Review on Angel Inn

Standing next door to the independent chapel that gave the village its name, this rambling old pub has really been given the treatment by its current proprietors, Rod Peterson and Elizabeth Smith. Images of angels still look down, but the interior is now filled with plants, comfy sofas and bare wooden floors. It is pleasingly uncluttered in a contemporary kind of way.

Rod is a former Welsh Chef of the Year and he manages to pulls in the punters for great-value pub lunches as well as high-flying evening meals. The dinner menu is an ambitious affair that provides the perfect showcase for his assured, confident and sophisticated cooking - and it's all based around carefully sourced Welsh ingredients.

You might begin with pine kernel soufflé or smoked haddock tart with sweet potato and lime dressing before seared fillets of wild Carmarthen Bay sea bass with a warm salad of new potatoes, spinach and Mozzarella or medallions of beef topped with a tarragon rarebit crust and served with cannellini beans and chorizo. Desserts might range from pannacotta with Tregaron strawberries to lemon tart with lime custard sauce.

Angel Inn is also featured in: Michelin Guide, Good Food Guide, AA Guide

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Modern British


Mark Turner

Restaurant Opening Times

Lunch: 12.00 through until
Dinner: 9.30pm Tue - Sat (12,00 - 4.00pm Sun)

Accepted credit cards

Visa, Master Card

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Facilities at Angel Inn

  • Private parties
  • Vegetarian menu
  • 70 covers


Angel Inn
SA19 7LY

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