A bite to eat...

George Wheeler Restaurant

A fine place to eat in Pembroke, much of The Kings excellent reputation is thanks to the late George Wheeler who bought the hotel in 1957. In doing so he created a restaurant and bar which very quickly became renowned for tasty regional food and beer.

The Kings cherishes its history. What is today the restaurant was a kitchen during the 16th century. The rustic charm of the room is brought to life by an impressive collection of copper pots and pans hung from the wooden beams. These link The Kings with the Earl of Cawdor, having been purchased by George Wheeler from the nearby Stackpole Estate, home of the famous Bosherston Lakes ‘Lily Ponds.’

Local asparagus, strawberries and cherries from Springfield Nursery in Manorbier all appear on the menu when in season. Carmarthen Ham from Albert Rees is extremely popular as is Pant Mawr cheese.

A Sunday roast in front of the log fire is a glorious experience, or kick back in the bar and enjoy a drink with our daily specials, including lots of fresh local seafood.

Food Allergies & Intolerances

Food and drinks served at The Kings may contain nuts or derivatives of nuts. If you suffer from an allergy or food intolerance, please consult a member of staff who will be pleased to advise you.

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