There are so many great eating & drinking spots in Tenby you are spoilt for choice so we decided to put together a street map of Tenby and include some of our favorites –
The Cove – This is the closest pub to us just a short stroll away, the pub itself has just undergone a refurbishment and the owners have created a modern yet intimate venue, with booths for a cwtch and comfy sofa to stretch out on, along side the array of local ales and a superb Gin menu the Cove also serves a fantastic menu.
The Qube – This is possibly our favorite restaurant in Tenby serving some great food in a relaxed, informal setting the decor is modern, the staff are great and the food is superb, during the summer months The Qube have tables outside which is a lovely place to sit for an afternoon watching the world go by.
Plantagenet House – Located down a side alley just off Tudor Square is Plantegent House, this is a true gem in Tenby, the restaurant, thought to be the oldest house in Tenby with some of the exposed beams and stonework dating back to the 10th century, the food at Plantegenet House is out of this world, it is an ideal place to celebrate that special someone
Harbwr Tap Room & Kitchen (formerly The Buccaneer) – A must stop on a tour of Tenby. The pub itself is lovely inside with a large beer garden to soak up the summer sun, the food is great and it boasts The Harbwr Brewery with it`s unique cask and bottled ales
Cwl Box – Tenby`s street food venue is popular with both locals and tourists offering a relaxed and informal dining experience and serve a variety of beers, ciders and spirits sourced from independent suppliers.
s - Located on Tenbys South Beach, you couldn`t want for a better view whilst enjoying a cocktail or 2, the menu is inspired by the location with fresh locally caught seafood taking pride of place on the menu
Hope & Anchor – Another of Tenby`s great drinking spots, always a great atmosphere serving great food in informal surroundings, outdoor seating at the front of the pub to relax and watch the world go by.
The Normandie – Found nestled between the Medieval Town Walls and Upper Frog Street, this central pub serves good food and great beer, it is a popular cgoice with both the local crowd and visitors to Tenby
This is just a small selection of places to eat and drink in Tenby, do let us know if there are any you have heard of that are not on our map and want the lowdown.