Review on The Cors Restaurant
Nick Priestland is host, chef and gardener at this impressive Victorian villa set in four-acres of Pre-Raphaelite-style grounds close to Dylan Thomas's home patch. It's a magical setting and the décor inside is all antique furnishings, abstract oil paintings and gilt mirrors.
Local produce rules on the short, handwritten dinner menus served in the deep-red, candlelit grotto-like restaurant. Scallops from the Milford boats might be seared and dressed with béarnaise sauce, fillet of sea bass is served on pak choi greens, and organic Welsh black beef is accompanied by green peppercorns and red wine jus. There's also a noticeable Mediterranean accent to some dishes, such as bruschetta with grilled local goats' cheese and roasted peppers or char-grilled tuna steak with a roasted tomato and basil sauce and green olive tapenade.
Satisfaction is complete when it comers to desserts ranging from luscious homemade ice creams to strawberry Pavlova or chocolate nut torte. The 30-bin, international wine list is a concise assortment of carefully chosen bottles.
The Cors Restaurant is also featured in: Good Food Guide, AA GuideRate this Restaurant
Modern Welsh / Mediterranean
Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: 7.00 - 9.30pm Thu-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card