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The Restaurant and Lounge Area are beautifully oak panelled with an extensive menu, serving excellent cuisine all day, every day.The popular carvery is available every lunchtime with a beautiful selection of deserts.
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.
Traditionally made with mutton or lamb from the Black Mountains and crammed full of vegetable goodness including root vegetables, Welsh leeks and wild garlic, Cawl is a staple on the county’s foodie map; with each recipe boasting its own secret ingredient or 'twist' on the old favourite.
From artisan delis in the market town of Llandeilo to thatched inns dating back to the 14th century, establishments across the county are serving up their own take on the hearty dish synonymous with Carmarthenshire cuisine.
Dating back to the early 17th Century, The Boar’s Head Hotel is a former coaching inn steeped in history.
Found in the centre of the thriving market town of Carmarthen, the old coaching inn offers an inviting, cosy pub atmosphere to guests - complete with 16 comfortable en suite rooms - Cawl is one of the pub’s most popular dishes, made from a traditional recipe and dished up with a fresh crusty roll and a block of Welsh cheese.) alongside well-stocked counters of local cheese, breads, olives, antipasti, charcuterie and over 180 different types of gin; plus an assortment of traditional Welsh cuisine served up daily.