As a Coeliac and requiring a Gluten Free diet, I asked Phil Grice (Carmarthen 2017) for his advice on where to dine in Carmarthen. I feel that his response deserves credit for encouraging visitors to the town and I am very tempted by his last line …
“Most restaurants in Carmarthen do gluten free.
The best probably is Cafe at Number 4, but as it has a Michelin type top chef and is mostly booked up, you need to book early. It’s quite interesting as it doesn’t serve alcohol but one is allowed to bring in unlimited supplies of wine, with no corkage charge. So people get a couple of £5 bottles of wine and a Prosecco from the co-op in King Street. All meals cost £25.
The brilliant Italian Florentinos also does gluten free, but it’s always full so you need to book early. It has an Italian chef and comes highly recommended.
The two Diablos do gluten free, Diablos on the Quay is a pleasant stroll from the town down to the river, the Diablos in town is a bit rock and rolly.
The Waverly in Lammas street is perhaps the most famous all round vegan veggie and gluten free in Carmarthen.
Even the top class Indian Restaurant in King Street “Ginger” has gluten free options, again you may need to book.
Now you will have to stay a week to try them all out!”