There are several eateries around Cross Square in the center of St. Davids, Pembrokeshire, and The Bishops is one of the pubs. It has a patio/beer garden at the back overlooking the cathedral but on the night we went there for dinner, we ate inside overlooking the square. It is a busy place; every time we had walked by during our stay in St. Davids, there was a steady stream of customers.
As in all places we had been in this lovely small city, the dogs were more than welcome and they settled down as was their custom, under the table, hoping for some scraps of food to find their way into their mouths. My aunt and I both chose the Welsh cawl (stew), the small portion, and my uncle chose a burger and chips. The portions were more than adequate, and I would hate to imagine what the full size looked like. The cawl came with two slices of thick bread and a huge hunk of cheese. There was no chance we were going to eat all that, so the cheese and bread made it home and provided a lovely lunch for us the next day. The cheese was local and the bread very fresh.
Located at 22-23 Cross Square and open from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm unless it’s busy, then it stays open until 12 am.