What dish symbolises St David's Day better than Welsh cakes?

The traditional recipe including currants is preferred by some, but a café in Ammanford is now offering new flavours which are guaranteed to tickle the taste buds.

S4C magazine show Heno were invited along to watch how the staff and volunteers at iSmooth Community Café make their unique Welsh cakes which includes nine different flavours such as chocolate orange, coconut, gluten free and cherry and amaretto - not forgetting savoury.

iSmooth founder Erika Walker said: “We were approached by S4C after they sampled our Welsh cakes at the Ammanford Town of Culture launch in January.

“We were contacted recently to see if we were interested in featuring in the show and we agreed.

“The Welsh cakes will be available to purchase throughout the year.”

iSmooth has gone from strength to strength since opening in May 2010.

The focus on fresh food and excellent service is a hit in the historical town.

The café, which is situated in College Street, is designed with simple, modern comfort in mind and provides a relaxing environment to eat and chat.

Speaking about her visit to iSmooth Café last week, S4C presenter Yvonne Evans told The Guardian: “I am delighted to be filming at iSmooth Café.

“It’s not just a place that one can socialise and enjoy a bite to eat, but a place that values every citizen with a learning disability.

“This is what respect, equality and social inclusion is all about.

“Erica Walker, the founder of iSmooth is an unsung heroine.

“We are celebrating this fantastic enterprise in Ammanford and looking forward to eating the amazing Welsh cakes.”

The programme is available to view on catch up on BBC i-player by searching Heno.