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Served with a thick slice of bread and a good chunk of Welsh Cheddar.01558822291 11 Mansel St, Carmarthen SA31 1PX Deri Reed and business partner Steffan Lemke Elms took over the formerly Caban Y Dderwen business and ran a crowdfunding campaign to raise money from the local community to relaunch as The 01558 823030 Trapp, Llandeilo SA19 6UA Cawl at Carreg Cennen Castle is the perfect accompaniment to the brisk wind that battles these majestic fortifications.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.

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.To add a depth of flavour to their Cawl, the Gwesty’r Emlyn uses locally sourced Welsh lamb.Served with warm and crunchy homemade multigrain bread, plus a chunk of Dragon Welsh Cheddar, this hearty meal will be sure to satisfy.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.

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