After a week of healthy eating, minus the cakes, we thought we’d treat ourselves with dinner out. There are quite a few lovely places to choose from in Pembrokeshire but sometimes the veggie options aren’t as varied as I’d like & I think we all know how fussy I am! We’d walked passed Cwtch restaurant in St. Davids last year so had a look at their menu. There was only one veggie option in the starters & main but they looked so good that we went there. We had to book as it gets very busy.

Veg Tagine at CwtchMy meal started with a lovely cuba libre cocktail! Then I went for the veggie spring rolls as my starter. I was so hungry & they looked so delicios that I didn’t stop to take a picture. They were filled with spinach & feta and came with a raita. Delicious. My main came out quite soon after that. By then I was on to a lovely red wine – so lovely I can’t remember what it was! My main was this beautiful roasted vegetable tagine with cous cous. It was so tasty & well cooked. There wasn’t anything that I didn’t like about it. I was very impressed. It was quite filling so had to make sure that I left some so that I had plenty of room for the pudding that I had my eye on – The Cwtch Creme Brulee.

Creme BruleeIf a menu has creme brulee on it, I am going to have it. No matter what. It’s my all time favourite desert but it has to be plain. I don’t mind a bit of fruit or shortbread on the side, but it shouldn’t be flavoured or ruined with anything else, like lemon, chocolate, orange or mint. Gross. This one, I am very pleased to say, was perfect. It wasn’t too big or too small & had a lovely creamy texture. I was very impressed.

The only criticism I have was that they brought our food out too quickly & would’ve preferred to allow a bit more time between each course. But apart from that it was excellent. Great food & atmosphere. I’ll definitely be going back. x

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