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Review: Kings Arms

Restaurant

Pembroke, Wales, United Kingdom

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  • Nov 2014
  • Pembroke Wales
  • Casual
  • British

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Pembroke is the town with a fantastic castle that was the birthplace of Henry VIII. The town is quite small, but there is a lot of choice for eating out. Even so, we went back to the Kings Arms three nights in a row as the food was so good! It was very busy the last weekend in November, with the Christmas Fair at the Castle, so you do need to pre-book a table. It was nice and warm with an open fire, a friendly atmosphere and excellent staff. The homemade steak and ale pie was deep and tasty without too much pastry, and the venison steak was perfectly cooked. Seasonal vegetables are served, including red cabbage and roast parsnips. We didn’t have room to try the desserts, but we did see another couple sharing a substantial ice cream and brandy basket! Main courses are around £10-£13, with some unusual specials, an easy drinking red wine as well as a choice of real ales. So, definitely a very pleasant dining experience.



 

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