“The fact that all ingredients are locally sourced, makes this a fantastic restaurant!” declares a fan of The Gallery – a champion of Welsh sustainability run by a keen, energetic and passionate team. You can sip nifty cocktails, wines and local beers in the lively ground-floor bar, but the real action is in the upstairs restaurant – complete with an open kitchen. An ever-changing menu means there is “always something new to try”, and the possibilities are mightily inviting – just consider “spot-on” renditions of slow-braised Jacob’s Ladder beef with pancetta, wild mushrooms and a timbale of blue cheese or seared fillet of stone bass with crispy polenta, fennel and wild garlic gremolata. To start, there might be an intriguing cassoulet terrine with fig and sultana crisps, while desserts could herald salted caramel tart with praline and ginger ice cream or buttermilk pannacotta with macerated raspberries and raspberry sauce. There’s “quality across the board”, prices are remarkably reasonable and the whole place crackles with enthusiasm.