Firstly we walked in having not booked a table although booking is advised. As we walked in we were greeted by a man I assume was the owner, he was very friendly and polite and informed us that a table would become available in a short while. He handed us a couple of menus and invited us to wait in the bar area down stairs until a table became available. After approximately a 15 minute wait the same man came and got us and walked us to a table. The decor was oldy worldy and was very well suited to the tudor exterior. I noticed a lot of people complaining about the lighting on here but where we were sat the lighting was perfect. Most importantly the food was of excellent quality, tasted fantastic and the portions were brilliant. We started off with sun dried tomato bread and butter which was a very tasty and must have been complimentary as it wasn't included in our bill. The main courses were superb and full of flavour. Although the prices are a little more pricey than the majority of restaurants in Tenby you can't argue it's well worth the extra few quid. We will definitely dine here again on a return to Tenby!
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