Find this good family-run restaurant with rooms, splendidly perched in 20 acres of natural gardens on the cliffs above Druidston Haven. The dining room has bare wooden floors, some artwork and excellent views over the sea.
The menu relies heavily on local seasonal produce, so changes a little each day, depending on the local catch. But starters such as 'Char-grilled Chili Lime Squid with Coriander Salad'; 'Chicken Liver Parfait with Chutney & Toast'; and 'Gravadlax with Dill & Dijon Dressing' typify the style for starters.
While an early summer menu might include 'Welsh Lamb stuffed with Apricot & Rosemary with Black Pudding Mash'; 'Beer Battered Hake Fillet with Lemon Mayonnaise'; 'Seared Fillet Sirloin & Barbary Duck with a Port Jus' and 'Risotto Verde' among the mains.
If you still have room, you might be tempted by 'Chocolate Orange Cheesecake'; 'Banoffi Pie' or 'Dutch-style Apple Pie' (with lattice).
If you plan ahead, you can stay the night (or perhaps longer) in one of their comfortable rooms.
- Food Style: Modern Welsh
- Lunch: all week, 12.30-14.30; set L £17 (2 courses); mains £13 to £21.00
- Dinner: all week, 19.30-21.30; set D £25 (2 courses); mains £13 to £21.00
- Seats: 46, plus 50 outside
- Wine: a concise list kicks off at £10.50
- Children's portions: Yes, when possible (plus children
- Wheelchair access: Yes
- Directions: See the map at the top of the page.
- Parking: Yes
- Outside eating
- Rooms available