Café Môr’s Laverbread Brekky Roll

Jonathan Williams runs the fabulously quirky Café Môr, the world’s very first solar-powered, mobile-converted fishing boat and seaweed kitchen. Overlooking Freshwater West beach in Pembrokeshire, the food truck goes way beyond ordinary beach café grub, incorporating locally foraged ingredients in a menu that skips from this sensational (and sensationally easy to make) brekky roll with laverbread to Pembrokeshire lobster roll with Welsh seaweed butter.   Ingredients … Continue reading Café Môr’s Laverbread Brekky Roll

Pink Peppercorn’s recipe for Fishguard Cawl

Operating from a bright-pink vintage caravan, the Pink Peppercorn food truck fires out innovative modern riffs on traditional Welsh recipes. Owners Alex and Rachel take pride in sourcing the best local, organic and seasonal ingredients, taking their truck to farmers markets, county shows and food festivals across South Wales. Here they give their unique spin on the recipe for Fishguard Cawl, named after the Pembrokeshire … Continue reading Pink Peppercorn’s recipe for Fishguard Cawl

A Ramble around Dinas Island

Walk length: 4.75km. Right from the off, Dinas Island dishes up surprises. Because of course, for one thing, it is not an island but a bulbous peninsula. For another, the access point from the A487 at Dinas Cross between Fishguard and Newport is unpromising: it scarcely suggests one of Pembrokeshire’s finest stretches of coast path could be so close. But weave down a couple of … Continue reading A Ramble around Dinas Island

Mrs Will the Fish, Solva’s exquisite seafood takeaway

An idyllic fishing village ensconced in a deep, dreamy cove; fishing vessels fetchingly bobbing in the harbour as evening steals over the sea and you start to contemplate dinner… the next image in this sequence, you would think, would be devouring a hearty portion of fresh-off-the-boat seafood. But no, not that often, not in the UK in spite of its culinary advancements, not unless you … Continue reading Mrs Will the Fish, Solva’s exquisite seafood takeaway

Finding food market heaven in St Dogmaels

Sometimes you find foodie treasures in the most unlikely places. Hugging the banks of the River Teifi in Pembrokeshire, the low-key village of St Dogmaels hosts a weekly market that is a true feast of top-quality local produce.  Quantity doesn’t necessarily equate with quality, and the produce market in St Dogmaels is a case in point. Tucked behind the evocative ruins of the medieval St … Continue reading Finding food market heaven in St Dogmaels

The Ferry Inn, St Dogmaels: a pub brimming with coastal character

Cracking coastal pubs are as rare as gold dust, but we knew we were onto a winner the moment we set foot in the sky-blue Ferry Inn in St Dogmaels, with its easygoing vibe, terrace overlooking the Teifi Estuary and plentiful local seafood on the menu.   Why we love it… Wow, what a view! We were lucky enough to snag one of the last tables … Continue reading The Ferry Inn, St Dogmaels: a pub brimming with coastal character