Join The Jamboree In Narbeth

09 Jan

I am going to try hard this year and make sure I get some positive posts up and not focus on the doom and gloom which seems to pour into our office on the food side.

I’m a little late posting this, but I visited Jamboree last Saturday after catching up with friends for coffee at Morawelon in Newport.

I’d visited Jamboree once before and as I do like Narbeth too it was a good excuse, if one was needed, to visit Jamboree again.  Jamboree is now under the ownership of Barry Chapman and it’s very easy to find on the High Street, near to Queen’s Hall. We’d had visitors staying with us last time we called in and we were playing our role as ‘tour guides’. The staff were very pleasant, friendly and helpful and the varied menu was a joy to behold and I’m pleased to report the standard there is still as high.

There’s a huge choice for breakfast including and All Day Breakfast, plus choice of soups, jackets, paninis, sandwiches, baguettes, traditional favourites, specials, chefs pies, children’s’ menu and a wonderful array of teas, coffees and the selection of homemade cakes and scones, certainly put off the diet for a little longer.

Everything at this café bistro menu is freshly produced in-house, so it is understandable that at busy times you’ll possibly have to wait, but rest assured it will be worth it. Good food is worth waiting for. Jamboree also do take-away and can cater for outside events too.

I really enjoyed my second visit there and if you’re ever in the Narbeth area do pay them a call and let me know that you enjoyed it as much as I did.


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  1. local foodie

    February 6, 2013 at 4:08 pm

    I was pleased to see this had changed hands and my goodness what a difference has been made. The menu is varied, the staff polite and helpful and the quality of food on offer is very good indeed. I think it is over three floors so plenty of space – even when the tourists arrive on masse.
    this is a fair report and I agree it is well worth a visit