The dulse Story

Blue oceans and sunset skies…

Inspired by the fresh seafood, drifting seaweed and sparkling tides of his Pembrokeshire childhood, Executive Head Chef Simon Crockford is the heart and soul behind dulse.

An edible variety of seaweed that grows abundantly around the coast of Pembrokeshire, dulse is bursting with ‘umami’ flavour and can be eaten raw or dried, making it a versatile ingredient for our menu, as well as providing the inspiration for our restaurant’s unique name.

Serving up pure freshness from the Pembrokeshire coast and countryside, and championing the highest quality local produce with a Pembrokeshire Produce Mark, this vibrant must-try destination aims to create memorable dining experiences that emulate the coastal sights, sounds and sensations of this beautiful part of the world.

Dulse is awarded ‘The Place to Eat’ at the Visit Pembrokeshire Croeso Awards.

Opening Times


Monday – Friday
6.30am – 10.30am

Saturday & Sunday
7am – 10.30am


Monday – Sunday
12.30pm – 3pm

Afternoon Tea

Monday – Saturday
12.30pm – 3pm


Monday – Sunday
6pm – 11pm
(last reservation 9.30pm)


Breakfast 6.30am – 10.30am
Light Dining 12pm – 6pm
Evening Bar Menu 6pm – 9pm (Sunday – Thursday)
Drinks 8.30am – 11pm (open until midnight Friday & Saturday)


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Looking to book a table for 9 or more diners? Please request a reservation here

Dulse is awarded ‘The Place to Eat’ at the Visit Pembrokeshire Croeso Awards.

Dulse is voted one of the most notable restaurants in the UK, compiled by reviews via Harden’s.

The Dulse Bar

If you are looking for a post-work catch-up with colleagues and friends, or simply looking for a relaxed location to grab something delicious and a quick bite to eat, then look no further than The Dulse Bar. Serving a range of light dining options and a full bar, you are sure to find something for you.