After a day of exploring St. David’s and the surrounding coast, my aunt, uncle and I headed to one of the many pubs and eateries for supper. The Farmer’s Arms is located on Goat Street just around the corner from the Cross Square. We were staying for a week and each pub was going to get its turn for an evening meal. There is a beer garden at the back of the pub overlooking the cathedral. It had been quite a popular spot during the day. We chose to sit inside for our meal. The dogs were welcome everywhere and made themselves comfortable under our table.
The place was busy, and we settled in with our drinks but didn’t have to wait long for our food to appear. I opted for the smoked haddock cakes and seasonal vegetables, my aunt chose the scampi and chips, and my uncle went for the ham, eggs and chips. The good sea air from our walk along the coast path had us hankering for good old-fashioned comfort food and it was delicious. I do believe we all cleared our plates, and my uncle may have given the dogs a few cheeky chips under the table – a recurring theme throughout the week. No room for dessert though as we had treated ourselves to ice cream from The Chocolate Chapel not long before supper.