JT@3 is run by chef Daniel Jones and Loss Thomas who both bring years of experience working in Michelin star restaurants in London and across the UK to little Pembrokeshire. This is a restaurant worth the travel. Clear flavours and a winning touch of invention in a newly renovated townhouse in the heart of Fishguard town with views over Lower Town’s small fishing harbour.

Modern European cuisine using local ingredients.

Vegetarian and Vegan menus available. All dietary requirements catered for.


JT@3, Main Street
SA65 9HG


01348 492185

Open Wednesday 6:30 – late
Thursday – Saturday 11-3: 6:30-late
Sunday 12-16:00

Located in a possibly Regency building right in the centre of town, JT@3 serves up a modern menu packed with regional delicacies, but getting inspiration from all over the he world. Owned by partners Daniel and Lois – Lois runs the front of house while Daniel is the chef – the restaurant consists of two spaces, the first of which looks onto the street and had stripped floors, an eclectic, modern design, and also houses the bar.

We skipped the starters, although they looked very interesting, and went straight to mains. Mrs Ex-Punk had the lobster and crab with black pasta, whole I had the pressed poem belly with black pudding. The RowBoard the sea food dish nodded towards the owners’ travels on South-East Asia, while the pork was British with a slight twist of French cuisine – the black pudding being layered with the pork. As ever, I suss out any meal I’m about to eat by clicking how any accompanying vegetables are cooked – the hem and white asparagus and tenderstem broccoli we’re perfectly cooked. Both mains dishes were full of flavour and the plates cleared with gusto.

For dessert we shared a chocolate brownie dish – beautifully presented with ice cream and raspberries – and not to sweet.

With a couple of drinks from the small but perfectly good wine list and a coffee, the bill came to £55, which was excellent considering the quality of the meal. The front of house staff were very attentive and friendly. On-street parking is in short supply in Fishguard, but there is a public car park less that 100m away, just up the road opposite the restaurant, is it free after 7pm.

"expunklondon" on TripAdvisor

“Amazing! You must eat here!

I was in town for a week with work and we (6 of us) went here for a meal….and what a good decision it was! The decor is modern with plenty of space and a modern style. The menu was relatively small but still offered plenty of choice, all of which sounded lovely.

There’s an extensive wine list and the prices are competitive. There’s plenty of other drink options too. The menu offers a few pre-starter snack options which looked and tasted great. Once our starters arrived almost everyone had food envy, always a good sign. The same happened with the mains too. Portion sizes were generous and all looked superb, clearly the chef takes serious pride in their work. At the end of the meal all of us were very happy with JT at 3 and would very happily eat here again. I cannot recommend it enough.”

Ian m via TripAdvisor

Seriously good restaurant-with a highly talented chef!

Stayed in Fishguard (at the excellent Manor Townhouse) for 2 nights and ate here on our 1st night. Loved it so much we changed our plans to eat here the following night.

The food is outstanding – really interesting menu and perfectly executed and presented by the extremely talented chef. Lovely ambience in the restaurant and very professional and friendly front of house staff. This is a seriously good restaurant – don’t miss eating here!!!!

"coreleygirl" via TripAdvisor