Visited Pembrokeshire for a few nights getaway , when we arrived at our cottage the weather was horrendous , driving rain and roads flooded after a five hr drive ;-/ to make matters worse i had no internet connection and no idea where we were lol. We quickly turned ourselves around and headed out, five mins down the road and facing a potential Chinese take away as the only option we stumbled across this place (luckily my wife spotted some diners in he window as it doesn't stand out as a restaurent) . We were warmly greated and offered a table confidently near a little heater as we were froze. Staff were friendly enough and decor modern and nice. Menu is a fancy Italian one, we always opt for the antipasti share board and this one didnt dissapoint with lots of nice nibbles. It was fairly large and we were glad we had shared one ! My wife had the lamb shoulder which was succulent and full of flavour, I had the spicey sausage pasta which could have been spicier if I'm honest but was nice enough. Morretti beer was to pricey but it is wherever you go these days. Bill came in under fifty quid and I was happy with what we had had, would really recommend this place. It seems it's the only proper restaurent in Fishguard and we would go back for sure.
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