Cafe at No. 4

Eating Out in Carmarthenshire

Cafe at No. 4

Located in one of the oldest and most historic towns in Wales, Carmarthen. Hidden away lies the small and modest boutique restaurant Café at No 4. Starting life as a quiet Cafe, has now evolved into a bustling exclusive restaurant. Since 2013, Andrew Luck & David Jenkins have continuously poured in their hearts and determination into creating an establishment that is constantly growing. They have created a new and exciting addition to Carmarthen’s constantly growing dining scene. Café at No 4 also host a Taster Menu evening on the last Wednesday of each month offering an insight into new and exciting dishes coming from the kitchen. Cafe at No4 is open from 18.00hrs on Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays. We are proud to be one of few venues chosen to be in Western Mail/Wales Online’s latest article of their trip around our county of Carmarthenshire.

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4 Queen Street, ,
Carmarthen, , Carmarthenshire, SA31 1JR

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