Local food from Deli Tinto
Food & Drink
There's plenty on offer on Presteigne High Street to satisfy most tastes, whether you're shopping for ingredients, looking for a takeaway, or a place to eat out. You'll find top quality and varied produce at The Salty Dog greengrocers/fishmongers, Carini’s butchers shop and Deli-Tinto. Presteigne Farmers Market is held on the first Saturday of each month. Spar and Premier Stores offer a good range of groceries and both open daily, early morning to late evening.
Fancy a takeaway, then back to The Shack to dine under the stars? There's perfect pizza from Daphne’s, generous portions of fish and chips from the Victoria Fish Bar and Chinese fayre from The Cabin.
Eating out in Town
Daphne’s - charred thin-crust pizzas, home-made cider and perry, weekend buzz.
Crocketts - creative tapas-style dishes from around the world plus Sunday brunch.
Wild Thyme - Italian cucina in a rustic-modern setting.
For a simple tea or coffee there are several choices on The High Street; all are good though The Workhouse Gallery and Wild Thyme are our favourites.
Just a drink
There are three pubs in Presteigne (we particularly like the Dukes Arms - note, cash only) plus the black-and-white landmark 400-year old Radnorshire Arms Hotel with an attractive beer garden (carvery Sunday lunch and Wednesday early evening).
Eating out further afield (distance by car)
The Stagg Inn, Titley (10 mins). Ask us for details.
The Harp Inn, Old Radnor (15 mins) Guests say great for Sunday lunch, food variable at other times.
The Riverside Inn, Aymestry (20 mins). Highly recommended.
The Lion at Leintwardine (20 mins). Beautiful riverside setting, food OK (try also The Sun at Leintwardine, a two-minute walk away, for a drink)
The Cider Barn, near Pembridge (20 mins) Highly recommended.