Debbie and Les the proprietors of the Lantern Grill welcome everyone to their restaurant in Lamphey.



The family run restaurant prides itself in its friendly atmosphere and service as Les always at hand for a chat. As a local lad he is able to provide both holiday-makers from afar and those a little closer to home with his intimate knowledge of the locality and various places of interest to visit.

Situated close to the Lamphey Mini Market and Petrol Station with a small front entrance many potential customers are deceived by the size of the entrance to the restaurant but on entered you will find a very spacious restaurant capable of seating fifty diners. Parking spaces for clients are to the front and side of restaurant.

The relaxed atmosphere of the restaurant with its cosy bar area invites you to enjoy a drink before ordering your meal from our friendly and helpful staff.


The Restaurant - The Lantern Grill

Our reasonably priced menu caters for all tastes with an extensive variety of dishes from which to choose. The large selection of meats dishes on offer have been sourced from local farms with our wide variety of steaks and their sources coming highly recommended. Local caught fish is always on the menu as well as our tasty home-made local dishes. The specials board changes on a weekly basis and there is a children's menu for the younger guests.

We have an Extensive Winelist and a well stocked Bar Sunday lunches are very popular with a large selection of locally grown fresh vegetables and choice of meats. You have a choice of one, two or three courses and a complimentary coffee to finish.


Les offers complimentary free transport to and from the restaurant for customers within twelve miles of the restaurant who wish to enjoy a drink with their meal and not worry about the journey home. Whilst encouraging the use of this service Les would ask you to book early for this service.


Local residents enjoying their meal at the Lantern Grill


There are many local places of interest with Lamphey Palace just up the road, which is worth a visit and many local beaches just a short distance away. The magnificent Pembroke Castle, the birthplace of Henry VII, is situated in the nearby town of Pembroke and a little further the old naval town of Pembroke Dock with its museum and now bustling ferry port. Irish Ferries operate a twice daily service to Rosslare in Ireland so perhaps if you are coming on holiday now is the time to take a daytrip on the ferry to Ireland and book a meal for your return.

Top - Board Haven Bay, Middle - Manorbier Castle, Bottom - Pembroke Castle


The village of Lamphey is situated between Tenby and Pembroke with the Lantern Grill Restaurant ideally located to take a relaxing evening meal after working up an appetite by taking a walk on the local beaches or the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park coastal path. Give the Lamphey Grill a visit and refuel yourself for the next day's adventures. We guarantee that you will never leave the Lantern Grill Restaurant dissatisfied or still hungry.

Large parties requiring a block booking or thinking of arranging a special event please contact Debbie or Les by phoning 01646 672574. For more information on opening times please phone 01646 672574. Our normal opening times are 5.00 pm in the evenings and 12.30 pm on Sunday during the main holiday season. Out of the summer months the opening times are 6.00 pm in the evenings on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday and 12.30 pm for Sunday lunch.



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