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Published January 29th 2018
Scrumptious food with great sea views
Wind chiming sailboat masts and a view of Milford Haven's waterway create the sensory backdrop to Foam, a delightful restaurant in the 19th century, Grade II listed Barrallier House. Located in Milford Haven's docks on the edge of the marina, the building was named after the French shipbuilder Louis Barrallier, who set up the naval dockyard and acted as agent in laying out the new town in the 1800s.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner (the latter Friday and Saturday only) are all served at Foam which boasts an enclosed, glass-fronted outdoor area and another, heated dining space outside, both with splendid views across the water.
Smashed avocado and egg and blueberry pancakes are only two of many breakfast options available for between £7 and £10. We went for lunch one rainy day, my partner opting for fish andchips, while I ate a delicious plate of crispy coconut king prawns in tempura batter with a chilli dip. Homemade soup, goat's cheese and beetroot tart, and a vegan bliss bowl are among the other dishes on offer for about £6 to £12.
Once you've enjoyed your meal at Foam, you can walk off the calories with a stroll around Milford Marina and its shops. Free parking is available next to the restaurant.