Island and the mainland.

  • Restaurants in St Davids (Tyddewi)

    St Davids Food & Wine

    Stock up on picnic supplies (including lavish hampers) at this delicatessen, which specialises in local organic produce. Or you can grab a pastry or a made-to-order sandwich of pulled beef braised in beer (for example) and enjoy it at the benches out the front.

  • Restaurants in St Davids (Tyddewi)

    Cwtch

    Stone walls and wooden beams mark this out as a 'sense of occasion' place, yet there's a snugness that lives up to its name ( cwtch means 'a cosy place' or 'a cuddle'). Dishes showcase local produce such as lamb, laver bread, cockles and Solva crab, although the execution isn't always flawless. There's a discounted menu for early diners.

  • Restaurants in St Davids (Tyddewi)

    Sound Cafe

    This cosy, chilled-out cafe has a low-ceilinged interior and a pleasant front terrace where you can devour a hearty lunch, a gourmet burger or pizza in the evenings. It's fully licensed so is equally good for quenching your thirst after a day's walking.

  • Restaurants in St Davids (Tyddewi)

    Refectory at St Davids

    The food's quite canteenish, but the restoration of the cathedral refectory is a triumph of design. Medieval St Mary's Hall has been given an ultramodern facelift, with blonde wood contrasting with the exposed stone walls and a shiny mezzanine supported on slanted legs. Take a seat upstairs for better views.