Warm, welcoming community space with great food.
If you have been busy rushing about getting ready for the festive season, then give yourself a treat and take some time out in one of Narberth’s very best cafes. Helen Scott, chef, and her team have built up a real following in the town and attracted the attention of many visitors too. Websites such as Tripadviser, Wales in Style, GrubBee and Restaurant guru have all praised this unique little cafe – bistro.
Dog-friendly, with exceptional teas and coffees and a reputation for delicious cakes and tasty, nutritious meals, especially the vegetarian options, Cafe Medina also hosts a diverse range of community events. To mention just a few, this is the meeting place for Narberth Death Cafe, Board Games Nights, the Action for Happiness Group, parties and plenty of open mic and live music nights.
Cafe Medina has been praised for its offbeat, home-made and varied menus, with a range of flavours and specialities – good food, service and value! In the summer, there is a sunny garden, but at this time of the year the warm decor and relaxing ambience indoors is very inviting.
At 5 Market Square, this is a great place to take a break while enjoying Narberth’s quirky range of shops and emporiums – famed for its vintage clothes, antiques and unique local goods! So much more enjoyable than shopping in a huge mall. Wales Online includes Cafe Medina in its top 21 food places in Wales…and if you want to spend longer in Narberth, there is an Air B and B boutique guestroom upstairs.