Roedd croeso gwerinol yn y dafarn wledig hon, gyda lliaws o bobl yr ardalo yn bresennolo. roedd y bwyd yn...更多
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Just happened to be passing & popped in for lunch. Quirky is a good description for this place, red corrugated building, sawdust floor in bar & a brilliant GWR themed garden. Beer was excellent as was the food. The home made faggots in particular were...更多
An amazing quirky pub , sawdust on the floor and full of old and interesting memorabilia was like a museum inside Food was nicely cooked but very basic plain menu , frozen chips too . Thought it was overpriced but enjoyed the experience
Very interesting pub with loads of memorabilia going back to the time Great Western Railways built the building. Local ales...更多
We were staying locally in a cottage over the bank holiday weekend and our host told us try Tafarn Sinc.We where not dissapointed exellent home cooked food friendly staff and hosts a real breath of fresh air.Go and try it
No issue at all with the venue or the food and drink, but who I believe was the female co-owner was VERY rude and abrupt. Would not recommend.
This place was recomended to us. Be sure to take a camera as you'll wnat to take some pictures, the buiding is really interesting. The menu is not particulalry inspiring but the food was perfectly acceptable and good portions. Deserts were very nice. The real...更多
Living in Pembrokeshire we've called at Tafan Sinc a few times to enjoy a drink looking at the lovely views. My husband always enjoys the ale they serve and the staff are friendly. This was the first time we've eaten there. I was expecting reasonable...更多
I don't think I've ever been in such an interesting pub/restaurant. Every nook and cranny is crammed with memorabilia, photos, pictures, sayings, lamps, bicycles (yes, bicycles - on the ceiling!). It's a real treasure trove and I could have spent hours looking round.