One of the best roasts we have ever eaten, all five of us unanimous for once -)) Great service, great value at £7.50.
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Had Sunday lunch while on holiday in the village. The portions were generous and the seperately served vegetables were freshly cooked. The potatoes were good too except for the roasted ones which were hard.
The White Hart Inn is situated in the small village of St Dogmaels approximately 2 miles from Cardigan. There is a good selection of meals on the menu plus a 'catch of the day' fish dish which is shown on the board next to the...More
It's a small village, but the White Hart Inn serves incredible food. We had fish and chips and a rib steak. Very fresh food, very flavorful, huge portions. It's a small pub type of place but so worth a visit. The owners Andy and Karen...More
Menu changes daily depending on the "catch of the day". We enjoyed local Mussels cooked with wine, garlic and cream and the tastiest cod in batter made with a local beer. Suggest stick to the daily catch and you won;t be disappointed.
Went in one afternoon and the place was empty. The barmaid was not at all welcoming. Looked at the specials board and thought the prices very high for what looks like a tired, small, local pub. The food would have to be something special to...More
Another visit to the White Hart, great food and prices. Very tasty and generous portions meant that yet again we were too full for pudding. The Felinfoil Double Dragon was as good as I remembered it. Looking forward to another return visit.
At last! A perfect dish of whitebait - not a hint of deep-fried breadcrumbs. In fact, everything was pretty good about our meal choices for four: rib-eye steak, plaice, garlic prawns and the Angus burger - all were delicious. And a lovely pint of Wye...More