The White Hart serves Cawl throughout the winter months and ensures their signature beer is added to the mix alongside the traditional ingredients of Welsh lamb, vegetables and pearl barley. Since the late 18th Century, this traditional coaching inn has served traditional, local food and refreshments.
The warming Cawl is served alongside hot baked bread and Welsh cheese. Now homing Wright’s Food Emporium, this quirky bistro-style cafe serves a host of locally sourced produce and fresh home-cooked dishes with a twist; with a huge focus on local, artisan goods and delicious deli staples.
Carmarthenshire’s lush fertile valleys and flowing rivers have awarded the county with a huge variety of fantastic local produce, grown and nurtured from the land; with a delicious array of traditional dishes served up as specialities across the county for centuries.
One of the most famous is the traditional dish of Cawl, a warming winter stew, still gracing menus as a favourite in establishments across the county.
Controversially their Cawl boasts no meat- our best seller for over 30 years is a hearty broth which owes its success to the red split lentils that are slowly simmered to perfection and add the perfect sweetness to lots of chunky vegetables.Their short and seasonal menu of home cooked food, places an equal emphasis on vegetarian dishes but have kept their cawl traditional in using Welsh lamb neck, alongside a chunk of crusty organic sourdough and strong Welsh cheddar.To add to the celebration of the flavours of Wales the national vegetable, leek, is combined with herbs and rosemary in a rustic pesto & swirled through the broth. SA19 6NP The Plough is proud to be one of the oldest hostelries in Llandeilo, as far back as 1858 when it was one of the 23 public houses in a town of only 290 houses.To help visitors discover the fantastic Cawl on offer across the county, a 'Cawl Crawl' has been launched; highlighting all of the best places to feast on the delicious stew. Ginhaus is a seriously cool delicatessen, gin and wine bar, set in the heart of the boutique market town of Llandeilo.Here you will find a quirky decor (including floors made from pennies!