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Pardon My Garden

This is the bizarre name for a lovely restaurant in the countryside above Pembroke. Take the B4319 (signposted Stackpole, Bosherston) from Pembroke and follow the signs to Hangman's Hall - yes, really - and Pardon My Garden. Light meals and teas are available, and those seeking gluten free food are well catered for.

We sat in the very pleasant south-facing conservatory, basking in the March sunshine whilst listening to the wind whistling outside. The service was prompt and very friendly. The restaurant was adorned with many ornaments, most of which were for sale

Nursery garden

Pond and conservatory Conservatory
Welsh garden


Top: The on-site plant nursery

Centre left: The restaurant beside a pond

Centre right: Inside the restaurant

Bottom: The pleasant garden

Pembroke Carvery

The long frontage is prominent on the lower part of Pembroke's one-way system, opposite a pay and display car park. The building serves three functions: a chinese take-away, and a combined chinese and western restaurant. The chinese food is first class and the take-away is very popular with locals and tourists alike. When very busy, an upper floor can be used to increase the restaurant seating capacity.

Pembroke Carvery, chinese take-away and restaurant
The left hand side of the building is the take-away, and the right (only part seen in this picture) is the restaurant

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