The Tanners Arms, Defynnog - This is a great local pub for beer and atmosphere. The food is simple pub-grub but the guest beers are really good and you can always have a small taster shot to check which you prefer. Once you find the pint you like you can TAKE OUT draught beers to drink at the cottage and solve all those drink driving problems. Take Away food is also available. Children welcome.
The White House, Sennybridge - An open plan pub serving good food. Children welcome.
The Bridge Cafe/Bistro – Brecon (March to October)
The food is all home cooked using seasonal and local ingredients where possible. We offer evening meals on Thursdays Fridays and Saturdays, and lazy Sunday breakfasts from 9am. The menu changes monthly - there will normally be a choice from 4 or 5 starters mains and puddings, main meals priced from around £8 to £12.
Pilgrims Rea Rooms -Brecon Cathedral close.
Traditional home-cooking using locally sourced and many organic ingredients, all freshly prepared on the premises. Pilgrims also offer a Picnic lunch to order and take on your day out.
The tea rooms are fully licensed and are open Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm. They are also open for snacks on Sundays and Mondays seasonally.
The Felin Fach Griffin – Between Brecon & Hay on Wye
Not a cheap eat! but does source locally and has an awarding chef. Beautiful surroundings and convenient location.
Afternoon tea at Gliffaes – Gliffaes Country House Hotel A40 to Crickhowell
Over the years Afternoon Tea at Gliffaes has become something of a local institution. They serve afternoon tea nearly every day of the. Tea is served from 4 to 5.30pm. There is no need to book but please do call if you intend taking a party larger than ten people.
A large table is set up at the end of the sitting room from which you can help yourself to as much as you like and come back for seconds. And what a feast it is too; homemade cakes, sandwiches, scones with jam & cream and of course, teas and coffee.