Small, intimate restaurant in the centre of the village. Very busy, almost all seats taken when I visited. No reception area, you go straight to your table. Booking essential most evening apparently. Very good food from a small but interesting menu. Specials that are very good value for money. House wine a little expensive but not over the top.
Food well prepared and presented. Some local Welsh courses such as cockles with laverbread are very good. Also good use of Welsh cheeses in several starters and main meals. Overall a very good restaurant with friendly efficient staff.