Eating out

Restaurants in Newport

Local Specialty Crab and Lobster

We suggest you check availability and restaurant opening times before visiting

Blas offers top quality food, great atmosphere, friendly and efficient service Tel 01239 820065.

The Canteen popular for its good quality burgers and home cooked pizzas Tel 01239 820131.

Cat Rock A wonderful atmospheric café overlooking the bay and located within Newport Sands Golf Club. An excellent variety of freshly cooked breakfasts, delicious lunches and tempting cakes are served throughout the day.

Golden Lion Restaurant consistently provides good food. Excellent value and well worth considering. (01239) 820321.

Llys Meddyg Excellent cuisine.Two dining rooms one bistro style, the second more formal. A third restaurant adjoining spacious garden for summer dining. Tel 01239 82008.

Morawelon Restaurant Parrog (other side of water from Dormy House). Beautifully situated cafe and restaurant overlooking the sea. Good food at a reasonable price. Not usually open in the evenings 01239 82 056.

Tides Kitchen and Wine Bar – Excellent cuisine. Tel 01239 820777.

Pubs providing Food – Newport

The Golden Lion in addition to the restaurant, the Golden Lion also serves excellent pub food 01239 820321.

The Royal Oak Pub Simple local pub speciallity curry.

The Castle – good value Sunday lunches.

Restaurants a short distance from Newport

Cardigan – Shampan Floating Restaurant – Indian cuisine ideal venue from which to enjoy the river views. The Restaurant is not personally recommended but if you enjoy Indian cuisine this restaurant could be worth trying. Approximately 12 miles from Newport.Tel 01239 621444.

Cardigan Cafe adjoining Cardian cinema/theatre ideal before or after performances

Cilgerran – The Glasshouse Cafe The Visitor Centre houses a ‘treetop’ level cafe with panoramic views of the Teifi River. (Directions – Turn to the village of Cilgerran. At Pen-y-Bryn follow the brown signs to the Wildlife Centre).Approximately 11 miles from Newport. This cafe has not been visited and we cannot personally recommend it or the Wildlife Centre. However, if you are visiting Cilgerran and its castle, then the wildlife centre may be worth visiting.Tel 01239 621600

Dinas – Old Sailor Pwllgwallod, Dinas, approx 3 miles from Newport. The Old Sailor overlooks a very pretty bay with lovely walks along the coastal path or a level footpath through the valley to the picturesque bay of Cwm-yr-eglwys. The restaurant specialises in sea food and is very reasonably priced – lobster is recommended for lunch. The proprietor buys most of his wine from France and he tends to choose well. Quincy from the Sancerre region is one of our favourites at this restaurant. Tel. 01348 811 491.

Fishguard – Peppers cafe and restaurant Tel 01348 874540

Gellifawr, Pontfaen – Gellifawr Hotel Restaurant about 6 miles out of Newport. Worth considering Tel. 01239 820 343.

Gwbert The Cliff Hotel Approximately just beyond Cardigan, 14 miles from Newport. Recently modernised hotel with spa facilities and dining area with spectacular views (01239) 613241.

Letterston – Somethings Cooking a little further away, en route to Haverfordwest. A very, very popular upmarket fish and chip restaurant.

Nevern – Trewern Arms Nevern is a recommeded hamlet to visit.approximately 5 miles away close to the river and beautiful walks. The pub is a useful stop off for a drink.

Porthgain – The Sloop Inn Porthgain, Haverfordwest Pub restaurant about 15 miles from Newport. Good food, good value and great atmosphere. A visit to Porthgain incorporating a meal at the pub is well worth the visit . (01348) 831449.

Porthgain – The Shed Well regarded for its fish and chips set in the historic harbour of Porthgain with local galleries. Worth considering. Tel. 01348 831518.

St Dogmaels – Ferry Inn (Newport side of Cardigan). The Ferry Inn is in a good location for a riverside drink or pub meal.Approximately 10 miles from Newport. The idyllic setting makes the Ferry Inn worth considering if in the area. Tel. 01239 615172.

St Dogmaels – Y Felin Mill and Tea Room dating back to the twelfth century.One of only two working mills in Wales. Completely renovated with its original machinery. Guided tours available revealing the making of a wonderful selection of flour including Welsh organic wholemeal, seed and herb and garlic and chive. Tea room with home made produce. The Mill is open Monday to Saturday. The Tea Rooms are closed at weekends. Tel 01239 613999 to check if Mill is open.

Most restaurants require advance booking.