In the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire

Places to Eat

Click on the link to find a few local restaurants recommended by Wales Online.

Here is a list of places to eat, in order of their distance from Torbant. All eating places serve local produce, where possible, and sea food is very popular. At peak times, booking is advisable.

THE FARMERS ARMS at Mathry is a 5 minute drive from Torbant. Traditional pub food and Sunday lunches are served here and it is open every day.


The Farmers Arms, Mathry

THE SHED BISTRO at Porthgain is just over a 5 minute drive from Torbant. This popular bistro offers a la carte dining. There is ample car parking nearby.


The Shed Bistro, Porthgain

THE SLOOP INN is also situated in the village of Porthgain. The main bar area is believed to date back to the 18th century. It is a popular spot for locals and visitors and offers an extensive menu daily.


The Sloop Inn, Porthgain

SOMETHING’S COOKING at Letterston has been voted one of the best fish and chip restaurants in Wales. It has a restaurant and take-away and there is a large car park next to the restaurant.


Something’s Cooking, Letterston

THE HARP at Letterston is a former coaching house and serves bar meals and has a restaurant. It is open every day and serves Sunday lunches. There is a large car park next to the restaurant.


The Harp, Letterston

THE ROYAL OAK in the centre of Fishguard is the site of the signing of the surrender of the French forces following the attempted invasion in 1797. The table where the surrender was signed is still there. This pub offers traditional ‘pub grub.’