Eateries in Pembrokeshire - including a double scoop for a Saundersfoot establishment - have come up trumps in their categories at the 4th Welsh Restaurant Awards 2023.

Following the success of the previous award ceremonies, Oceanic Events presented the 4th Welsh Restaurant Awards 2023, which look to celebrate the diverse range of restaurants and fine dining establishments that Wales has to offer.

After a difficult few years for the restaurant industry, these prestigious awards recognise the dedication and perseverance of those restaurants that work towards providing their customers with a quality dining experience.

By recognising outstanding restaurants and dining establishments, these awards help to raise the profile of the Welsh food and restaurant industry and contribute to its ongoing growth and success.

Following the voting process where the public considered everything from quality to service and ambiance, the finest restaurants and dining establishments in Wales were shortlisted in various categories with the winners being announced on November 27.

Stone Crab
The Stone Crab in Saundersfoot won two awards (Stone Crab/Facebook)

A spokesperson for the 4th Welsh Restaurant Awards said: “This was another amazing opportunity for us to showcase the absolute best of the Welsh Restaurant sector.

“These Awards aim to provide a platform to those who have dedicated their career in providing us with delicious dishes across multiple cuisines in a timely manner and affordable prices.

“We want to congratulate all of our winners and our highly commended recipients on their accomplishments.”

Those recognised locally at the 4th Welsh Restaurant Awards 2023 were the following:

The Stone Crab in Saundersfoot was named both ‘Seafood Restaurant of the Year’ and ‘Mediterranean Restaurant of the Year’.

Madtom Seafood Cafe Bar & Guest Rooms in Narberth was named ‘Hotel Restaurant of the Year’.

‘Romantic Restaurant of the Year’ went to Wolfscastle Country Hotel in Haverfordwest.

Indie Burger Tenby
Indie Burger on Tenby's Upper Frog Street (Google street view)

Indie Burger in Tenby was awarded a ‘highly commended’ in the ‘Burger Restaurant of the Year’ category; with Got Beef in Cardiff winning.