Famous for its breakfasts, this countryside cafe is in a series of 17th-century stone buildings. Dishes are tasty and creative with vegan and gluten-free options. Plus, pickup Welsh produce to sustain you on your journey.
“Deep breath. This looks amazing, doesn’t it? One of the evening specials at Cobbles Kitchen & Deli, which picked up Best Welsh Restaurant at The Food Awards Wales 2018.
This slow cooked pork belly comes with crispy black pudding, purple sprouting broccoli and apple sauce.”
“Cobbles is the ideal place to stop off for something to eat if you’re on your way down to Ogmore beach for a breath of fresh air.
They’re known for their great brunches, Welsh tapas, Sunday roasts and chef takeovers.
Top dishes include a hashstack (above), Ploughman’s slab and their Welsh tapas includes choices such as aubergine fries with Brecon honey and jalapeno jam, Welsh lamb and chilli meatballs and prawns and cockles in red wine and chorizo.”