Places to Eat in Narberth

Narberth: a foodie’s favourite

It’s no surprise that the pretty Pembrokeshire town of Narberth is twinned with the world-renowned foodie hub of Ludlow in Shropshire. Both share a deserved reputation for quirky independent shops, both boast as many delis and cafés as popular pubs, and both host buzzing, family-friendly food festivals.

But whilst Ludlow’s foodie reputation is well-advertised, Narberth’s is a better kept secret for you to discover.

Whether you have an hour to spare or a weekend free, whether you’re visiting in the middle of winter or the height of the summer season, there’s always something delicious to eat and drink in the bustling market town of Narberth.

Cottage Market

Every Friday come rain or shine, the Queen’s Hall on the High Street hosts the very popular local producers’ market between 10am and 3pm.

Everything from delicious fresh cakes and preserves to handmade decorations, knitted clothing and a range of bedding and household plants. Discover delicious curds and chutneys, natural soaps and handcrafted clothing.

Popular with locals and tourists alike, the market boasts unique flavours and some of the best produce from Pembrokeshire.  You can easily while away an hour or two chatting to the stall holders and sampling their wares.

Address:
The Queens Hall
44 High Street
Narberth
Pembrokeshire
SA67 7AS
Tel: 01834 861 212

Delectable Deli

Ultracomida

Opposite the Queen’s Hall you’ll find the delectable deli Ultracomida – which was dubbed “probably the best Spanish deli this side of the Bay of Biscay” by the Guardian.

Dine in and watch the open kitchen – or take away some of the best tapas you’ll ever taste.

Address:
Ultracomida
7 High St
Narberth
Pembrokeshire
SA67 7AR
Tel: 01834 861 491

Organic

Fforc

Further down the High Street pop into Fforc, the latest foodie addition to the Narberth scene.

Stocked chock full of organic Welsh delights, again you can enjoy a café experience with fantastic coffee – or select delectable picnic treats to take away.

Address:
Fforc
34 high Street
Narberth
Pembrokeshire
SA67 7AS
Tel: 01834 861 994

Butchers

Opposite Y Fforc are Narberth’s two independent butchers – Andrew Rees and Sons, which was recently named the Best Butcher Shop in Wales, and J O Griffiths.

How to choose between them?  Don’t – just try both!  Andrew Rees and Sons has a modern feel and boasts an impressive fish counter, whilst J O Griffiths is more traditional and stocks probably the best beef you will ever roast.

 

Address:
Andrew Rees & Sons Ltd
29 High Street
Narberth
Pembrokeshire
SA67 7AS
Tel: 01834 861 892
Address:
J O Griffiths Butchers & Sons
23 High Street
Narberth
Pembrokeshire
SA67 7AR
Tel: 01834 861 045

Greengrocers

For a fantastic selection of fresh fruit and veg then head to yet another delicatessen on Narberth’s High Street, family run Wise Buys.

Wisebuys has a variety of produce including artisan welsh cheeses, coffees, oils, sumptuous olives and Mediterranean delicacies. They also offer a range of international foods and every type of fruit and vegetable imaginable. Yum!

Address:
Wisebuys
18 High Street
Narberth
Pembrokeshire
SA67 7AR
Tel: 01834 861 880

Gin, Gelato & More!

For a delightful selection of craft beer and wine then Fire and Ice on St. James St. cannot be beaten.

It’s just around the corner from the High Street – and as well as stocking ales, spirits and wine it’s home to an incredible selection of delicious gelato and sorbets – the cider sorbet and the chocolate biscotto ripple come highly recommended.

Address:
Fire And Ice
65/66 St James Street
Narberth
Pembrokeshire
SA67 7DB
Tel: 01834 861 995

Annual Food Festival

If all that’s not enough to whet your appetite for a visit to Narberth, how about visiting its annual food festival which has just celebrated its 21st birthday.

Every year Narberth Food Festival gets bigger and better.  Held over the last weekend of September, its jam packed with food and drink stalls and hosts fun-filled activities for all ages.

Cookery demonstrations, live music, a dedicated children’s zone and hundreds of free samples of food and drink make it an absolute must visit.

Address:
Narberth Food Festival
Townmoor Car Park
Narberth
Pembrokeshire
SA67 7AG

Cafés And Restaurants

Finally, if all this talk of food and drink has made you hungry, you’re in luck as Narberth also hosts an impressive number of excellent cafes and restaurants.

Try the colourful Plum Vanilla Café for it’s healthy treats, Liz’s Bakery for it’s mouth watering cakes, Get Stuffed or Top Joe’s for pizza and pasta, The Peppercorn for steak and burgers or The Grove for fine dining.

 

Address:
Plum Vanilla
2A St James St
Narberth
Pembrokeshire
SA67 7DB
Tel: 01834 862 762
Address:
Liz’s Bakery
12 High St
Narberth
Pembrokeshire
SA67 7AR
Tel: 01834 861 039
 

Address:
Get Stuffed Pizza
8-9 Market Square
Narberth
Pembrokeshire
SA67 7AU
Tel: 01834 860 070

 

Address:
Top Joe’s
32 High St
Narberth
Pembrokeshire
SA67 7AS
Tel: 01834 218 380

 

Address:
The Peppercorn Restaurant & Grill
4 Water Street
Narberth
Pembrokeshire
SA67 7AT
Tel: 01834 861 778

 

Address:
Grove
Molleston
Narberth
Pembrokeshire
SA67 8BX
Tel: 01834 860 915

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