A light lunch of home made soup from an Italian recipe was rounded off with probably the most delicious dessert I've had in a long while - and I was not the only one to enjoy such an experience.
But, this is a popular place with locals and visitors to Pembrokeshire - of which there are many! The dishes are prepared and cooked on site in the small kitchen and waiting and people watching is a necessary past-time. The wait is not too long but this is not a fast food restaurant and when it arrives - it is a delight, not surprisingly so as the two chefs have an abundance of experience at a high level.
The dining room is cosy but there is plenty of room in the adjoining areas and service is both pleasant, helpful and understanding.
It is easy to underestimate this place: don't! The food is as good, if not better, than many restaurants who shout how good they are and at a cost that is much lower: and the menu changes from time to time.
In winter there are some evening meals that again surpass expectations. But book early as these are as popular as the daytime options.
For me the best judge of Nant-y-Coy is that if it were nearer it would be a regular favourite.
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