Pembroke Dock is not the prettiest of towns and the availability of proper beer, properly kept is an extreme rarity. It's very easy to eat badly in this town but difficult to eat well. Thank God for the Station. I've been an occasional but regular visitor for a few years and I'm always pleased. My visit on Monday was exceptional. Two courses for two and three and a half pints for less than £28. Wonderful! Not fine dining but exceptionally fine pub food at low cost. Where else can you enjoy pâté, followed by ham, potatoes and parsley sauce and a decent beef bourgignone at these prices. The menu is surprisingly long and varied, something for everyone. If you are passing through (no one stays) it will be the saviour of an otherwise boring, hungry and thirsty night.
And! Walking distance from the soulless Travel lodge.
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