Wood floors, uneven whitewashed walls and floor-to-ceiling bookcases create a relaxed, informal environment in this cosy and very welcoming little restaurant. Despite changes in the kitchen, the basic thrust of the menu remains the same: excellent Pembrokeshire produce cooked simply, with an emphasis on flavour. Uncluttered, gutsy starters of ham hock and apricot terrine with piccalilli or pork scratchings with toasted sourdough mighty give way to main course favourites such as slow-roasted belly pork with black pudding, onion gravy and apple sauce or 8oz Welsh sirloin steak with horseradish butter, slow-roasted tomato and triple-cooked beef dripping chips. Everything is homemade, including the excellent breads and desserts such as baked chocolate and raspberry cheesecake with raspberry sorbet or sticky toffee bara brith pudding. Children’s meals are available until 7pm.