Review on Cnapan
For more than two decades, the Coopers and the Lloyds have pulled together in this pale-pink townhouse, which continues to attract visitors thanks to its blend of charming vibes and genuine hospitality. (Don't mistake this Pembrokeshire village for its urban namesake in south Wales).
Dishes can be as traditional as chicken liver and bacon pâté with apple and garlic chutney or fillet of Welsh beef with green peppercorn sauce. But the kitchen also branches out for smoked salmon and crab tartlet with anchovy mayonnaise or marinated pork fillet with spiced pears; Preseli lamb is even given the exotic treatment with Eastern spices, yoghurt and an accompanying chilli and tomato salsa.
Welsh cheeses might tempt as a finale; otherwise there are no-nonsense desserts such as apricot and apple tart or crème brûlée spiked with ginger.
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Modern Welsh / Eclectic
Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: 6.15 - 8.45pm Wed-Sun
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card