Cwtch’s new owners really excel front-of-house, offering a genuine welcome and smooth service. The setting retains the same rustic charm as before, with whitewashed stonework, exposed beams and shelves crammed with food books. The kitchen keeps things local and regional in dishes that are accurately cooked, if a bit timid flavour-wise. Courgette, pea and fennel soup with a Parmesan tuile, fillet of sewin with red pepper and butter-bean sauce and aioli, and bara brith sticky toffee pudding are typical offerings. The wine list opens at £19.