Where to eat in Pembrokeshire

Some News, Thoughts & Updates January already flying us by in pools of rain with the odd clear day to saviour. It is great to see people getting out and about despite the weather and dropping in for a speciality coffee in Pembrokeshire, the rise of the flat white is still growing here and one of our aims is to bring the speciality coffee scene to Fishguard. Having just recently visited two of the most exciting coffee roasters in Wales, The Welsh Coffee Company & Coal Town Coffee it is motivating to see them further developing their businesses which in turn means that customers are going to experience a continuing range of quality coffees that are sourced from individual farmers and made with passion and understanding of the product. It has to be said that the whole of the Food & Drink is really pushing through in the UK, with a real drive towards social regeneration, boosting the local economy and generally putting a smile on people’s faces. Here at PEPPERS we source Local produce from Pembrokeshire, we want to grow our relationship with the place that we are from pouring Craft Beer & Ales from Pembrokeshire Micro Breweries and always including quality ingredients into our homemade cakes and fresh produce for our simple but tasty lunch menu, nothing is brought in, everything is made here in the kitchen at PEPPERS. Yesterday when driving back from Coal Town Coffee Roasters there was  an interesting  show on Radio 4 on the rise of the Cardiff food scene over the last years, somehow feel that we are at the beginnings of something similar here! http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06y9798