Just of the A48 after Crosshands but before Carmarthen, if you ever are heading down West Wales way make time to pop in for lunch or even dinner (booking advisable in both cases).
The welcome is very warm and friendly and the staff can't do enough for you.
The menu has a great choice of options and desserts are worth saving a little space for Mmmm.
From fish to steak and of course Lamb. All cooked fresh and always well presented and never too much.
A full variety of drinks and in the summer you can sit outside to enjoy the sun. It is a great little sun trap in a lovely tiny village.
From the outside it looks like a classic Italian, but inside is a traditional british pub. Always very clean and busy. They obviously do have children eating there but it is great for a nice romantic meal too.
A lovely churchyard right next door always worth a look around. Amazing setting.
I understand that they also have a cottage they rent out too. This is a great central location if you are ever visiting Wales.
Great landlord and staff. We visit maybe once or twice a month for lunch or evening meal and have not once been disappointed. They also do all the menu as a take-away, though we have never tried this service because you miss the great atmosphere of the restaurant / pub.
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