Restaurants and Takeaways

There’s something for everyone


Although only a small village, Ferryside has a choice of fabulous places to eat.

The Three Rivers Hotel serves a Sunday carvery. From juicy steaks to daily chef’s specials… the portions are huge! They have limited availability on other days for non-residents, phone to check on 01267 267270

The White Lion pub serves light-bites and snacks on a Monday and Tuesday evening, with daily specials. They regularly have live music at the weekend, check out their Facebook page for details or call them on 01267 267214

Kidwelly & Nearby

It’s only a three-mile trip ‘over the hill’ to Kidwelly. 

Parc y Bocs is delightfully set amid pretty gardens, a play park and petting zoo, including alpacas! Locally sourced food offers delicious lunches for all tastes, including vegetarian and vegan. There is regular live entertainment on Sunday mornings. There is a farm shop and free parking.

The Anthony’s Hotel serves traditional pub food with weekly specials. Excellent value. Tel. 01554 890 740. (closed Mondays)

The Taj Mahal is a traditional Indian takeaway, and deliveries are available to Ferryside Tel. 01554 890 351.

Naz Rasoi Indian Restaurant and Takeaway is in nearby Pembrey. They offer delivery to Ferryside for a small charge. Tel. 01554 891083

Savo’s Pizza serves pizza, kebab and more. Order by phone or online; deliveries are available. Tel. 01554 890 096.

The Golden Dragon Chinese takeaway has a wide menu of class for collection. They are not offering delivery at the moment. Tel. 01554 891 092.

Llandyfaelog is also just 3 miles away where you will find The Red Lion pub and restaurant, just across the main road to Carmarthen. Locals regularly eat there for the consistent quality of food and beer and the friendly atmosphere. Tel. 01267 267530. (closed Mondays)


Florentino’s is a charming, authentic Italian restaurant, serving everything from seafood pasta to juicy steak. Indoor and outdoor dining. Tel. 01267 232 8282.

Specialising in steak, Dexter’s is set on the Towy estuary. Choose your cut, size and have it cooked to your liking… what more could you ask for? Tel. 01267 223 000.

The Warren is a multi-award-winning, family-run, sustainably driven café and restaurant, powered by 100% renewable energy. Seasonal, local, organic, delicious and wholesome food. Tel. 01267 236 079.

Widely regarded as the best Indian Restaurant in Carmarthen, Cinnamon has a wider range of regional dishes than average, as well as all the old favourites. Takeaway or eat in. Tel. 01267 220211.

For quick and easy pub fare, the Caraway is a Marston’s Inn located in Myrtle Hill, Pensarn (SA31 2NG), just a 15 minute drive from Calon y Fferi. 01267 243303 You will also find Domino’s Pizza, KFC and McDonalds there. All are open 7 days a week. Delivery is not available to Ferryside


The New Bryngwyn is a modern brasserie specialising in steak and seafood. Tel. 01554 741 117.

Boleyn’s Bistro is a hidden gem in the town. Small and quirky with a warm welcome, it serves tapas-style food and is happy to cater for vegetarians. Tel. 07711 358090.

Don’t judge a book by the cover… Llanelli’s most popular Indian restaurant Ali Raj Brasserie serves quality Indian cuisine and all-you-can-eat-buffet-style meals on a Sunday. Wheelchair-accessible entrance. Also serves takeaway. Tel. 01554 777 727.

Further Afield

For diners prepared to travel that little bit further (13 miles from Ferryside: SA32 7LH), Y Polyn is small, is family owned and has been voted one of Wales’ top-ten restaurants. It’s all about the food, which is made on the premises. With a very relaxed atmosphere, it’s friendly and informal. Tel. 01267 290 000.

The Butchers Arms in Llanddarog (14 miles from Ferryside: SA32 8NS) offers a fantastic choice of high-quality traditional pub fare alongside a selection of vegetarian options. Just by the National Botanic Gardens of Wales, it’s the perfect place to stop for a bite after a day out. Tel. 01267 275330.