This three-story town house, house both a top-class restaurant, with a relaxed friendly atmosphere, and comfortable rooms (see our ‘Places to Stay’ section). The dining room is airy, with crisp white napery and high-backed chairs.
Chef Luke Roberts mans the stoves, offering a short menu with just a few choices at each stage, and while the menu closely follows the seasons, to begin, there’s usually a soup – perhaps ‘Spiced Leek & Potato Soup with Crème Fraiche’; ‘Pan-Fried Sea Bass with Roasted Tomato & Caper Salsa’ and ‘Carmarthen Ham with Pea & Shallot Salad, Pea Purée & Parmesan Crisp’.
You might follow with the likes of ‘Pan-Fried Fillet of Cod with Sauté Potatoes, Pea Purée & Petit Pois’; 'Rack of Welsh Lamb with Leek Croquette, Parsnip & Vanilla Purée, Broccoli & Madeira Jus’; ‘Broccoli & Parmesan Pithivier with Sauté Potatoes, Broccoli & Parsley Sauce’ and ‘Pan-Fried Venison with Potato Fondant, Punchnep and Winberry & Port Jus’.
Desserts maintain the high standard, with perhaps 'Chocolate Fondant with Raspberry Jelly, Apricot Purée, Raspberries & Honey Ice Cream'; ‘Hot Honey & Banana Soufflé with Grilled Banana & Chocolate Sauce’. Whilst cheese lovers are offered a selection of Welsh varieties.
If you plan ahead, you can stay overnight - or longer - in one of their comfortable bedrooms.
- Food Style: Modern British
- Lunch: residents and advance bookings only
- Dinner: Mon-Sat, 18.30-20.30; mains about £15 to £27
- Seats: 20
- Wine: a well-chosen wine list, kicks off at around the £20 mark, including a Welsh offering
- Children's portions: No children of under 8 years of age
- Wheelchair access: Yes, but not lavatory
- Nearest station: Llanwrtyd Wells Rail
- Directions: in the town centre. See the map on this page.
- Parking: Street Parking
- Closed: Closed: L (except arranged bookings); Sun D
- Rooms available