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Family friendly, great food and a beautiful location. 3 pop up kitchens with guest chefs, a great choice, and choice of drinks.
Don't miss the hot chocolate with marshmallows. Great with a shot of Barti rum as well 😄
What a little gem I was introduced to today, Sunday lunch with some old friends at y gegin. It’s a simple affair of good honest fresh food most of which is locally grown and sourced, served in a great environment where you’re made to feel...relaxed and welcome. The menus are not extensive yet there was a wide choice of dishes from the two kitchens open today. Kale salad with toasted seeds and dates, halloumi fries and the best shakshuka I’ve had for sometime which came with a fresh flatbread which aided the cleaning of the bowls. Thanks to all at y gegin today for such a refreshing change, I’ll be back for sureMore
I am vegan and have eaten here several times. The food is amazing and the atmosphere is lovely and relaxed. Two things to point out though are that you need to wrap up in winter as its a bit cold, and dogs are not allowed...inside. In summer they are allowed in outside seating area.More
Great venue nice food friendly atmosphere what more do you need to build memories with friend on a night out. Due to the size of the venue ( which was a real surprise) you will need to bring some warm clothing it don’t let that...put you off going it just Part of the experience 👍More
If you like artisan and are interested in the provenance of your food, you must go here. The meals we had from Paternoster Farm were very good, in spite of the wait, and I think the concept is a brilliant thing for the area. Hoping...they continue the success and congratulations on seeing something useful in the old market hall and turning it into something so contemporary!More
So impressed with the Halloween Harry Potter day at Y Gegin this year. We came along as a family of four and we all enjoyed the atmosphere, films & food. The kids enjoyed the Hogwarts workshop and sweet shop. A fantastic day and the pizzas...were awesome!!! Best pizza I have tasted for a long time.More
Have eaten here with family several times since it opened in June 2019. A thoroughly enjoyable experience every time. Very high quality innovative dishes. Massive interesting listed building that is the Old Market Hall. Relaxed atmosphere, no bookings needed and a separate section for children.
Pembroke has been crying out for a community hub of this calibre for a long time. So thrilled that finally the dock has a wonderful communal space to eat delicious locally cooked produce from. There a small bar and three different kitchens to chose your...food from. An interestingly stocked mini shop with hard to source ingredient such as fish sauce and others Asian style ingredient, cook books etc. Kids will love it as it’s a great open space for them to discover knocks and crannies. Food is top notch. What’s not to like. Please note it’s currently open weekends only.More
Y Gegin never fails to leave me in awe of the amazing food on offer. I have never had a bad meal and always a great choice of freshly prepared food with local ingredients. The atmosphere and decor is perfect for a relaxing meal. A...great concept supported by guest chefs each week and an ever changing menu meaning you can go every day of the weekend and eat something different. I have also made use of their takeaway service, packaged in recyclable boxes.More
We have been following this venture on Instagram for a while but last weekend we were lucky enough to visit! We certainly weren’t disappointed. We visited a little late ( mid afternoon) and so unfortunately some vendors had sold out of food but we were...delighted by the food we ordered; delicious pork belly, pizza and cheesecake. The setting was great but a little chilly so wrap up warm as there isn’t heating. We will certainly be back! All the very best of luck - just what Pembrokeshire needed to put it on the foodie map!More