Friendly waterside pub with fresh fish and shellfish, local ales and an airy extension with lovely views.
The good pub guide review
This strikingly located pub sits right by the water ' its boast that it has one of the best sea-wall bars in Wales is true. The seats on the rooftop terrace (you can eat up here too) make the most of the lovely view of Milford Haven waterway, and there are delightful coastal walks to either side. The convivial licensees have created a cosy and inviting atmosphere, helped along by beams, wood panelling, traditional red quarry tiles and open fires. You'll find Brains Rev James, Evan Evans Cwrw Haf and Tenby Harbwr North Star on handpump, a well chosen wine list, local cider and malt whiskies (including a Welsh one); background music. There's also a modern, glass-fronted extension with its own stand-alone stove, and the big windows and doors open up the wonderful view of the coastline.
The good pub guide food review
The good food uses the best local produce, with the focus on impeccably fresh fish and shellfish from local fishing boats. Other dishes include sandwiches, salads, smoked mackerel pâté, Welsh lamb cawl, beef and stout puff pastry pie with chips, spicy prawn and mango curry, vegetable lasagne, gammon steak with mash and greens, and puddings such as sticky toffee pudding and chocolate orange torte. Takeaway menu available too.