Bwyta Allan As recommended by our guests and in no particular order.The International Welsh Rarebit Centre, Defynnog – sounds unusual, but some amazing rarebit variations that are really tasty. Good vegetarian options and the place to go in the area whether it is for lunch or a cuppa and cake with a friend. Has a small shop for Welsh gifts and foodie goodies. The Tanners Arms, Defynnog Traditional local pub with the added bonus of really great, homemade pizza. The Ancient Briton, Penycae Very goof pub-grub, using locally sourced ingredients. Vegetarian and vegan options not a problem. The Hours cafe and bookshop, Brecon Situated in a gorgeously wonky Grade II listed building on one of Brecon’s oldest streets, there is a fine selection of carefully hand-picked books. The quirky second floor exhibits art by Welsh and Wales-based artists and houses a selection of literary gifts and used books. The charming café offers a scrumptious array of freshly prepared food including sandwiches, homemade quiches and hearty platters using local produce where possible, as well as home-made cakes and deliciously smooth fair-trade coffee. Delicious food at great prices. Llanfaes Dairy Ice-cream A real treat, so many flavours to choose from, ice-cream cakes for special occasions (or just because you can), what is not to like. The Cat Soup Kitchen , Brecon This is a small cafe in Brecon with lots of outdoor seating right on the bank of the river. A lovely situation with tasty lunches and snacks. The Dutchess Cafe, Brecon Easy to find cafe in Bethel Square serving tasty food throughout the day.