24th October 2018 by

Posted in Pembrokeshire

A beginner’s guide to Narberth.

What to do in Narberth?

Narberth is without a doubt one of South Pembrokeshire’s jewels. A small creative town with a community buzz, it is a reliable favourite for locals. Narberth is probably best known for its foodie status and gorgeous shops filled with not-on-the-high-street items, antiques and local craft. It is THE place to head to for a ‘wander around’ any time of year. Narberth is a real creative hub and is proud to show off its colours with local artists, musicians and producers all flocking here to set up shop.

The Queens Hall hosts a broad range of events including the renowned SPAN arts comedy nights, great live music, theatrical productions, local markets and it also acts as an exhibition space. It’s definitely worth checking out whats on when you visit as events do sell out.

If you find yourself caught in the rain it’s hard to go wrong in Narberth, as any shop you stumble into is likely to be full of beautiful and unusual things. Be sure to check out the Golden Sheaf Narberth for gifts, The Malthouse Antiquesfor sprawling floors of antiques and trinkets and Fire & Ice for locally made booze, choccies and ice cream.

Narberth is a food lovers dream. There are so many amazing places to eat, nestled in and tucked away in the small town. From modern Spanish tapas, to authentic Kurdish dishes, top class pizza to nourishing veggie delights, your biggest problem is finding room for it all. Here’s a quick rundown of our favourites if you’re grabbing a bite in the historical town.

Tooj:
Tooj is a Kurdish cafe owned by brothers Orhan and Emrah serving delicious traditional, homemade Kurdish dishes. Tucked away just before the high street, the interior of Tooj is adorned with traditional fabrics and cushions. With communal dining and authentic music, it’s a real dining experience.

Ultracomdia:
Probably at the top of most locals’ list for something a little special, Ultracomida is a deli at the front, hiding a small Tapas day-bar through the back. Serving top quality tapas in a communal dining format, everything is made in-house with plenty of veggie options and a reliably good wine menu. On busy days you can expect to wait to get a spot at a table, but we assure you it’s worth it.

PlumVanilla Cafe:
A health-foodie haven, Plum Vanilla serves good, nourishing food with influences from around the world. It also has an outstanding vegetarian menu and they do takeaway lunches too! Trust us when we say, you need to leave room for desert.

We can’t fit all the great food in Narberth into one blog post, so be sure to check out these guys too; Top Joes Pizza, The Dragon for Sunday Lunch, Liz’s Bakery for traditional fry ups and custard slices and The Peppercorn for an evening meal.

Inspired by Narberth’s creativity? Sit and relax with a coffee whilst painting your own pottery at the Creative Cafe. The ultimate Narberth cuppa.